Making Money From Instagram

The latest trends suggest that at least among the younger generation, people are starting to move away from Facebook and onto other social platforms.  Facebook is of course still extremely popular but there’s no doubt that it’s demographics are changing.   Your much more likely to see your parents and grandparents on Facebook than children, […]

Learning about the History of Mathematics

For many years, computing lessons in schools certainly in the UK where linked directly with the mathematics departments. Indeed I was among the first to experience a UK computer curriculum and this was pretty much dumped on our unsuspecting maths tutors who could barely turn on the console linked to our central mainframe. Obviously there’s […]

Cybercrime and the Legal Framework

Twenty years ago the concept of cybercrime was virtually unknown, yet today it’s one of the biggest criminal sectors across the globe. The advantages to criminals are fairly obvious, high reward and often extremely low risk. Often these crimes cross international borders and hence jurisdiction can often be a real problem for prosecutions and investigations. […]

Using an IPad for Designers and Architects

Although for the most part, the iPad has been met with serious acclaim across the world. There have been some mutterings of discontent from some high performance users who see it as something of a backward step in mobile computing. With prices of storage and disk space plunging, we have all been handed the capacity […]

BBC Abroad – BBC Blocking VPN Access

Many people use VPNs (Virtual Private Networks) for security reasons, primarily because they create a secure, encrypted tunnel across the open architecture of the internet.  Many firms use them as a secure method of allowing remote users to access corporate file servers and email systems from anywhere in the world.  It has to be said […]