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What Twitter is(n’t)…

I’ve been looking around Twitter, seeing who’s in there, who’s saying some interesting stuff. If you’re a Twitter user, then you’ll see a question just above the spot where you type in your message, which says: “What are you doing?” What I’ve seen a lot of sort of makes me wonder if people are keeping […]

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Flock, Firefox social web clash?

Sometimes, just sometimes, my timing is impeccable. While other times, my timing is a strange potent of something that’s to come. Call it fate, call it Kismet, call it what you will, but me moving from Flock to Firefox could have a been a shrewd move: “What set Flock apart from it’s elder sibling Firefox […]

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Wayne’s weekly wrap-up: where to find me…

By way of some self-indulgent, self-promotional content-free posting this Sunday, here’s a list of all of the places you can expect to find me skulking & lurking on that interweb thing I keep hearing a lot about. StumbleUpon Pownce Twitter del.icio.us Last.fm Flickr Clipmarks Ecademy LinkedIn Technorati MyBlogLog Digg Ma.gnolia 43 Things Explode! Flagr Also, […]

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BBC iPlayer to take on iTunes?

Hot on the heals of me bitchin’ about the Beeb (that’s a familiar term for the BBC, by the way) more news emerges on the BBC’s intentions of releasing an iTunes competitor. “The commercial arm of the BBC said its iPlayer will give British Web surfers a seven-day online opportunity to view BBC shows they […]

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Broadband in Britain getting better

The internet being what it is, people use it for very different things. If you work from home like I did until recently, then your needs might be different to those who are ensconced in an office cubical eight hours a day. Here in Britain, broadband connections are speeding up: “Broadband is getting faster in […]