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Internet criminals are going to have a field day

Internet criminals must be rubbing their hands in glee. Not only does the British Government lose the bank account details of 10 million families, but now it seems they are making the local bobby the person who should investigate Internet crime....

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5th December 2007
Blogging

Blogging prediction was almost true

Back in January I suggested that the blogging company Six Apart was going to be sold. A representative of the company soon contacted me and told me that I shouldn't read too much in the reports I'd read and added a comment to my blog entry....

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4th December 2007
Future

Oh dear – Britain is going to lag behind online

Experts frequently fail to get things right. History is littered with so-called experts who predicted things totally incorrectly. The boss of IBM famously said there would only ever be a need for a handful of computers. Ha..! So, why should we...

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3rd December 2007
Email
Forget email – it’s old hat

Forget email – it’s old hat

Old people - that is those aged over 19 - use email frequently. But teenagers hardly every use it; instead they are into instant messaging, big time. Although there is a marginal increase in email usage amongst teenagers, the vast majority still...

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3rd December 2007
Social

Social networking has “made it”

You know when you have "made it" when you are front page news - particularly if that front page belongs to the Wall Street Journal. Facebook is the subject of a major article on the front of the Wall Street Journal, arguing that perhaps we can let...

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29th November 2007
General

CNN, YouTube and the American People

I am sitting in my hotel room in the USA watching a fascinating CNN program which is a "debate" between the Republican leadership hopefuls. What is interesting is not what they are saying - usual political flim-flam that doesn't really answer the...

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29th November 2007
General

Internet marketing gets even more mobile

A lucky 500 Londoners have started taking part in a trial using Nokia phones to pay for tube journeys. Essentially, the phones use similar technology to the widespread "Oyster card" that many people in London use to pay their underground...

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28th November 2007
Blogging

Blogging can help your soul

Still, in spite of being around for ten years, people dismiss blogging as futile, unecessary or in some way "amateur". Far from it - some of the most successful web sites in the world are based on blog technology. Amazon, the BBC and Facebook are...

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27th November 2007

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How to use Twitter in your business

Twitter is a "micro-blogging" service that allows you to make posts of no more than 140 characters (including spaces)....

12th January 2009

Blogging and personal branding

The first known ‘blog’ appeared on the web in December 1997. A year later, at the end of 1998, there were only 23 web...

11th January 2009

Recent Media Appearances

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