Monthly Archives: March 2010

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An unscientific assessment of Baidu

Google has finally left the Chinese market for search, so I thought I would try the alternative Baidu. My trial is gloriously unscientific in nature and not particularly rigorous. I.

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The problem with heroin, it’s very moreish!

It was proclaimed yesterday in the Daily Mail that ‘Junk food is as addictive as heroin’.  The word EXAGGERATION springs to mind.  Not that I doubt the scientific credentials of.

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Google UK Budget real-time update module

Google UK Budget realtime update module, originally uploaded by renaissancechambara. Google.co.uk searches for information on today’s budget featured a real-time scrolling box of the latest news and analysis appearing. Usually.

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The Budget – Main Points

The main points of the Budget as announced are as follows: ECONOMY The economy is expected to grow between at 1 and 1.5% in 2010 Growth forecast for 2011 revised.

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The Pre-Election Budget 2010- Preview

Well today is the day of the long-awaited pre-election budget. It is a budget presented in the backdrop of a slowly recovering UK economy, just weeks before a General Election..

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Our site

I have been giving some thought to the Ruder Finn UK presence, my ideas are at an early stage and thought I would ask you, the blog reader what you.

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Outrage at ACC- Who owns that red dress?

      The hot topic from the final day of this year’s American College of Cardiology (ACC) has got to be the big debate which took place between two.

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The Budget – don’t bet on it

A casual glance at the media in the last few weeks confirms that the opinion polls are all over the place, politicians are at each other’s throats, accusations and counter.

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The Tories are running a gauntlet by questioning Labour’s Union links

Recently, the Tories have been highlighting Labour’s links with the Unions, in particular Unite in a clear response to Labour’s Lord Ashcroft attacks. Without question Labour is closely connected with Unite, whose political.

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The Polls – Are they anything more than Disraeli’s ‘statistics’?

A foreign client asked us recently:  “We have been hearing so much about the UK General Election recently, could you clarify what is going on.”  Oh dear, we all groaned:.

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