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  • Web boom leads to Brilliant Design Decision.

     

    Of late, the whole world seems to have gone web crazy, thanks in no small part to ever faster download speeds and memories of the dotcom crash now becoming a distant memory. This has all led to a veritable boom in the demand for web design and build.


    (Filed: Fri Apr 14 2006)
  • Pod1 nominated for 'online Oscar'

     

    Specialist web design company, Pod1 is proud to announce that they have just been nominated for an award in this year’s 10th Annual Webby Awards. Hailed as the “online Oscars” by Time Magazine, The Webby Awards are determined by the International Academy of Digital Arts & Sciences. The nomination in "The Best Use of Animation or Motion Graphics” category is for work undertaken on behalf of client KangaROOS UK.


    (Filed: Wed Apr 12 2006)
  • JobsGroup.net Wins Best Online Service at the Recruiter 2006 Awards

     

    JobsGroup.net, the niche online recruitment network, has won Best Online Service Award at the Recruiter 2006 Awards for Excellence. JobsGroup.net had been nominated for the Award alongside Eden Brown, eFinancialCareers.com, Michael Page International, Monster UK and Ragtime Ltd.


    (Filed: Wed Apr 05 2006)
  • Italy’s Emilia Romagna healthcare consortium choosing Emerald

     

    Italy’s hospital library consortium, Consorzio delle Biblioteche Mediche dell’Emilia Romagna, has awarded Emerald Group Publishing a three year deal. Users from five of the twelve hospitals of the consortium in the Emilia Romagna region of Italy will receive access to the Emerald Fulltext Plus database of electronic journals.


    (Filed: Tue Feb 28 2006)
  • Churches Plan to Hold Worldwide Internet Focus Day on 7 May

     

    Churches around the world will take part in the second worldwide Internet Evangelism Day on 7 May 2006. They will use downloadable resources to create a custom web awareness focus within their services and meetings on that day.


    (Filed: Tue Feb 21 2006)
  • Free Giveaway Face Readings via the Internet

     

    When will listeners not like freebies? Only when they no longer have faces! Combining freebies, faces and radio, Rose Rosetree may be the first physiognomist in 3,000 years to use the power of the Internet for a unique kind of giveaway, available in the U.K. on Tuesday, Feb. 21.


    (Filed: Sat Feb 18 2006)
  • EMERALD LAUNCHES WEBEX ONLINE TRAINING FOR EMERALD DATABASES

     

    Leading international journal publisher in the library and information science, and management fields, Emerald Group Publishing Ltd, has announced that free online training demonstrations through WebEx technology will now be available to users of Emerald databases. Emerald has invested in the new technology as part of its Emerald Librarian Toolkit initiative launched in November 2005.


    (Filed: Mon Feb 13 2006)
  • Street Politiks featuring Sam Roman

     

    ‘Lady’, an exclusive track by Street Politiks that features soul artist, Sam Roman is out now on the compilation CD ‘R’n’B Sessions 3’.


    (Filed: Mon Feb 06 2006)
  • SPILL GROUP Selects GameAccount Platform for SkillGame.com; Announces Game.com.cn, the New Game Port

     

    This week sees the SPILL GROUP officially launch its most comprehensive gaming portal to date, http://www.skillgame.com . The site is already generating record numbers of visitors per day. Since launching its first gaming portal in the Netherlands in 2004, SPILL GROUP tripled their 2005 profits through gaming portals now operational in the United Kingdom, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Poland, Austria and Switzerland.


    (Filed: Sun Feb 05 2006)
  • Emerald leads new JISC RSS project to push Table of Contents into library catalogues

     

    Paul Evans, head of web services at Emerald Group Publishing, explains the value that the project will bring to both library staff and users, “Cataloguing journals and articles has, up until now, been considered a ‘luxury’ in resource terms by many academic institutions. Once TOCRoSS is complete, cataloguing journal articles becomes automatic and the commonly asked question, “Why can’t I find any articles on the OPAC?” becomes obsolete.”


    (Filed: Tue Jan 31 2006)
  • Malta Holidays Back On Map For UK Tourists

     

    The visit of Queen Elizabeth II to the island of Malta to open the recent Commonwealth meeting resulted in nearly a week of positive coverage for the island on television, print media and the internet.


    (Filed: Thu Dec 15 2005)
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