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Youtube to broadcast Live content

April 11, 2011 |

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YouTube is going live. After a number of successful streams, such as Arcade Fire’s Madison Square Garden concert and an interview with President Obama, the web video platform is rolling out its live-streaming tools to a select group of video partners. Head over to YouTube’s Live events page and you can check out a small array of live-streaming shows such […]

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Increase the performace of your website

April 06, 2011 |

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Yesterday Google announced Page Speed Online, which provides a quick and easy way to accurately measure the speed of your website directly from the web. Previously available only as a browser add-on, Google Labs launch allows you to analyze your site from anywhere and receive instant feedback on making it faster. Chances are, your website could perform better—all of ours […]

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Evolving Web: Week 3 – Kampyle

April 04, 2011 |

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Collect Feedback with Kampyle Your visitors might love your site. There might even be a few that don’t (you can’t please everybody). But it’s always useful to know where they think you’re getting right or wrong. So why not ask them for their feedback? Kampyle is a mini application that can be tailored to ask specific questions to the visitor. […]

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Most Disliked Videos on Youtube; Info-graphic

April 04, 2011 | Heddwyn Coombs

Most disliked videos on YouTube

via: Flowing Data

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Vidque; Create Video Playlists & Personal Channels

April 04, 2011 | Heddwyn Coombs

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With the presence of so many video sharing sites such as Youtube, Vimeo, and TED, Vidque is a great place to bookmark and share your video collections with others. It also allows you to search within categories which makes finding videos a whole lot easier, and saves searching multiple websites. The sites main unique feature is the ability to create […]

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Microsoft Files Complaint Over Google Dominance of Search Market in Europe

April 02, 2011 |

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Microsoft Corp. (MSFT)’s antitrust complaint against Google Inc. (GOOG) may expand an existing European Union probe beyond Internet searches to online video and mobile phones. Google bars rivals from search boxes on web sites, hinders advertisers from transferring campaign data between search ad platforms and blocks phones running Microsoft’s operating system from working properly with YouTube, Redmond, Washington-based Microsoft said […]

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BBC’s ‘Radioplayer’ goes live

April 01, 2011 |

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Radioplayer, the partnership between the BBC’s radio department and commercial radio organisations, is now live on the web. The player offers both online radio listening and the ability to search for content across a number of different radio stations — both BBC-run and commercial. You can bookmark any favourite stations, to allow easy access to them later. Dave Price, the […]

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Checkout by Amazon

March 30, 2011 |

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UK online shoppers now have the ability to checkout their purchases from third-party retailer sites using their Amazon customer credentials. So you can forget about entering your address and card details over and over again. What’s more: Checkout by Amazon (CBA) has been launched today. Amazon describe this influential move as ‘a drive to make it easier for its customers […]

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Inline form validation

March 29, 2011 |

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Week two of our evolving web series. Online forms have annoyed everybody at some point – especially the ones that demand you fill it all in again because you made a slight error on the previous attempt. Wouldn’t it be more helpful if it pointed out errors while you were completing it? Well, that’s what Inline Validation does. We help […]

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Whimventory – Create and Share Wish Lists from your Favourite Online Shopping Websites

March 22, 2011 | Heddwyn Coombs

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Whimventory allows you to create wishlists while you shop online. Using a bookmarklet you add to your web browser, you can add new items to different lists without leaving the site you’re shopping from. Once you have a list, you can sort, filter, and edit the items in it. You can also share lists with others, or keep them private. […]

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iWeb goes Mobile

March 22, 2011 |

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iWeb has released a minified version of its website especially for mobile devices. The mobile site features directions to both our Stafford and London offices and easy access to our extensive portfolio.  Want to learn more about what a mobile website or mobile E-Commerce can do for your business get in touch. Feeling curious? iWeb have developed various other mobile […]

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Acerax choose iWeb to develop their internet presence

March 22, 2011 |

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Acerax is a UK based business which seeks to provide turnkey solutions to warehouse, factory or office environments who require warehouse storage equipment, raised floors, partitioning, materials handling etc…  Their original website only described their business operations and did not allow Acerax to trade online.  iWeb have introduced a new bespoke look and feel to the website including a e-commerce […]

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