This newsletter contains interesting snippets about recent developments on the Internet and in the world of technology. It is recommended reading for all Skill Zone customers
The fad of flat design Recently I struggled to change my settings on a website I was using. I could find the page for setting the options I wanted to change, but was stumped by the lack of a Save button. There was a Save button of course, but it was located in the top left of the screen, and I was looking in the bottom right.
The quest for speed, and headlines The government has announced a scheme to pilot superfast broadband in six areas, but is this useful investment of tax-payer money, or is it just chasing soundbites and headlines?
Space, the final frontier I remember the days when a 555MB disk drive was the size of a washing machine. The latest announcement from SanDisk puts 400GB on a fingernail.
Keeping the tube on track London Underground has been tracking its customers mobile phones, but has done it in a way which is a model of how to respect people's privacy, and gained some very useful information as a result.
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