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Posts tagged with Weird Wild Web

World Gaming suspends shares

The fallout from the US' move to ban online gambling has continued with the news that shares in World Gaming have been suspended.

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Wow, we won two AOP Awards...

On Wednesday night we attended the AOP Awards dinner, having been nominated in two categories, neither of which we remotely expected to win. But thanks to the fantastic skills of the judging panel, and to our complete astonishment, we won both of them.

E-consultancy won the awards for Online Publisher 2006 and also Editorial Team 2006, both in the business category.

Ashley and Matt from E-consultancy collect the second award

We are still feeling all warm and fuzzy as a result, although that might have something to do with our fiendish celebrations...

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Big brands fail in a world without www

I often browse the web by grabbing text and dragging it into my Google Toolbar, which will open a new search page. It will open up a website for me, in the event that I drag a domain name into the search window.

I don’t expect I’m alone in exhibiting this kind of search behaviour, but there is a problem. Many firms, including some big brands, do not cater for a www-less version of their domain name.

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Thoughts on d.Construct 2006 conference

If you’re watching the Web 2.0 scene in the UK then you might be interested in some thoughts on the annual d.Construct conference I attended last Friday.

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Thank you for coming to party with us

Hundreds of internet pros turned up for last night’s Lemon Studios Summer Party at The Havana Bar & Club in London, which was roaring good fun.
 
Many attendees will be in full-on recovery mode judging by some of the strategic quaffing we witnessed. The cocktails were especially dangerous, particularly those that were tipped into glasses the size of small baths.

Happiness = large cocktails

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Apple elects Google CEO Schmidt to board

Apple has pulled off a coup by luring Google CEO Eric Schmidt to its board of directors, in a move that was announced late last night.

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Not a bubble, reason #32 – messing about on boats

There are some sure signs that we’re not in a bubble, despite some of the big money being hosed at disruptive startups such as Zillow and Jobster.

However, as the pictures below prove, there are some signs that we are witnessing another – ahem – wave of dotcom madness. Notably, the hiring of powerboats…

Powerboats rocks our world

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Frank Quattrone escapes third trial, charges to be dropped

Infamous dotcom banker Frank Quattrone has cut a deal with the US government to end his three-year prosecution for obstruction of justice.

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London’s Internet industry gets ready to party

Six hours after announcing the Lemon Studios Summer Party and we have had almost 300 people register to attend, proving that the internet industry here in London is as eager as ever to, erm, drink mojitos.

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Google secrets? Leaked AOL data provides insight on search strategies

Although there are many sometimes confusing and contradictory statistics around search engine marketing and especially SEO, the AOL data provides a rare chance to see accurate statistics from a major engine fed by Google.

The results should be analysed by anyone interested in SEM…

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Window shopping gets literal on the high street

I've been watching this story about Polo Ralph Lauren's ever-so-literal 'window shopping' for the past week, wondering if most people were thinking just what I was thinking.

Supposedly inspired by Spielberg's film adaption of Minority Report, Ralph Lauren has come up with a hybrid touch-screen shop window, where passers-by can shop by touching the window and selecting the items they see in the window.

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Ex-BetonSports boss pleads not guilty

Former BetonSports chief executive David Carruthers pleaded not guilty in his illegal gambling trial yesterday.

The 48-year-old, arrested two weeks ago in Texas and subsequently fired by the web gaming firm, is now being held in custody until negotiations over his bail arrangements are complete.

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