There's been something of a hoo-ha in the blogging world about a new Google corporate blog that seemed to be critical of Michael Moore's latest film, Sicko. The post doesn't seem all that controversial to me, although I could see how people could read more into it, but the fuss over it has raised some … Continue reading Lessons in blogging
The observant might have noticed an extra link in the sidebar of the Web Services blog today. That's right, Core Services have started a blog. Paul Cheeseman introduces his team and explains some of the things they're up to in his first post. It should be an interesting read to keep up with the latest … Continue reading Core Services, come on down!
If you thought that the <marquee> tag was... well... a bit 1995 then you'd be right, but that was the first thing that I noticed on the all new Technorati homepage. If you've not come across Technorati before, it's basically a search engine for blogs. Unlike most search engines such as Google it has very … Continue reading Technorati Revamped
We're frequently asked about our stance on blogs for Edge Hill staff and students and if we have plans to do roll these out site wide in the near future. The answer is yes but we have some work to do before than happens. At present we're looking at the whole web infrastructure and we … Continue reading A blogging community
As we've spent the last couple of years talking about blogs, showing people how to use them and advocating their usefulness we thought it was about time we started our own! We'll use this to keep people informed on our developments, our thoughts on technologies and how we can (and do) contribute to the effectiveness … Continue reading About time too…