Facebook Connect was launched in part to replace the ill-fated Facebook Beacon, which caused great alarm because it tracked and gathered users’ information from third-party sites and then shared it with the users’ Facebook friends without their consent. For instance, if you bought something from Fandango.com or Overstock.com, your Facebook friends would be notified of
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Facebook Connect Goes Mobile
Google Services for Websites
Earlier this year, Google introduced a new package of tools designed to help web design specialists / hosts improve their own sites and to pass on to their customers. Let’s take a look at the new tools and how they can help your business. Webmaster tools • Help make sites more Google and
Catch the Google Wave
Those smart folks at Google are about to unleash a new communication platform called the Wave in web developer preview mode. So what is Wave? Basically, it is part document and part hosted conversation. Wave is live. Wave is shared. In Google Wave you create a Wave and add contacts
Twitter: The Best Business Model EVER?
Is Twitter a paper tiger? Sure, it’s wildly popular, fast-growing, and set to secure $100 million in funding, which is a neat trick for a company that has no business model and generates virtually no revenue. Apparently a lot of people are willing to bet that Twitter is going to become even bigger. Descriptions like “next
Website Launch – Grandstand Group
Its Friday and we just launched the new web design for the Grandstand Group. Grandstand Group | Web Design
Simple PC – New Web design
We have just produced a new web design for Simple PC to replace a rather tired and outdated old flash based website. The new site is clean and contemporary and will be fully content managed with WordPress allowing greater flexibility for Simon (the MD) to amend content and have greater range in the
New Web Copywriter Joins the Team
Juno Web Design has a new team member, a talented web copywriter called Beth who will be helping with our day to day website and SEO copywriting. Welcome Beth!