Kicking off the working week and hearing Paul Simon and Sting just announced a gig together in Glasgow is enough for us to go searching for the best songs by both (Englishman in New York & You Can Call Me Al respectively of course). If you disagree, then tweet us and let us know which you think arebetter. And while you’re at it, you should see what we’re reading about on Twitter this morning.
Don’t forget too that we’re off to Brighton SEO next week and are holding a little round table while there. All sounds very quaint, but it will be a fun round table to get involved with if you’re going to be in Brighton too. You can read a more bit about it here.
Here’s what we’ve been reading up on this morning while waiting for the coffee to brew:
For parents out there who have had a near breakdown after the kids somehow managed to accrue 10,000 extra points by putting the credit card to good use while playing ‘harmless’ games, Google is offering refunds for some lucky folk.
Google Agrees To Pay $19 Million In Refunds For Unauthorized In-App Charges Incurred By Kids: http://t.co/iYQBuYZRPe
— App Promotion Summit (@apppromotion) September 8, 2014
Dropping links in forums is akin to reading and taking the questions on Yahoo Answers seriously i.e. don’t do it folks.
Password generators in the browser could be a good thing, just as long as you can remember the password for your passwords.
Google tests password generator in Chrome browser http://t.co/6znGqfQhpS
— Web Design Dublin (@MyITwebdesign) September 8, 2014
Twitter: great for finding out news on breaking stories. Facebook: great for hearing a celebrity has died from 100 different friends.
Aracde games? Check. Coffee? Check. Possibility of it being nearby. Check. Intrigued? Oh yes.
— CartridgeCafe (@CCsGlasgow) September 7, 2014