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What Google’s new “mobile-friendly” labelling means for your site

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Google have started labelling certain sites as “mobile friendly” in mobile-based search results. Find out what this means for your site, and why you need to be taking it seriously. Continue reading

I invented Google+

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OK, now I have your attention I’ll confess that this isn’t exactly true… But I would direct people to a post of mine back in August 2009, where an associate … Continue reading

The long way round

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This post has been written for Blogging Against Disablism Day 2010. I recently bought a new phone. It’s great, but like most smartphones it’s taking a bit of time to … Continue reading

2009 on the web – some retrospectives

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As we glide gracefully out of the noughties, here are some of the best retrospectives of the past year on the web.

Google and accessibility – not there yet

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Earlier today I signed an online petition to encourage Google to take a leading role in promoting accessible web development. The petition, launched by a Canadian web developer, suggests that … Continue reading

Social media filtering – a flawed idea?

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Update July 2011 – our idea has come into being! Google+ offers much of the functionality we were longing for in the below post, yet the problems I mention could … Continue reading

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