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The UK election seen through social media

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The UK election seen through social media

Back in November 2008 (was it really that long ago?) I wrote a post on how astute use of the internet and social media had a helping hand in getting Barack Obama to the White House. While the crucial role of the internet as a medium in the US election has been widely acknowledged, not [&hellip

Tranfree resurrected

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Tranfree resurrected

When I logged in to Twitter this morning I was excited to see the news (courtesy of @NTceline) that after 7 years of relative silence, Alex Eames has resurrected his ‘tranfree’ ezine. Yesterday’s post, on his blog, ‘How to kill your translation business‘ is particularly worth a read – excellent advice which really hits home. [&hellip

Hackers’ delight – warning to all WordPress bloggers

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Hackers’ delight – warning to all WordPress bloggers

Any regular readers may have noticed that my blog had been experiencing serious technical difficulties over the past few days – a momentary blip in an otherwise successful first week in my new role. It began with there being a warning message next to my site saying ‘this site may harm your computer’ – not [&hellip

As if I needed any more convincing….

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As if I needed any more convincing….

In these heady early days of blog discovery some of the posts I have been reading are on freelanceswitch.com, a great resource for anyone self-employed. I particularly love their ‘Freelance Freedom’ cartoons. I just have this image of lots of smug freelancers reading them and chuckling to themselves contentedly. Nothing wrong with that of course. [&hellip

Happy 10th Blogiversary

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Happy 10th Blogiversary

Scott Rosenburg of wordyard.com writes in The Guardian today (29/08/07) that blogging is now in its second decade. The first blogger was apparently Jorn Barger, who began his ‘Robot Wisdom’ blog in 1997. This of course comes as some surprise to me, as someone who has arrived at the phenomenon relatively late, but I found [&hellip

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