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Malware still Thriving on Facebook

16th June, 2013 by in Articles

The battle between White Hats and cyber crime is far from over – and things are not looking terribly well for the White Hats. This is clearly shown by a Trojan horse known as Zeus. Now in its sixth year, Zeus is a programme cheerfully continuing to drain users’ bank...

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The Basics of Adobe’s Creative Cloud

13th June, 2013 by in Articles

At the beginning of May 2013, Adobe announced that there will be no more new versions of the company’s Creative Suite desktop software. The new offering will be Creative Cloud, a cloud platform available to users on a subscription basis. Here is what Web designers and marketers need to know...

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Brief Guide to Blogging Etiquette

10th June, 2013 by in Articles

Blogging is a wonderful way to share content with potentially huge audiences and meet a lot of like-minded, great-to-know people in the process. But – as with everything else – every rose has its thorn, and sometimes those thorns can create quite a bit of ‘blogging drama’. The following ‘rules’...

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Spam, Swindles and other Search Result ‘Nasties’

7th June, 2013 by in Articles

For most Internet users, journeys across the Web start with searches. Sadly, this fact is with alarming frequency exploited by shady individuals using link exchanges, excessive keyword use and other techniques of manipulation to push their devious content high up within search engine results. While all major search engines –...

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TextWrangler by Bare Bones Software

29th May, 2013 by in Articles

Described as a powerfully useful tool and a good ‘citizen’ for Mac OS, TextWrangler is a general purpose and programming text editor, manipulator and transformer that is valuable as a Unix/ Server administrator tool. Developed in best bare Bones Software tradition, the software offers ease of use, high performance and...

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FuseAp by C7 Data Centres

26th May, 2013 by in Articles

One of the companies standing out the most when considering cloud services and colocation is C7 Data Centres. This company, a leader in the provision of disaster-safe Iaas (Infrastructure as a Service) and colocation services for small to medium sized businesses, recently announced FuseAp, a new virtual colocation service generation....

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Successfully Disappearing of the Internet

23rd May, 2013 by in Articles

There may come a time when you decide that you want to disappear from the Internet for whatever reason. Considering the Internet’s long, winding ‘paper-trail’, this can prove to be somewhat tricky. Your name will in some way, shape or form be present on social media networks, Goggle search archives,...

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Pubble, a Tool Adding Real-Time Q&A Sections to Websites

20th May, 2013 by in Articles

An interesting new free tool that may well revolutionise FAQ sections on Websites around the world recently emerged. Going by the rather ‘Flintstone’-like name of Pubble, this tool offers a simple way of adding real-time areas for questions and answers onto Websites. A great idea for teachers needing to have...

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Web Design Trends to consider in 2013

16th May, 2013 by in Articles

With new technology popping up here, there and everywhere on a daily basis, it can be hard to keep on top of the latest trends. Here are some of the trends Web designers should definitely bear in mind when creating new sites/ updating older sites this year. Browsing via Apps...

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Confused Internet Users unwittingly commit Online Piracy

13th May, 2013 by in Articles

Results of a recent independent survey – commissioned by law firm Wiggin – questioning 2,500 participants about up/ downloading commercially produced media (music, videos, etc) on the Internet revealed that many Internet users are well and truly confused as to what actually constitutes an illegal download – and are subsequently...

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