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Tools for a smart digital presence

Social media can be pretty chaotic. While that might be a part of the game, it's also a tough challenge for those who intend to invest in marketing using digital channels. Unlike classical communication where one "cries" out a message, social media open for a dialogue with companies and organizations in a way never before possible. It is not at all unusual that it is...

Google Remote desktop, worth testing!

Accessing desktops remotely has been possible for a long long time. But before such tools were either insecure, not designed for cross-platform, internet use, or downright expensive. "Ages" ago we used software from a vendor called NetOp . At the time we used it there weren't many contenders or alternatives.The software had lots of good features, best traffic encryption around and a good user interface,...

Choice of fonts or typefaces - what do you fancy?

Todays websites are becoming more and more graphical, with less and less text. Or makes for more easy reading than before. One reason being that it's possible from a design perspective, screens have much higher resolution which makes graphics look good, another that if you put too much text up, or the paragraph length and density is too heavy, there's a real chance skimming is...

Links gone from Google? Yeah you bet

.. but what you're seeing (or not seeing) is very likely just the beginning. In the aftermath and following weeks after the EU ruling I ranted about in this blog , Google has been inundated with requests for link removal. Fair to say that one side effect of the EU ruling is that stuff you'd expect would pop up in search results no longer will,...

EU vs Google - a step towards internet censorship?

May 13th a ruling came from the EU Court of Justice ( CJEU) that some have characterized as the first, broader legal step towards internet censorship. Yet others claim that this law, for the first time ever, may provide the general public with a tool to request removal of irrelevant, inadequate or incorrect information from the the search indexes. To what extent can or will...

Web presence, why you should build & improve it

I am sure you have done it, one or many times, Googled yourself, searched your name. In most cases searches will return pages that has no connection to you, don't contain any information whatsoever or at least nothing you consider representative. If you're a member of Social services like Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter etc. these will normally either rank on top or very high up on the result lists.