Sunday, 3 March 2013

HTML5 loophole

Lots of web developers are saying how wonderful html5 is, but perhaps everyone with a website should read this story about a major loophole in html5 which allows a malformed or malicious website to fill up your hard drive space! Yes really! Newest isn't always best!

BJ Morgan [author] new website

We are thrilled to be able to announce the launch of the new website for BJ Morgan [author]. Here you will be able to contact BJ Morgan via the message tab, read reviews of his books, and keep up with the latest news about new titles. Please do pop over and check it out:

Friday, 1 March 2013

Have your say - YouGov paid surveys

There are so many scams around at the moment, it's hard to know what to trust and what not to, so we thought we'd bring you something we know is legitimate. How do we know? Because we've been members of the YouGov survey panels for a number of years. They ask us to complete surveys, and they do pay as they say they will. OK, so it's not a lot (between 25p - £1 per survey) but it adds up, and the surveys are interesting.

We are asked for our opinions on politics, the media, current affairs, education, retail brands, and much more. The survey are undertaken for a variety of clients - in fact we often hear comments or opinion on the news a few days after we've done a survey, so that adds to the interest too. It makes us feel, if only in a small way, that we are helping shape things.

If you'd like to get involved too, simply click on the link below to join up, and have your say too!