For some time now at Exeter we’ve been exploring Google Apps and how it might fit into the Enterprise. Google Apps is like Google Docs, i.e. a way of storing your documents in the Cloud, but is a private area that is tied into your own domain name, in our case “exeter.ac.uk”. On the Web […]
Your worst web 2.0 nightmare. You’ve just sent that Twitter post about how much your feet smell after your 5k run to 1,265 of your business followers instead of your close personal friends and family. Ouch. Several months of cultivating social media up in smoke in an instant. Just why is it so easy to […]
As my mind was drifting around the ether the other day, I was pondering on the meaning of creating online. As a web designer of many years now I can create things relatively easily, as I know how the building blocks of the web work and have powerful tools to help me construct (currently using […]
This time last year I was nervously setting up a new desk in an unknown office, surrounded by people who I didn’t know, to start a new job with little idea exactly what I’d be doing – and so started the Web Innovation Project! At that point colleagues and I were still fine tuning exactly […]
Apps have been the hallmark of the iPhone, but with the advent of the iPad and now the Google Chrome Web Store it seems they might become the new kings of the laptop and desktop as well.
Tablet and slate devices are going to be the savior of the publishing industry! Does the publishing industry need saving? That’s an interesting question in itself with impassioned arguments on both sides of the fence. Personally I have noticed a trend towards electronic publishing for many years, in fact its hard to miss. The publishing […]