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Today Twitter announced an upcoming change in design which is set to change the way people use the service. In a post titled A Better Twitter the micro blogging service described how the new layout will make using Twitter easier. Users will now be able to click on a tweet to display it in […]

(Updated post) How to use Twitter If you’ve spent a lot of time on the internet recently you have probably heard a lot about Micro-blogging and more specificaly, Twitter. I’ve noticed that a lot of people have heard of, but don’t know how to use Twitter. I’ve been using it for a while now so […]

Search terms, how coffee should taste and Natalie Portman naked. I always read Charlie Brooker’s column on the Guardian site for a bit of light relief. When I feel like the whole world has gone mad and I’m the only one who notices it along comes Mr Brooker ranting away and pointing out the stupidity […]

BT Digital Vault Anyone who has experienced a computer meltdown in the past will understand the importance of backing up. These days we store vast quantities of digital bits and pieces on our computers including photos, videos and music. As these gigabites of space fill up the chances of loosing it all seem to increase. […]

New Google Favicon Google’s new favicon (the little square icon shown on browser tabs and in favourites folders) has caused quite a stir. Well about as much of a stir as a 16×16 pixel image can. The old Google icon was a nice upper case ‘G’ as seen here: The new icon has been designed […]