It seems that employers in the US are being rather invasive with regards to vetting candidates during recruitment and interview processes. We all know that prospective employers will potentially...

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On the 26th May 2012, legislation comes into effect that require companies with websites to ensure that user consent is obtained to store non “essential use” cookies on their PC. The...

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By: Dave Haygarth On: May 08, 2012 In: Internet trends, Web news Comments: 0

These days we get used to just downloading the latest browser and ensuring it updates automatically (I hope you are anyway..!) Although HTML5 is still technically under development (yes...

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By: Dave Haygarth On: January 06, 2012 In: Internet trends, Web news, Website Design Comments: 0

Fantastic News. Microsoft’s Internet Explorer 6 (IE6) is nearly dead!  The bane of developers lives for much of the last decade, and a major security hole, IE6 has consistently been...

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By: Dave Haygarth On: October 16, 2011 In: Internet trends, Reverse Delta's Blog, Web news Comments: 0

As part of it’s roll-out plans to have fibre broadband available to two-thirds of UK premises by 2015 using Fibre to the cabinet (FTTC), BT is trialling a service...

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By: Dave Haygarth On: October 05, 2011 In: Internet trends, Reverse Delta's Blog, Web news Comments: 0

The latest browser stats to September 2011, show that the decline in IE market share (41.66%) stalled this month, with only a very small decrease. Have they now finally...

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After years of web designs and trying not to make web users scroll horizontally, it seems that the BBC is turning that convention, through 90 degrees. Check out the...

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By: Dave Haygarth On: January 14, 2011 In: Copywriting, Internet trends, Web news, Website Design Comments: 0

A really interesting article from BBC Radio 4’s Today Programme yesterday (13 01 2011 for which we can’t really find anything on the internet to point to!!) – in...

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By: Dave Haygarth On: February 24, 2010 In: Google, Internet trends, Web news, Website Design Comments: 0

Web designers around the world will be rejoicing that Google is taking a lead in banishing the deeply unloved Internet Explorer 6 to the annals. Those not familiar with...

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Some very strange stuff going on – even SEO expert Dave Naylor hasn’t quite got to the bottom of it. It seems some spammers/hackers are managing to redirect people...

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