"Internet" Blogs & Blog Posts

The Programmer's ParadoxThe Programmer's Paradox

In depth discussions of programming and software development issues.

 
The Rural Freelance WriterThe Rural Freelance Writer

Read along with Ariana, a published content writer and poet, as she embarks...

 
Media DecoderMedia Decoder

Covering the media industry

 
Marketing Unleashed: inspired marketing for savvy marketersMarketing Unleashed: inspired marketing for savvy marketers

Marketing Unleashed: inspired marketing for savvy marketers. Tips, advice a...

 
Searched, Designed, DevelopedSearched, Designed, Developed

SEO and SEM guidance from Manchester SEO experts I-COM.

 
danny browndanny brown

Conversations about social and emerging media tools for marketing, PR, comm...

 
Aria'z InkAria'z Ink

Because life happens at the speed of internet. Stay-at-home mom & inter...

 


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Months ago, a blog post by the good developers of Chrome let its users know that come January, users would be free of audio from autoplaying videos. As far as we know, those upgrades is still on track to arrive in early 2018 for all users, but you ca...

Facebook appears to be testing different options for how users share posts. The Next Web's Matt Navarra tweeted tests of two new ways to post content that let you bypass posting to your profile.

Apple isn't slowing down on exclusives any time soon. It's releasing Apple Music-only concert films from two British superstars, Noel Gallagher and Sam Smith. Gallagher's Who Built the Moon Live recaptures an early November gig at Lo...

Google has made email a much less tedious, junky affair for a lot of us, and it's about to take another step to helping us clean out our inboxes. According to a report over at Android Police, users of Google's Inbox app will start seeing ne...

As part of its "Hard Questions" series, Facebook took on the question of whether social media is good or bad for us. Citing a handful of academic studies, some done by Facebook researchers, Facebook Director of Research David Ginsberg and res...

In late October, Chair of the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Select Committee Damian Collins called upon Facebook and Twitter to report back with any evidence of Russian meddling in the UK's vote to leave the EU. It's an evolution of the...

Resellers have existed since way before the internet. But with the surge of online shopping, they have found the perfect weapon to aid their business: bots, automated software that can add products to a virtual cart and purchase them faster than any.