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Censorship and the Internet – Govt suggests content controls

Censorship and the Internet – Govt suggests content controls

In a new Government proposal for this year we could be seeing controls imposed on internet content. In an interview late last year with The Daily Telegraph, Culture Secretary Andy Burnham...

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Twitter, facebook etc…. does anyone care?

Twitter, facebook etc…. does anyone care?

There’s been a big buzz for a while now about social media being “the next big thing”, and you’d have had to be hiding in a cave for the last couple of years to be unaware of Twitter, Facebook,...

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A Freshleaf Christmas!!

A Freshleaf Christmas!!

At Freshleaf we’re very excited about Christmas! We had our Christmas party this week, which was a terribly glamorous affair where a fabulous time was had by all (see pics below). Good food, good...

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Meta Matters: Why Search Wiki makes meta description more important than ever

Search Wiki: one of Google’s latest releases which allows users full control over their search results when they are logged into their Google account. So when you’re logged in, you can do a...

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Freshleaf had a great 08 – here’s to 2009!

Freshleaf had a great 08 – here’s to 2009!

As 2008 comes to a close, I don’t suppose we’ll be the only ones reviewing our year. But when we sat down to talk about it, it was surprising to realise what a fantastic year we really have...

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Why a CMS will make your life easier

So what is a CMS? A website content management system is an easy, efficient and cost effective way to update the content on your website, with no technical knowledge required. Why do I need...

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Brand names in Google Adwords battle

Brand names in Google Adwords battle

Of interest to anyone who uses Google’s Adwords – there is a battle going on in the courts over brand name use in Adwords. Flower delivery company Interflora is suing Marks and Spencer and Flowers...

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Browser security scare now ‘patched up’

It emerged last week that a security flaw – which was serious enough to make national headline news – has allowed criminals to take over other users’ computers by steering them to infected...

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