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Apple Faces iPhone & iPad iOS5 Upgrader Panic

Posted by on Dec 12, 2011 in Technology, tutorials | 2 comments

Upon release of Apple’s eagerly awaited iPhone and iPad operating system, iOS5 an unprecedented number of users trying to download the software has lead to swamped servers at Apple HQ. The sheer numbers of iPhone and iPad users trying to gain access to the download by connecting through Apple iTunes is┬áseemingly outnumbering the number of...

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What Does Latent Semantic Indexing Mean For Your Site?

Posted by on Feb 28, 2011 in SEO, tutorials | 0 comments

Over recent weeks, some website designers and SEO experts having been noticing some major changes in the way that Google rates the importance of any particular page, many attribute this to Google’s possible introduction of algorithms closely related to the rules that govern ‘Latent Semantic Indexing’. What exactly is Latent Semantic...

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Top 10 Tips for a Successful Ecommerce Website

Posted by on Jan 25, 2011 in ecommerce, top 10, tutorials | 0 comments

1. Simple Navigation: Try to limit the amount of clicks your customer has to make to complete their visit. Unnecessary, intermediate pages draw out the customers stay and gives them more chance to change their mind and leave your site. Making the buying process as simple as possible is a sure way to help your customer make their purchase easily and also...

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The MegaPixel Myth

Posted by on Oct 21, 2010 in photography, tutorials | 0 comments

In the early 1990′s there was a truly massive breakthrough in the photographic industry. 1991 saw Kodak release the first commercially available digital SLR, the Kodak DCS-100, a modified Nikon F3 SLR body giving an output resolution of 1.3 megapixels. ’1.3 megapixels?’ I hear you ask…’why..that’s rubbish!’ you...

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