Posted by adrianb

For those who actually read the official guidance put out by the UK Information Commissioner's Office (ICO), it was pretty obvious no-one was going to get punished for non-compliance on day one, as long as you could show that your organisation is reviewing the impact of the new rules and has some kind of plan in place to ensure your online activities meet the requirements.

Posted by adrianb

Touch (feeling), Taste, Smell, Sight & Sound. Aristotle is reputed to have been the first to formally classify the human senses in this way. Todays new mobile phones are loaded with features like Bluetooth, WiFi, GPS, navigation, web browser, video etc.
In fact modern mobiles are so stuffed full of capabilities that these fancy tech features can start to seem quite ordinary. But used together in the right way, and suddenly your phone can once again become the techno marvel the adverts said it was.

Posted by adrianb

There are some web tools where you always thought they would have been useful and this is one: Post Box Finder. Even these days there will be plenty of occasions when you might want to chuck something in the post and are desperate to find where your nearest post box is and the collection times. I had an idea for this a few years ago when working for a big corporate, but never got the funding or the time to make it work.

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I am a great fan of the people at web effectiveness experts Bowen Craggs, and really look forward to their articles which, amongst other things, describe the good, bad and the indifferent web activities of notable companies. A recent newsletter of theirs was about athenticity and honesty in marketing, and how plain speaking and truthfulness on corporate websites can help generate trust and credibility. By the way, their articles are plain english and easy to digest.