Monthly Archives: July 2009


Dumping customers is the best way of getting noticed!

By |July 28th, 2009|

Seems odd doesn’t it? We almost get into the habit of companies chasing us for our business. We become so accustomed to receiving communications from companies, even if we did […]

Using WebEX, in Mozilla Firefox on Ubuntu 9.04

By |July 28th, 2009|

We regularly use WebEX within our organisation – and whilst I mostly work under Windows; sometime it would be great to have the other PC on my desk (using Ubuntu […]

Tips for keeping you and your family safe on Facebook

By |July 27th, 2009|

Facebook has more than 250 million users – with the fastest demographic being over 35 years old. Everyone has on average 120 friends, more than1 billon photos are uploaded to […]

Are personalised videos still missing a trick?

By |July 23rd, 2009|

Whilst on the lookout for new examples of personalised communications I recently came across a few new personalised viral video campaigns. One was for JP Moneybags ( rfname=Dave&rlname=baldaro) and another for  […]

Is Google Chrome a real threat to Microsoft?

By |July 8th, 2009|

The battles between Google and Microsoft – after the last bouts of Google vs. Bing and Chrome vs. IE where next?

Well it seems that Google has just announced Google Chrome […]

Twitter slammed as the dumbest idea

By |July 7th, 2009|

This is an interesting story. On July 03, 2009 the Times Business, Money Cenrtal folks published a list of the 10 dumbest ideas. Surprisingly Twitter was at the top.

Twitter […]