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    Online Advertising fails to deliver; but there is a stunning new approach

    Saturday, May 19th, 2012

    How can large companies access and benefit from the online advertising? The problem with online advertising is we are still using advertising methods from the last century. Facebook, Google, Amazon will all need this new method to survive in the future. Users have moved on, so must You! Read more…

    The Next Step Beyond Social Networking?

    Friday, October 8th, 2010

    The Next Step Beyond Social Networking? “We believe, every person has at least one idea, story, thought or dream that could change the world… “

    HTML 5 here we go! Google Releases Open WebM Codec

    Saturday, May 22nd, 2010

    The dispute between Google, Apple and Adobe took a new and perhaps final turn today. All the major Browsers for web and mobile are supporting the new open license WebM video codec… that is, so far, except Apple!

    Architects Rock the Virtual Worlds?

    Sunday, December 6th, 2009

    Virtual worlds have begun to move away from the games industry and are firmly planting roots in Architectural design, Education and even scientific visualisation. The launch of AniGlobe consultants and AniSphere hosting last month saw the virtual world move into the professional arena providing consultants and servers for establishing your own tailor made virtual world simulator. These amazing simulators [...]

    The New Newspaper of the Future

    Wednesday, June 17th, 2009

    So, the newspaper industry is dying. The owners are squealing, the advertisers are fleeing the sinking fleet streets and the journo’s are cowering discreetly behind their pc screens wondering who is going to pay them a living. All the while piles of old growth carbon laced newsprint is composting faster than the leaves in a forest.

    Google Woes and SEO flatulance…

    Friday, June 12th, 2009

    Google Woes and SEO flatulance…

    SEO’s are the modern day used car salesmen, and we know what’s happened to that market! I have pages that have no keywords or even a description that rank higher than perfectly sculpted w2.0 pages. I have pages that have excellent content and no ads that rank lower than pages with high ad content.

    Flu Symptoms List – Check your health

    Monday, April 27th, 2009

    Flu Symptoms – Check your health The recent swine Flu virus usually takes 5 to 7 days to incubate. You are highly infectious during that time and when you are sick. Watchout for these symptoms and see a doctor if you have more than two or 3 of them.

    Web driving a new economy

    Monday, April 13th, 2009

    The Web drives the new economy, will you make money on the net? If anyone doubted it before, the crash in the traditional economy has opened the door for the web to complete its takeover of how we all earn a living. Manufacturing has moved to the 3rd world and the 1st word is left to sweep up the pieces. Growing numbers of people are turning to the web to look for new income sources.

    Google machine killing the news?

    Wednesday, April 8th, 2009

    The Google machine continues to devour the internet landscape in the name of? That’s the question. Who knows what Googles real motives are and actually I doubt they do either.

    Global Warming Meets Global Meltdown

    Tuesday, April 7th, 2009

    Is the economy more important than the environment? Seem like an obvious question? Well that’s where we are now and the answers are not so easy.

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