Google is finally adding geographic-coding support to Google maps (version 4.0 is now being released) so developers can get the coordinates for a street address. This has been a bit of an issue for us here at Score as we’re one of the 30,000+ developers who have been trying to make Google … read more »
Sometimes our clients ask us to animate things in Flash and this will give you an idea of what’s involved… kind of…
Gawker, the celeb gossip blog, has been forced to block access to UK visitors after it was judged to have breached UK copyright laws. (read about more on the guardian website http://observer.guardian.co.uk/uk_news/story/0,,1794995,00.html).
This has sparked debate about the differences in IP laws … read more »
Working in a male dominated office has obvious implications at this time of year. Firstly, boys tend to complain more than girls about heat and what temperature the air conditioning should be set at. Secondly, and more importantly, the World Cup is here and we all want to watch as much football as … read more »
This is a momentous occasion - the first official entry in the Score Comms blog. To get started, I’ve found a clip from The Daily Show with Jon Stewart (of which we are big fans in this office) about the power of blogging (plus reasons you may want to change your name if it’s … read more »
If your boss has you chained to the desk during the world cup here’s a tip. Sports Illustrated have a great feed for Google with live scores, group tables and a games schedule.
Some intriguing statistics have been reported by US based online marketing company HubSpot.
HubSpot provide advice to small businesses enabling them to "get found" by more prospects shopping in their niche and to convert a higher percentage of prospects into customers.
The company have just … read more »
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