Monthly Archives: May 2011

Cookies – an EU and ICO Directive

As you know we use Statcounter to track visitors to your website.  When someone visits your website a “Cookie” is placed in their computer, assuming they haven’t got cookies turned off in their browser. A “Cookie” is a small piece … Continue reading

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Church ladies with keyboards

They’re back! Those wonderful “Church Bulletins”! Thank God for the church ladies who write them. These sentences (with all the BLOOPERS intact) actually appeared in church bulletins or were announced during church services:- The Fasting & Prayer Conference includes meals. … Continue reading

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Internet Explorer 9

Microsoft has released Internet Explorer 9 and it’s available through Windows update. This is the first release of Internet Explorer which comes anywhere close to conforming to web standards; something that Firefox, Opera, and Chrome managed from conception. We recommend … Continue reading

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