Article Archive for September 2011
Trick people's friends into thinking they have an STDs, are leaving their partner or looking for a new job.
Here's what Facebook's new timeline beta looks like ... (Update: read about how you exploit the activity stream to make your friends look like murdering, adulterous, job-changing, STD-riddled nerds).
A unique image that sums you up.
Ever watched a recorded TV programme and wished you could see what the reaction was on Twitter? Now you can!
Together with the brilliant developers at Raak, I've (beta) launched Tweet Rewinder.
It's a mobile web app ...
Guardian journalists get author profile pictures in search results without applying the markup. I doubt Google will do that for your site ...
Do big conferences have to cost so much - and why can't something be done to help the unemployed attend - or those who don't work for big agencies?
It turns out that you can dominate Google's search results in the short term via duplicate content - and here's the explanation, based on a talk I'm giving at Brighton SEO.
The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has rejected my complaint about the Press Complaints Commission (PCC) advertising itself as independent.
I don't consider the PCC to be independent because it is "charged with enforcing the Code of ...