Monthly Archives: January 2011

  1. A Winning Picture

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    Friday, 28th January 2011 by Simon Hilliard

    Having posted about the 20 Things That Happened on the Internet in 2010 image, I was delighted to find I’m …
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  2. Much ado about iPad apps

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    Thursday, 27th January 2011 by Simon Hilliard

    Having wondered last week why The Guardian is still lacking a fully fledged, gung-ho iPad app, some light has been …
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  3. 20 things that happened on the Internet in 2010: a puzzle

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    Thursday, 27th January 2011 by Simon Hilliard

    20 things that happened on the Internet in 2010: a puzzle Do you want something to absolutely bake your brain …
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  4. The Trouble with Twitter: From Oxford Street to Parliament Square

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    Monday, 24th January 2011 by Simon Hilliard

    There’s been some rumblings on Twitter this week. Not that there’s often a week that goes by without a Twitter …
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  5. Why won’t The Guardian invest in its own iPhone app?

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    Monday, 24th January 2011 by Simon Hilliard

    The Guardian has a new app out for iPhone and iPod Touch, following the original release in December 2009. The …
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  6. What Jobs’ medical leave means for everyone other than Apple

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    Tuesday, 18th January 2011 by Simon Hilliard

    Anyone who has more than a passing familiarly with my pasty British face will know I’m not Apple’s biggest fan. …
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  7. Jobs, Murdoch, The Daily and Fawlty Towers

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    Monday, 17th January 2011 by Simon Hilliard

    This weekend must be a welcome respite for anyone involved in the development of The Daily, the new iPad only …
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  8. BETT on your users

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    Friday, 14th January 2011 by Simon Hilliard

    This week I enjoyed the privilege of attending the BETT show, and spent some time with the team from TechSmith. …
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  9. SEO, PR and Headlines

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    Monday, 10th January 2011 by Simon Hilliard

    SEO (Search Engine Optimisation), it’s important. PRs have this fact drummed into them on a regularly basis nowadays, like an …
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