31st Mar 2008
When you're on the telephone, make your home office sound like a thriving office.
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Microsoft Office 2003
... this new package includes programs, servers, services, and solutions designed to work together to help address a broad array of business problem [...]
Stigma of the home office vanishing
Clive Thompson considers what the implications of working from a home office. [...]
Petition for accessible government websites
I recently signed a petition asking the Prime Minister to "ensure that any website launched by the government complies with accessibility standar [...]
nice mix on the eskimo recordings site: follow the office listening link. [...]
OpenOffice.org 7 years old
Today, the only real alternative to Microsoft Office, OpenOffice.org celebrates its 7th birthday. [...]
First day back at work since the holidays. In summary: started bad and got worse before looking up.The train station was emptier than a Scottish pay [...]
Wrap text round a curvy, rounded, odd-shaped image
It produces valid but unsematic XHTML and CSS. It's called The Box Office, and you simply provide a url for your image to shape your text round. It [...]
Web 2.0: A step backwards for accessibility?
In 2004 the Disability Rights Commission (DRC) undertook a survey of over 1,000 UK websites and found just 19 percent managed to reach Level 'A' of WC [...]
If you are on a budget and need software like Microsoft Office components Word, Excel and Powerpoint then OpenOffice.org could be the perfect solution [...]
Companies to update websites and email footers before 2007
Every company should list its company registration number, place of registration and registered office address on its website as a result of an update [...]