Yesterday at the Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) in San Francisco, Apple released details and demonstrations of iOS 5, their latest version of the the operating system powering 200 million mobile devices including iPads, iPhones and the iPod Touch. Apple have introduced hundreds of new features for users and it seems hundreds ( if not thousands) more for [...]
To many of us, the company blog seems to have taken a bit of a back seat in recent times in favour of the currently more ‘trendy’ forms of social media such as social networking or micro-blogging. True. The blog may lack the cosy familiarity of Facebook or the soundbite immediacy of Twitter, but it still remains an component of social media that can drive quality traffic to your website as well as the previously mentioned social media channels.
You probably all know by now that Craig Killick left the Escape at the end of December 2009. We like to keep in touch and noticed that he’s volunteered himself (yet again) to cycle from Paris to London in July 2010 on behalf of Action Medical Research. His aim is to raise £1500 for Action [...]
The Internet is still growing at a jaw-dropping pace. The number of published websites have increased massively in the last decade with conservative estimates now putting the figure well in excess of 200,000,000 (200m) sites. For a commercial organisation, this will almost certainly mean increased competition. So today, a web presence alone may not be [...]
Being an openly self-obsessed female in today’s generation, I recently booked myself into a boudoir photography photoshoot with www.fyeoportraits.com. I came away with a rosy glow but at a loss as to what I could possibly do with the naked/semi naked photos of myself? “I have to do something with them” I told myself, “I [...]