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Sentiment and the UK elections

Following on from doing live Twitter analysis of Thursday nights UK Election debate, I thought it might be interesting to see how what the leaders were actually saying scored, and more importantly, what words and […]

Adventures in Linux – Part 1

As part of our ongoing plan to increase our coverage for support requests, I’ve recently had to take the plunge into Linux. I’ve always been a windows guy and that’s where I’m most comfortable (Kevin […]

Got a spare 142 Gigs?

Just a very quick note to point you in the direction of a fantastic resource that Paul (one of the other members of the engineering team) pointed me at the other day. Its part of […]

Making a good development team

I’ve long held the belief that having the right mix of people in a development team is essential to that team being able to turn out good code. I’ve seen first hand the problems that […]

Power to the people.

For a service (I hesitate to call it a business, most businesses at least have a vague idea of how to make money, though more on that later) that I don’t really like I seem […]

Every little bit helps

With customers wanting to process more and more content (and more and more content being available) and wanting to do that in an a near real time manner as possible, the throughput speed of our […]

Its Friday

If like me you don’t take the whole Social Media thing too seriously, then Being Five is the cartoon series for you. From the talented guy who does Prune Juice you can now get a […]

Social Media to the extreme

The news around town is the recent decision by Dunkin Donuts to pull an ad featuring Rachel Ray and her offensive scarf. If you haven’t heard or read about the story yet, you can catch […]

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