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2nd Sep 2008 10:36am
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Chrome Browser

Google is on yet another venture to own the world! This time they're releasing their own web browser called Chrome, which will be available on Windows - with a Mac and Linux version coming after. The browser is said to be lightweight, fast and can handle all next generation web applications to do with graphics and multimedia (i.e. flash, java, silverlight). A beta version is available on Tuesday.

Suprisingly, the Chief Executive of Mozilla (who make Mozilla Firefox) was happy and confident about Google's rival software, however Microsoft wasn't as happy and have just plainly started blabbing on about Internet Explorer... [read more]

19th Aug 2008 04:58pm
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Creating a new online website idea

So you want to make a website but you don't know what to make it on? Lost for ideas or your idea already taken? Then hopefully my little piece here will help you. Thoughout this piece I will be reffering a lot towards Sound Upload (My most successful venture yet!)

Brainstorming
Now, firstly you will need to brainstorm before you get anywhere else. So do your research online and find out what people like and don't like. With Sound Upload I found that people loved YouTube (because they could upload their own videos) and also Lyric websites were a big thing too... [read more]

14th Aug 2008 04:06am
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Analog TV Website Pages

I've been following the amount of pages Google has indexed for my big project Sound Upload - currently there is 38,400 pages. Then I thought, I wonder how many pages are indexed for the five current analog television channels here in the UK. Below are my findings...

TV Website Pages

  • BBC One - 115,000 Pages
  • BBC Two - 92,200 Pages
  • ITV1 - 72,600 Pages
  • Channel 4 - 1,620,000 Pages
  • Five - 30,200 Pages
From my findings the Channel 4 website has plenty more pages than the others, however BBC One and BBC Two are two different sections... if I checked the whole of the BBC... [read more]
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