So, we’ve reached the final part of our look at how the ‘log-in’ or ‘home’ [if you’re unregistered!] pages of the major social networking websites have changed, especially in their relation to being a shop window for the service that is membership of each particular website. We’ve looked at Twitter and Youtube, and at the […]

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After the intense rollercoaster ride of allegations into the News of the World’s phone-hacking scandal, News Corporation and Rupert Murdoch have made the decision to pull the plug on one of Britain’s best selling tabloids. A memo was only passed round to staff and press members today, but given the pasting that News of the […]

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Activists hoping to raise awareness of the crisis and massacres in Libya gathered at Teesside University, Middlesbrough today in order to protest outside the Student Union. Unprecedented protests in the Libya’s capital, Tripoli, have been countered by extreme force used by the country’s army, with gunfire being heard into the early hours of morning, and […]

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As we all know, election day is almost upon us. Listening to the grapevine, you’d be forgiven for thinking that Gordon Brown is almost certainly going to be receiving the political beating-of-all-beatings. Backed by “Chancellor Boring”, and his very own “Merry Band of Backstabbers”, our current Prime Minister needs all the help he can get […]

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