Hi-tech, product photo shoot going on in the Yogi studios

In the absence of anything more suitable, we’ve ingeniously applied the use of crockery to stabilise the background in this high-tec product photoshoot.

We reckon this may catch on, so we’re patenting the idea, so that David Bailey can’t thieve it.

This time next year, we’ll be millionaires.


Tomorrow is D-Day for all you people who have a website that uses cookies. Comply or the G-Man are gonna break down your doors and drag you off to clink.

Maybe a bit over the top, but as it is legislation for all websites that use cookies, pretty much every website out there needs to comply. Even for the cookies you didn’t even realise were an issue, such as:

  • Google Analytics
  • E-commerce shopping carts
  • Any website that has a log in
  • Any forms that remember info
Not sure what to do? Get in touch and we’ll try and help you out.

The answer to perpetual energy

Per-pet-ual energy, hur hur hur …

I think the picture says it all really.

No idea where it came from so sorry I can’t credit it.

The Last of Us

And so it seems graphics keep getting better and better! Take a look at the latest PS3 game to come out of the Naughty Dog studio and realise games are getting scarily close to reality. Soon we may actually have an actual proper, real life tea making simulator that is so real you can taste the tea.

One of the biggest IT companies in the world is to ban internal email

Boss of ATOS cites that staff spend upwards of 15 hours a week reading internal email – the majority of which is irrelevant to the individual.

Thinking about it, it is a great idea as most new employees coming from colleges and schools may have seldom used email and relied more on social networking and instant messaging services.

Obviously this won’t replace external email, but makes sense … sort of.

Source BBC News