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    Dreamhost Promo Code

    Dreamhost is a popular web hosting company that has some really nice features and generous bandwidth and disk space. I use dreamhost for hosting the majority of my websites. Dreamhost has sent me five promo codes to hand out: 426348986526 375991370848 568536138246 220211612243 135022716943 Just enter them on the sign up page. Using them will […] More

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    Direct Link to Radio 1 “Listen Live” Online Stream

    For those of you that listen to Radio 1 over the internet, this might come in handy: http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio1/wm_asx/aod/radio1.asx (low quality) http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio/listen/live/r1.asx (high quality) It is the direct link to the online stream, so you can paste this into an application like Winamp, VLC or whatever you use instead of having to keep a browser window […] More

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    Wordbook Application for Facebook and WordPress

    I have just added Wordbook to this blog and my Facebook account, which means every time I post here it will be added to my status in Facebook. Great little plugin, the WordPress community always comes up with the goods. More

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    Money Saving Expert falls victim to DDOS attack

    Popular money website Money Saving Expert fell victim to a DDOS attrack causing problems for three days. The attack coincided with a big TV campaign detailing how to reclaim unlawful bank charges, and meant that the campaign didn’t reach its potential. I love this website, it really is fantastic. There is such a wealth of […] More

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    Caught Entering an Adult Shop by Google Maps

    So Google have started adding “360 streetside views” to the popular Google Maps service, allowing you to see exactly what the street looks like. And all kinds of other stuff… Unfortunately this poor guy got caught entering an adult shop… (this image may well dissapear from Google Maps soon). And is this guy breaking into […] More

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    This Connected World

    It is quite amazing really that in todays technology driven world it is quite possible that anyone can know where you are at any time. Some people are actually quite willing to give this information up, for example the EnGraph developers are located all over the world and have a website showing their location at […] More

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    Its Friday, Internet World 2007, Caption Star Update

    Its Friday and this week has been quite short for me. I was down in London for the Internet World 2007 conference on Monday and Tuesday, which meant only three days here in my office. The conference was good although I was dissapointed a bit by the o2 key note – it was more of […] More

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    New Project – Caption Star

    I have just launched a new project, Caption Star. The idea is to let people post captions to Celebrity Pictures and every two weeks announce a winner, who will get $50. The site is more of a bit of fun than a serious venture, but I suspect with the cash incentive and the subject matter […] More

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    Monkey Sphere

    This is an old article, but a great one and worth mentioning. I came across it again after first reading a couple of years ago.. It is basically a light hearted look at how people become less important to you the “further away” they are from you, or rather the further away from your Monkey […] More

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    Dreamhosts Web Hosting and Voucher Code

    I have been experimenting with using Dreamhosts on a client project and so far it is very good. I have always used a UK based hosting company due to the potential search engine benefits (i.e. Google will recognise the server as UK and list the site better on google.co.uk) but now I am starting to […] More

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    Stumbleupon Spam Update

    Just to follow up on Stumbleupon raiding my GMail account… They did get back to me after three emails and sorted out the problem. The tool was still being experimented with and they have since changed the interface, for the better. Regardless I warn you again, be careful where you enter your GMail account details… More

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