10 May 2012
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ITBSP news
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2 May 2012
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After Hours
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My Local Towns And Cities

Doncaster, my hometown, traditionally identified as ‘The Gateway to the North’, has a name which combines both Celtic (or even possibly pre-Celtic) and Latin placename elements; meaning the ‘castle, or fort, situated on the River Don.’ The origin of the river’s name means ‘black’ or ‘dirty.’ Known as ‘Danum’ during the Roman occupation, the only […]


1 April 2012
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Online and Offline

I suppose choosing the appropriate meta-tags for a webpage is quite a specialist job, requiring the person who’s doing the search engine optimisation to have a certain skills set, combining a natural talent for language, a knowledge of the subject you’re writing about…and even possibly dabbling in a bit a psychology to try and get […]


15 March 2012
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Boolean Logic

Every time someone uses a search engine or accesses a database they are utilising a system of logic devised by a mathematician and philosopher over a hundred and fifty years ago; obviously, when you’re working on your latest search engine optimisation project you’re also inadvertently taking advantage of this knowledge, without necessarily understanding how it […]


18 February 2012
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Words and Places

I’m a geek really, or a nerd, or even a bit of a freak when it comes to words; my excuse is that I’ve got Asperger’s Syndrome, and all we ‘Aspies’ have our obsessions…and words and language is my number one obsession. So it was no surprise that I’ve ended up writing articles about, and […]