The Internet Monthly: July 2012

The Internet Monthly PodcastThe Internet Monthly is a monthly podcast featuring 10 or so short Internet related articles, tips and tricks and a regular search engine of the month feature.

In this month’s issue you can learn about the nine year old blogger and her school dinners plus smart cities and a search engine to interrogate them.

You can also discover why an Australian web shop is taxing users of Microsoft’s Internet Explorer 7 and how marketers are making use of empty High Street stores.

This podcast is derived from a monthly newsletter published by Zen Internet and recorded and produced by Silicon Bay. The podcast is reproduced by kind permission of Zen Internet.

This Month’s Podcast

The Internet Monthly – July 2012:

Play

Or, download: podcast_jul12.mp3 [15’ 01”, 6.9MB]

This Month’s Articles

This month’s edition of The Internet Monthly podcast contains the following articles. A list of links associated with each article are included for reference:

  1. GOVERNMENT SEEKS CITY OF TOMORROW – £24 million for Smart Cities
  2. SMART MONEY FOR EURO START-UPS – European innovation encouraged
  3. POP-UP MARKET TESTING – Making use of empty High Street shops
  4. CREATIVE WEBINAR WEEK – Adobe promoting UK creativity
  5. BEST NEW FONTS THIS YEAR – New fonts to inspire your creativity
  6. ENIGMA CODE BREAKER CELEBRATED – Alan Turing’s birth centenary
  7. MESSAGE FROM MARTHA – School dinners and the 9 year old blogger
  8. HOTTEST SOCIAL SITE YOU’VE NEVER HEARD OF – Free e-books galore
  9. TAXING TIMES FOR IE7 – Australian online shop taxes IE7 users
  10. PROTECTED SEARCH – How to hide your search activities from Google
  11. SEARCH ENGINE OF THE MONTH – Search engine for multimedia environment generated content

Zen Internet logo This podcast is sponsored and reproduced by kind permission of Zen Internet Limited. The music on the podcast was provided courtesy of Will Tang.

Share this Page!

Subscribe to Get the Latest Posts

Subscribe for free to get my latest blog posts delivered directly to your email inbox.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>