The site, which replaces the one first developed during last year’s Labour leadership race, comes a week after Ed Miliband launched onto Google+ and before the party’s conference kicks off on Sunday. Read More
Daily Archives: 21 September, 2011
The BBC has unveiled a new version of the bbc.co.uk. homepage It’s in beta, but is looking good and serves as a reminder of how much the BBC offers.
The new look now sports sliding screens, that are clearly inspired by touch screen phones and tablet computers, that sweep across the page allowing visitors to easily navigate a lot of content. Read More
You see, while it still takes getting out in the public and kissing babies, going on national television and debating your rivals, and seeing just about every hotel there is nationwide, politicians who have not endorsed social media as a viable weapon to win their respective office, may be the subjects of tweets or shares on how they lost their race. Read More
Google’s social network Google+ is 90 days old and today it is adding a number of new features including the fact that invites will no longer be required to join as it moves from field trials to beta. From today Google+ is open to one and all. The open door invite is one of nine changes changes announced today. I know, a pretty random number until you realise that Google has made 91 other changes since launch (many of which are posted here) and this makes 100.
Most of the other changes today are about Google+ Hangouts. Today Hangouts comes to the mobile and so does the ability to broadcast your Google+ Hangout meeting, which can already include as many as nine people, to a wider audience. Read More