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Beginner’s Guide to SEO: rel = ‘no-follow’

September 14, 2010


I’ve recently created a website for Debbie’s Cake’ole and, as usual, I offered minimal Search Engine Optimisation services with the site. Now I’m far from an expert in SEO but I assumed a well made, valid HTML website with reasonable URL structure, headings, titles, links and description would be more than enough to get Google […]

Computer Science Needs More Rockstars

July 30, 2010


Like me you may well have missed the recent online debate about Google offering funding to women in Computer Science (whether students or working full time). A number of comments that followed pointed out the lack of female role models in the industry. This made me think, how many role models are there, male or […]

The Demise of Gadgets?

February 27, 2010


The fuss is finally about the iPad is finally dying down, the Amazon Kindle is struggling to gain a foothold in a market it created (as far as the general public is concerned at least) and the Nexus One (the ‘one true Googlephone’) still hasn’t lived up to the hype in sales. Is this it? […]