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Time/Tiny Computers go bust

The BBC has just announced that the Time Group, manufacturers of the Tiny and Time computer systems has gone into administration. Many customers have yet to receive goods that were paid for. Staff have not received their wages at the 80 shops … [Read more]

ComScore release new search engine usage figures

comScore's Media Medrix service has released new figures on search engine usage. Google is still dominating the search engine market, with record traffic for this quarter. Infomation Week carries the story, reporting that, "Google ended … [Read more]

Useful Web Developer Cheat Sheets

Dave Child, of IloveJackDaniels fame, has taken the time to put together several web development cheat sheets which are well worth downloading. Thanks Dave, the mod_rewrite one has already come in handy! … [Read more]

Negative PR on web affecting 40% of top UK companies

Econsultancy in partnership with Market Sentinel have released a report showing that 40% of the top 50 UK companies are affected by negative PR on the web. According to web guru Jakob Nielsen, the search results page for a brand is often more … [Read more]

Ian Turner Found!

Webmasterworld Moderator Ian Turner has been found alive and well in Atlanta. Ian had not returned home after the SEO conference held in New Orleans last week, causing great concern to his wife and everyone who knew him within the SEO community. … [Read more]

Ian Turner: Appeal for information

"Ian has been missing since Sunday(26th June). He was due to fly back from New Orleans (wmw show) and has not been seen since. His wife and family are all very worried about him, and so are we. " "If you've seen Ian, or have any information about … [Read more]

The importance of www

It has long been considered good practice to choose if you wish your site to be promoted with the www prefix or without. These days it is perfectly acceptable to choose either method but it is important that you make this choice. Not doing so can … [Read more]

Google Hijacked

Dramatic new evidence has been found today to support the theory that web pages can be 'hijacked' within the Google search engine; Google themselves seem to have become the latest victim. … [Read more]

The Search Engine Relevancy Challenge

RustyBrick, a.k.a. Barry Schwartz has created a search engine with a difference. It asks you to rate the results you get given. Your vote will help him build up a picture of which results people feel should fit each search query. Once this … [Read more]

CNET Banning Adware? Tucows did that 6 years ago!

Having recently read’s announcement on excluding adware from their catalogue, I was surprised to see no one mentioning that Tucows have been banning both adware and spyware for the last 6 years. As Matthew Bleicher, Tucows Manager … [Read more]