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Backing up your data is not a glamorous part of running a business, but it might just save your arse one day. I recently overhauled my entire backup policy to give Shark Attack full belt-and-braces protection, & I thought I’d break it down here for anyone who is wondering where to start.

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Filed in? Technology

Now is the time to demand from your MP that the Digital Economy Bill be given proper scrutiny and debate.

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Filed in? Politics, Technology

There is currently a heated debate within the web design & development community. It concerns the relative merits of Adobe Flash and HTML5, and which technology should hold the crown for rich content on the web.

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Filed in? Apple, Code, Technology

Taking the time to perform a thorough and well-executed upgrade to OS X can make the difference between a zippy new working environment and a blue screen or kernel panic. Here is my recommended upgrade procedure, tried and tested over many years and system upgrades. It’s never let me down yet.

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Filed in? Apple, Technology

Can Adobe really not find the resources to provide businesses with much-needed compatibility data regarding CS3 and Snow Leopard?

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Filed in? Apple, Business, Studio, Technology

You can now follow @sharkattackdsgn for design and studio-related updates. And check out HootSuite for managing multiple Twitter accounts; v.2 (beta) is looking HootSweet.

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Filed in? Studio, Technology

Record labels are preparing to introduce a new format intended to revitalise the album market. Apple is doing likewise. Are we poised for another battle for format dominance?

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Filed in? Apple, Business, Record sleeves, Technology

Ever since the National Identity Scheme was first suggested by politicians, we’ve been told that “those who have nothing to hide have have nothing to fear”. This would appear to be nonsense, especially if you are a celebrity and a government employee is feeling a bit bored.

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Filed in? Politics, Technology

Concentric Sky have released iPhone cheatsheet apps covering HTML, CSS, JQuery and more.

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Filed in? Code, iPhone, Technology

Convert a Moleskine notebook into a PDA, with some top tips courtesy of The Art of Manliness

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Filed in? Books, Technology

Innovative water bottle-and-fountain system addresses the problem of plastic bottle wastage without neglecting the commercial side. And it looks great too.

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Filed in? Design, Technology

Good news for developers: Mobile Safari, as implemented in iPhone software v.3, is reported to be fully compatible with HTML 5.

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Filed in? Apple, Code, iPhone, Technology

Continuing the growing trend amongst developers to give Internet Explorer 6 the boot, Ellis Labs who produce Expression Engine have declared that when EE 2.0 ships it will no longer support IE6.

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Filed in? Code, ExpressionEngine, Technology

Google analytics is a wonderful, invaluable tool for any webmaster. The basics are well known, but there are hidden gems to be unearthed, such as Custom Reporting.

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Filed in? Business, Design, Sites, Studio, Technology

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