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Everything good or interesting I have found lately – loosely organised. And a photo I took recently.

Social Media and Web Design

2010-05-01 Harveys Dogs 143-640 Darren Rowse talks about how churches should use Social Media

Robin Good on Website Accessibility: How To Make Your Website Highly Accessible And Standards-Compliant. Article written by Drazen Dobrovodski.

Add Facebook Plugins to your Blog

From Digital Inspiration - Zero to a Million Users. Adam Smith and Drew Houston, founders of two successful Internet startups – Xobni and Dropbox – share secrets that helped their products win two million users in two years with mostly word-of-mouth marketing and no advertising spend.

From Robin Good - Ning Alternatives: Guide To The Best Social Networking Platforms And Online Group Services 

On May, 4th 2010, Ning, one of the most popular social networking platforms on the web, is phasing out its free service.

Robin Good and Daniele Bazzano comprehensively list and compare numerous alternatives for those who want or need to create community websites using free software.

How NOT to impress your future employers – Laurel Papworth talks about NOT hiring someone based on Facebook or Twitter

Social Media Woman


5 Best Windows 7 Tweaking Applications. I liked the “God Mode” control panel folder.

New version of Windows Home Server:Vail preview available.

Microsoft Partner Network licensing calculator


Stack Exchange – now free


Download this little Java App to track your mouse movements for a period of time and make some art of it. This picture is mine for the last 3 hours. Check out what your mouse movement is like. I use the keyboard probably more than the mouse, so i get a lot of hot spots where I leave the mouse sitting still. Also it wouldn't track the times I went to the two monitors up the top – above the other 4 monitors at my workstation or the monitor to the left so there are lines disappearing up there and coming back. What you are seeing is My Main two monitors and the one on the right.