October 2012

It is a fun way to help people learn Australian Sign Language (Auslan) and to better connect the Deaf and hearing communities. It includes a dictionary and fun games and is available for just $1.99

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BCR096: Is Instagram the new Twitter?

by Lee Hopkins on October 24, 2012 · 0 comments

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For me, I’ve grown tired of Twitter but am enjoying my time on Instagram, and I’m noticing more and more of my Facebook friends on Instagram too.

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Having a thorough plan for virtual private servers for your website can make or break your business. With a plan B in place for that eventual outage down the road, you’ll be sure your site stays up and running on an alternate server somewhere.

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What technology did you wish for that eventually (slowly or quickly) came to be and now you can’t live without?

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Lenovo celebrates 20 years of the epic Thinkpad

by Lee Hopkins on October 9, 2012 · 1 comment

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Inspired by the classic design of the Japanese Bento-Bako box, Lenovo’s ThinkPad is held by many to be the gold standard of enterprise laptops, counting CEOs, presidents and kings among its fan base, and it’s celebrating its 20th anniversary.

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Social media ROI is more than just saying, “We grew 1,000 fans this month”; it’s saying why it is important that we grew 1,000 fans, and what the business outcome is of such growth.

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The immediacy and ease of mobile lead generation is resulting in increased sales and delivery of information across all forms of business, and it is necessary for all organisations to keep up to date with the latest developments. According to B2C, Morgan Stanley are predicting that mobile marketing spend with increase by somewhere between five to ten times over the next four years.

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