A new Twitter trending website was launched recently called TweetJockey. It recreates trending topics on Twitter in the guise of a horse race. The more tweets a topic gets, the faster the horse goes until there’s a winner. Genius use or total waste of time - as always, the answer is … read more »
The ScoreComms office have spent most of the day humming the following xmas classics (as performed by Peter Griffin):
Facebook have today launched their attempt at routing together different types of message systems (messanger, email, sms etc) into one resource capable of aggregating all info into one place. Their main sell is simplicity. The main differentiator is the way in which noise is filtered out and how … read more »
A note to all of our web designer brothers and sisters out there...."here we go again!”
Now that's a phone! Or at least it would be if it existed…
Have you noticed the enhancements that Google have recently added to the user experience? To the right of the search box you will now see a small note saying: “Instant Search is on”. This function is Google’s attempt at a predictive text function that suggests what it is that you … read more »
We are delighted to announce the opening of our new offices in central Brighton. Our new premises are directly next to Brighton's famous Royal Pavillion on Marlborough Parade.
Headed up by Score's Programming Director, Laurence Nash, our new office will draw upon a vibrant search and digital scene … read more »
Our video production partners, Insitu Digital have created a great little video highlighting the “Seven Deadly sins of webinars and how to avoid them.”
Take a look at the video here: http://www.insitudigital.com
First we learnt that Aaron Sorkin (of West Wing fame) was producing a film all about the origins of Facebook, “the Social Network”:
It was only a matter of time before someone pulled this together:
Following the recent news that Google is going to let “Wave” slowly slip into the great web cloud in the sky, Techcrunch have written a really interesting post-mortem that outlines what went wrong and why Wave never fulfilled its potential.
Two things we’d add to this article: