Facebook is like an incredible walled garden. And as the platform matures, development and design agencies have pushed it’s boundaries, resulting in mixed blessings for the platform. In July, the BBC launched the Dr Who streaming service. For a few Facebook credits, non-UK residents can watch a select set of Dr Who episodes for up to 72 hours. Tim takes a look at the evolution of Facebook as a platform and how you can do the same as the BBC on shoe string budget.more
These posts all relate to recent studies normally done as part of either University research or Venture Skills internal research with clients and is often published as a synopsis.
East Coast Rail would appear to have a simple bug, which unfortunately has caused Tim more then a little bit of stress over the last few days.more
Tim takes a look at how to cope with privacy in online marketing campaigns, and the sad reality at the moment their is little you can do. But that doesn’t stop him looking forward to a more positive future.more
Tim takes a look at how to automate your subscription values across multiple currencies using burgers and IPods. Who would have thought counting burgers would be useful!more
While getting ready for timnash.co.uk 3.0 Tim tries to tackle the problem of following a user through out his various stats packages and various methods for coping with all this decentralised data.more