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August, 2008


August 29, 2008  3:05 PM

The future of future-gazing

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online

Those who claim to see the future are often accorded high status in their communities, at least judging by the amount of money we are ready to throw at them. Whether the preferred methodology is extrapolation from the past, reading palms,...

August 29, 2008  3:04 PM

Space station virus alive and kicking

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National news, Security

News last week that a computer virus has found its way to the International Space Station will surely make millions for Hollywood film producers.

Forget Kubrick's 2001 or the series of...


August 29, 2008  2:09 PM

Statistics show men hog the mouse as well as the remote

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online, research

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August 29, 2008  2:07 PM

It’s my password and I’ll swear if I want to

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online, Security

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August 29, 2008  2:05 PM

West Wing creator starts work on Facebook: The Movie

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National news, online, Video

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August 29, 2008  2:01 PM

University spam researchers discover the alphabet bias

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research, Security

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August 21, 2008  3:44 PM

Experian makes a game of Creditability

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online

Timing is everything in most areas of endeavour, which is why Experian's launch of Creditability, a free computer game that teaches sound financial management, should be a winner.


August 20, 2008  4:01 PM

Internet commentators hoisted by their own petard

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The Guardian last week highlighted the work of Matt Southall, whose website, ifyoulikeitsomuchwhydontyougolivethere.com, collects the...


August 20, 2008  4:00 PM

Downing Street video riles Clarkson electioneers

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government, National news, online

Downing Street's website has, since April, played host to a petition signed by 49,447 people for Jeremy Clarkson to be made prime minister.


August 20, 2008  3:59 PM

IT’s newest recruit hails a good piece of bad luck

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Uncategorized

There are many methods that IT firms use to capture new talent to fill the much-lamented skills gap, but inducing life-threatening strokes is not one of them.


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