Watch YouTube in synch

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Synchtube is a fantastic site that allows you to watch YouTube videos synchronised with your friends.

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Twitterfox becomes Echofon, many users not happy

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Today, I opened up Firefox and found the lovely Twitterfox add-on has become “Echofon”, as of 9th October it seems (although officially it happened in September).

The name is not the only bad thing about this change.

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Direct marketing just doesn’t work

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How many times have you found yourself frustrated by direct marketing? Does direct marketing even work, or does it just push customers away? Read on for my thoughts on this form of marketing and why Dominos might be in breech of the UK’s Data Protection Act.

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Google ordered to deactivate innocent account

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An employee at Rocky Mountain Bank messed up big time when they sent an email containing details of over 1000 customers to the wrong email address.

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Do you know your gigabytes from your gibibytes?

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If you do, you’re a step ahead of Microsoft.

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Firefox taking wrong lessons from Chrome

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Wish Firefox loaded as fast as Chrome? Read my thoughts on why Firefox starts so slowly and what they should do about it.

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How to make custom retweet links in WordPress

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Providing a retweet link on your site is a great way to encourage Twitter users to let others know about a post. In this tutorial I provide you with an easy way to do this in Wordpress and then explain it for those who are interested. This tutorial is perfect for those who want to provide retweet links that use their own domain name for the short url.

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Quick! Grab your site’s name on Twitter

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Disaster! Your site is down. Does this ever worry you? Downtime can be a big concern for any site, but Twitter could help minimise your downtime. I explain why this makes it so important to secure your site’s name on Twitter.

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How to dual boot Vista and XP in 6 steps

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Dual booting a computer can seem daunting if you have never attempted it before, but it is quite a simple task when given clear instructions. Windows 7 is coming soon, but there may well still be people who are considering dual booting Vista with XP, so I’ve decided to share how I go about doing this. I have done this several times and on different computers, you can trust I’ve actually followed the steps outlined in this tutorial.

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Protect your images using meta-data

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There is no way to guarantee your images will not be stolen once you have put them in the Internet. There are, however, several ways to help people realise the image belongs to you. One of these methods uses meta-data to embed your details into the file and in this tutorial I will show you how using Adobe Photshop.

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