Monthly Archives: January 2011

WordPress is dangerous!

Whilst we use WordPress for our Blog (WordPress was designed for Blogging) we would never, ever use it for a professional website; not just because it’s a CMS but because of the way it’s built. See “Why we don’t think … Continue reading

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Computer Gravestone

A man in China who loved computers died at the age of 26 while emailing his friends. So his family had a headstone carved for him in the shape of a desktop computer, with the monitor displaying his dates of … Continue reading

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New ICO Threatens “Fierce Approach”

Christopher Graham, Britain’s new Information Commissioner, has pledged to prosecute public officials who fail to comply with openness laws. In his first newspaper interview Mr Graham told The Sunday Telegraph: “Shining the spotlight of publicity across a public service is … Continue reading

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