Much has been said in the media about the recent attack on TalkTalk, and the worries that many people have about whether or not their bank accounts might be at risk. That’s a legitimate worry, made worse by the confusing information that the company has given, first appearing to suggest that pretty much everything on… Read More Let’s TalkTalk about privacy and censorship
Car company Peugeot has a competition on their web site at the moment, where you have to find hidden 3008s. It features some astonishing panoramic shots of London, taken sometime last summer, from the top of CentrePoint. You can zoom in, and if you go full screen, it’s pretty impressive. Here’s an overview: One thing… Read More Have you been caught by Peugeot’s long lens?
One of the web sites that I run is, shall we say, aimed at gentlemen of a certain disposition, with particular shared interests, and a fondness for the well honed physique. I’ve been working on a mobile version of the site, and one of the things that the desktop version has is a list of… Read More On location
I’ve resisted signing up to Facebook; even a couple of years back, I was not convinced by their privacy policies, and tales of people finding it hard to have their information deleted. Judging by the torrent of stories about privacy in recent months, I probably made a wise decision. It’s not that I’m not familiar… Read More When did Facebook capture the web?