Feeling short on festive spirit? Why not play our new viral game Santa Sorter at santasorter.com!
Adobe have released a beta version of Photoshop CS3. Available as a universal binary, this is sure to come as good news to users of
Clearly not wanting to be accused of dragging their heels following the recent Firefox 2 release, the team has just released version 3 of its
Include Digital, in collaboration with design agency Mook, have recently completed work on a CD-Rom for The Sunday Times. Distributed with the newspaper on Sunday
Netimperative has published an article listing the top 20 fastest growing UK websites. Retail sites represent nearly half of the top 20, demonstrating the eagerness
Every year since 1952, the The New York Times’ Book Review has asked a panel of judges to make a selection from among the several
Junk email tracking and intelligence company Spamhaus have released their “Top 10 Most Wanted” list. Responsible for a staggering 80% of all spam in Europe
The new beta of Skype 3.0 is available for download, boasting Firefox and IE browser extensions for click-to-call SkypeOut functionality. If you’re happy to miss
He-of-many-Riks Lomas has launched Microsummaries.org, an online resource dedicated to the Microsummaries feature in Firefox 2. Microsummaries – next big thing or white elephant? More
Include Digital are proud to announce that we have been retained by FremantleMedia to design and build a series of branded HTML emails. The six
Adobe have updated Flash Player 9 to support full-screen playback in both the standalone and browser-based players. Full-screen playback is subject to a number of
For a recent project, I needed to make a call to a Flash function from a link in the HTML page in which it was
An invite to the private beta of Microsoft’s user-generated video site Soapbox arrived in my inbox today. A direct rival to Google’s YouTube, is Soapbox
Google have launched Google Docs, yet another online application. Merging Google Spreadsheets with Docs (originally Writely, purchased by Google earlier this year), the service is
Include Digital, in colloboration with SOUK Response, have completed work on a Flash tour showcasing the features and benefits of mymarket’s online ordering and fulfilment
Google seem set to purchase video sharing site YouTube in a staggering $1.6 billion deal, if rumours are to be believed. Google’s own video service
flixn is a new service allowing users to record video directly from a webcam and save it to the web. The process is as simple
Nintendo have confirmed that the forthcoming Wii console will support Flash via its embedded Opera Browser. There’s no news yet on which version of the
This site features a beautiful selection of sculptures made from single sheets of A4 paper.
We’re currently working on a new web presence for Heavenly, scheduled for launch in October.
Microsoft have released the beta version of Windows Live Writer, a desktop application for composing blog entries. The software features WYSIWYG authoring, photo publishing, map
Go2Web is an interactive, searchable directory of Web 2.0 websites. All the usual suspects are there (YouTube, Flickr, last.fm etc.), but the site is well
Online retailer Amazon has launched Amazon Unbox, a service allowing users to purchase and download movies and video content. The service is only compatible with
I’ve used SmartFTP for a good few years now and am very happy with it. It transfers files both up and down from the internet;
Google have launched Google Image Labeler, a “game” created to help improve the quality of search results returned by Google Images. It’s an intriguing concept:
Emmy Huang, the Flash Player Product Manager at Adobe, has posted an article on her blog discussing the recently released penetration figures for Flash Player
Time Magazine have unveiled their top 50 websites for 2006. A number of predictable favourites such as YouTube, MySpace and Digg make the cut; lesser-known
The evergreen Helvetica is celebrated in a new documentary film by Gary Hutswit, scheduled for release in 2007, the 50th anniversary year of the typeface.
Snipplr is a public source code repository that allows users to post and share classes, functions and code fragments. The site offers downloadable code packages