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Articles published in September 2010:

Sep 1 Audio Identities: Radio news themes

Audio Identities: Radio news themes

Robert Weedon | Wednesday 1st September 2010

As the Today programme dismisses the idea of having its own theme tune, Robert discusses why unlike TV, serious radio doesn't tend to have news themes, before looking at some examples from other national radio stations.


Sep 5 Usability and User Ability

Usability and User Ability

Simon Pitt | Sunday 5th September 2010

A few weeks ago I had to set up network drive for staff across the department. Why was this simple task quite so difficult?


Sep 12 Sky is After You

Sky is After You

Simon Pitt | Sunday 12th September 2010

Having bought the rights to the entire back catalogue of HBO, Sky is going after a different segment of the market. Simon looks at what Sky is up to.


Sep 19 How the News: Defines Itself

How the News: Defines Itself

Simon Pitt | Sunday 19th September 2010

Simon considers exactly what the news was and what it has become


Sep 22 Review: Soul Music

Review: Soul Music

Robert Weedon | Wednesday 22nd September 2010

Robert reviews one of Radio 4's hidden gems.


Sep 26 Perceived Quality

Perceived Quality

Simon Pitt | Sunday 26th September 2010

The world of technology sales is a confusing place for poor consumers. So why do people buy technology these days? Is it because they want the higher quality, or because they feel they should buy it. Come to that, can they even tell the difference?


Sep 28 Writing a Wikipedia Featured Article: part 1

Writing a Wikipedia Featured Article: part 1

Robert Weedon | Tuesday 28th September 2010

In the first of two articles, Robert discusses how to write a Wikipedia 'Featured Article', and why there aren't more of them about.


Sep 29 Writing a Wikipedia Featured Article: part 2

Writing a Wikipedia Featured Article: part 2

Robert Weedon | Wednesday 29th September 2010

Having had his article promoted to 'Featured Article' standard, Robert discusses what happened when Sherlock Holmes Baffled faced its toughest challenge yet - the Wikipedia front page.



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