Monthly Archives: July 2008

July’s homepage reviewed

Posted by Ian A quick look at what you thought of the site this month. Conceptual designs for floating cities, 30 (count ’em!) choice cars in Grand Theft Auto IV and the month’s must-see films numbered amongst the most popular … Continue reading

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Major Major Major Major

Posted by Ian Remember this man? Well he’s back. Back in print, that is. And, for the first time in almost 20 years, he’s appearing in sentences full of positive words. Dip into any newspaper from the last couple of … Continue reading

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June’s homepage reviewed

Posted by Laura What got you clicking Big Brother fever swept Britain throughout June, so it’s no surprise that this year’s show, with its controversial characters and two housemates removed, has proved popular among you, our users. The axing of … Continue reading

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A news summary of discontent

Posted by Ian "Are we facing a summer of discontent?" a BBC news presenter wondered, earlier this morning. NOOOOO! If there’s one journalistic cliche above all else that gets me riled, it’s that one. Every single time there’s industrial action … Continue reading

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A new-look MSN UK homepage

Posted by Dom Many of you will have logged on this morning and noticed a couple of design changes to the MSN UK homepage. One of the biggest alterations involves our ‘slideshow’ at the top of the page, where we … Continue reading

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If you don’t want to know what this blog is about, look away now

Posted by Ian We always try to bring you the most important news stories of the day as quickly as we can. But there have been a few instances recently where we’ve had to think twice. We know, from a … Continue reading

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