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New year, new toys, new danger?

2012 is off to a blistering start in Internet-land, to say the least… From Wikipedia turning the lights out on their service for a day last week to protest against SOPA (the U.S. “Stop Online Piracy Act” that was widely feared to threaten freedom of speech, and to make censorship online without due process a […]

Loving Vaultpress

Belt and braces is a term used for many things. Personally, when it comes to backing up websites, your computer, your files, media and memories, belt and braces and then some is what I’ve learnt to focus on. It’s a little similar to this… Question: What’s the best camera in the world? Answer: The one […]

Are you backing Kickstarter?

I’m loving Kickstarter, and yet, have only really been aware of it since last year. It’s been a around a little longer – Kickstarter was founded in April 2009 by Perry Chen, Yancey Strickler, and Charles Adler and is probably the best example of crowd sourced funding on the web. What is Kickstarter? Kickstarter is a […]

Fearful of your location?

Finally, Apple have actually said something official about the location data fiasco. I say fiasco, as for me at least, totally blown up out of proportion. For those of you who don’t know, it all blew up just over a week ago when people began to discover there was a location tracking database on their […]