Tag Archives: internet explorer

Some interesting reading

Some dead interesting stuff popped up when I logged in this morning – all worth giving a read: Facebook buys FriendFeed Lots of people seem to be quite upset about this one. Friendfeed is still a pretty niche service, even … Continue reading

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Add LGSearch to your browser

LGSearch is a search engine for the UK public sector that I developed quite a while ago. It’s built on Google Custom Search, and isn’t particularly clever, but is rather useful. Anyway, inspired by Simon’s recent efforts on behalf of … Continue reading

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Better browsers, please

There has been a conversation going on in the forums of the Public Sector Social Media Community of Practice for little while now about the browsers made available to public sector workers. Most folk seem to be running something like … Continue reading

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Breaking down the browser barrier

The problems of accessing social websites is often discussed by government webbies, and I dare say it is an issue for the private sector too. How can we be expected to engage with online communities if they can’t get past … Continue reading

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