Posts about: Internet
There are twice as many men tweeting as women. Or men are twice as likely to tweet about their wives as vice versa?.
The percentage of tweets containing 'I' follows a similar pattern each day - peeking at 6am, and falling to a daily low at 12am.
One in 5 tweets contain a URL. Tweets are more likely to contain links on weekdays than weekends. And tweets at 10am are more likely to contain links that at other times.
The best time to tweet if you want people to notice is ... 4.01pm, according to my survey of nearly 120 Twitter users. 11am-12pm is another good time - but you've got more chance of being retweeted at 4.01pm.
Google is showing triple inline sitelinks in some cases, not just dual or single.
20 minutes after the Englang game finished at 9.55pm, half the major UK newspaper sites hadn't published the results.
ITV.com is breaching a court order forbidding the publication of the DNA test results for alleged 13-year-old dad Alfie Patten.
The case of the leaked DNA test on 13-year-old alleged dad Alfie Patten has revealed a big problem with court-ordered reporting restrictions in the internet age: there is nothing to stop websites repeating the information unless they know about the court order banning this. And under the terms of the order itself, there's no way to find out about the order.
The media are banned from reporting DNA test results for 13-year-old 'dad' Alfie Patten - has anyone told Walt Disney and BrandRepublic/Haymarket?
Which URL shorteners make themselves longer when self-applied?
ITV.com's information architecture has Man City in a Man Utd cateogry, and the UEFU cup in a Johnstones Paint Trophy northern semi category ...
ow.ly is framing the destination URL, in direct contravention of many sites' T&Cs - rather than directly redirecting to the target URL, like most URL shorteners,
Alot news toolbar adverts are very out of date. Jade Goody has died, Angeline gave birth long ago, and the newest efit for Madeleine McCann was last summer.
Newspaper sites did very badly at linking to google's new street view service.
News sites are bad at linking out. Which of them managed to link to charity site rednoseday.com on its big day - and which failed to make mentions into proper hyperlinks.
What the Daily Express search examples tell us about its editorial agenda: anorexia, abortion, muslims, big ben, recipe, bnp, friends provident, apprentice, floods, care homes, immigration, binge drinking, lottery, Madeleine McCann, Liverpool FC.
Proving the increasing mainstreamness of Twitter, MoneySavingExpert.com has just added a Twitter button to its bookmark / Digg / Facebook sharing options.
External links / linking out - which stage of denial are you at? There are 7 before you reach a sensible place ...
Loads of companies websites' conditions of use forbid you from linking to them. Why?!?
London's â€˜morning' Metro newspaper goes to press so early that it failed to report on Arsenal's penalty shoot-out win over Roma last night