As of this month (June 2016), the vast majority of third-party apps and websites that use the Instagram API will no longer function, thanks to
This one proved most popular, followed by this one . They really couldn’t be more different.
We’ve given Jonathan’s website a digital lick of paint in preparation for his second solo album release. The ex-G4 star’s “Forever” is due to hit
Do you love the reflection you’re greeted with each morning in the bathroom mirror? If so, you’re sure to enjoy FaceWorthy, the social networking site
Lively, currently in beta, is Google’s answer to Second Life. The downloadable application allows you to create rooms, decorate them to your liking, then make
This week sees the relaunch of Lambie-Nairn’s brand identity, and Include has helped out by creating a spanking new website. The focus of the home
The official Downing Street YouTube Channel encourages visitors to post video questions to the Prime Minister. Big Gordon has promised on his nan’s eyes that
As expected, the auction giant has turned the feedback system on it’s head. eBay sellers are no longer permitted to leave negative or neutral feedback.
Our latest project, a fully searchable database of the UK and Ireland’s richest inhabitants, is now live. Find out how last year’s contenders have faired,
Swedish – it’s all Greek to me, but this viral piece for Tele2 is outstanding.
The Supermundane website has been updated with much niceness. It’s jolly nice – my digital niceometer is registering a solid 8.5. High fives to Anorak
A man called Ian is selling his life -literally all of it- on ebay, after having split from his wife. For your bid you get
The new BBC homepage, launched today, allows users to customise their experience by selecting content and creating garish colour schemes. It’s hardly a new idea,
This dude… he’s such… well… a dude! The proprietor of the Yes Bar in Berlin has taken narcissism to a new level with this panoramic
Ordering RAM is a tedious task, on a par with washing the dishes or peeling a banana for a man with no hands. So, when
For the more environmentally conscious of you, the German firm traumkriger (link for the Deutsch speaking among you) has started an interesting project informing us
Five viral microsites promoting the new MTV series Bedroom Diaries have been launched. Production by us here at Include. www.ipartypartypartyandmisbehave.com www.itfreaksmeoutthatiquitefancyherbutiquitefancyhimtoo.com www.inmyreligiongirlsaretotallyofflimits.com www.isleptwithsomeoneandthecontraceptiondidntworkandbroke.com www.isitsohardtofindaguythatisntatotalxxxxx.com You
Domino’s “Big Fantastic Deal” is a cracking idea! Users can build their own custom pizza, and, when happy with it, proceed to name their creation
We’ve just launched the official Jonathan Ansell website to coincide with the release of his debut album. You can find out all about Jonathan’s life,
If you have a penchant for baggy trousers and elaborate dance moves, you’re pretty much guaranteed to enjoy DanceJam, MC Hammer‘s new website, which is
The staff of The Onion’s A.V. Club encounter several thousand band names a year, whether by receiving albums, press releases or gig listings. Just as
Search behemoth Google has announced a new tool to rival Wikipedia. Currently known as “knol” (it stand for a unit of knowledge, apparently), its object
Independent traffic reports indicate that The New York Times has gained almost 3 million users since dropping its subscription model. This follows news that Friends
Rolling Stone magazine has launched its first digital edition, available free online. Declining sales have forced the magazine to explore alternative revenue streams; launching an
Ask.com has launched a UK map service similar to offerings from Google and Microsoft. The postcode for our office brings up the following result: Cheers
Yahoo! has launched KickStart, a “professional” social network aimed at college students and alumni. From first impressions, it appears to be a LinkedIn for students.
The Financial Times reports that Facebook is to launch in languages other than English as part of an ambitious international expansion programme. Facebook currently lags
VentureBeat reports than CafeMom , the social network for mothers, has raised an additional $5 million in funding. This follows news that Playboy has launched
I’ve been playing around the Tafiti beta, which uses Microsoft’s Silverlight technology. The system is little more than a proof of concept at the moment,
Twittervision is a fun Twitter / Google Maps mashup that shows a never-ending stream of banal Twitter messages in realtime from across the globe.