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Zen Monthly, an eclectic mix of Internet news, tips, and commentary from across the Web for independent professionals, small businesses and home users

Zen Monthly, an eclectic mix of Internet news, tips, and commentary from across the Web for independent professionals, small businesses and home users
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Zen Monthly, an eclectic mix of Internet news, tips, and commentary from across the Web for independent professionals, small businesses and home users

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Zen Monthly - September 2014

9/1/2014
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Cookery Class: Meet your transparency obligations with Google guidelines. Cyber Travels: Measure your Earthly knowledge with SmartyPins or get lost with GeoGuessr. That's All She Wrote: Dot your 'I's and cross your 'T's in style at Auntie's College of Journalism. But First: Let's Take Over The Times.

Duration:00:10:45

Zen Monthly - August 2014

8/1/2014
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Slow me the way to go home: A Barcelona team is mapping the roads less travelled. Seeing the world in slow motion: It involves a big shiny helmet, but there's also a DIY alternative. Battery powered trousers: The latest thing in legwear from Leicester. Only 18 by 18 pixels: The world's smallest Web site.

Duration:00:11:10

Zen Monthly - July 2014

7/1/2014
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C'est Infinit: Send files straight to friends' desktops with help from the French. Vive la différence: Sometimes your content will go viral, sometimes it will drown in the surf. Ryman and Bic: Joined-up handwriting and saving the world one font at a time. Pinterest search: Is it better than Bing?

Duration:00:12:19

Zen Monthly - June 2014

6/1/2014
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Natural air fresheners: desktop plants to clear workplace toxins. Bitcoin bytes back: the crypto currency gets big name backers. Happening now on the Internet: where to watch it go by. Forget about it: telling Google to stop digging up the past. Site elevation: telling Google your Web pages deserve better ranking.

Duration:00:10:41

Zen Monthly - May 2014

5/1/2014
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Nostalgic times: Download free copies of complete comics and magazines from 1930s to 1980s. Wish you could write like Hemingway? There's an app for that. Wish you could carry on regardless with Windows XP? The Register says you can. Finally: A cure for Comic Sans and how to release text locked in graphics.

Duration:00:10:47

Zen Monthly - April 2014

4/1/2014
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In this month's issue: Sensible advice and best options listed as XP faces the final curtain. Is SEO dead or alive? The Guardian can't make up its mind. Know it all anyway? Take the Blog SEO Quiz. How to acquire always-on photographic memory with tiny technology and learning to love the Internet without learning code.

Duration:00:11:46

Zen Monthly - March 2014

3/3/2014
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In this month's issue: Full-copy magazines and newspapers exactly as printed but now much cheaper online. Not home improvement - the flat-pack retailer fishing for personal information on your hard drive. Pound shop rivals trying to transfer high street success to the Web, and Social Media for beginners - an A to Z guide.

Duration:00:12:07

Zen Monthly - February 2014

2/3/2014
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In this month's issue: Why e-mail marketing still wins most sales; How to create a finger-tapping page turner; A better way to stop Web site visit trackers that follow you everywhere; Winning a $50,000 summertime bonus with your next e-commerce site - and appropriate explanations for your trip to balmy San Francisco this week.

Duration:00:10:14

Zen Monthly - January 2014

1/2/2014
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In this month's issue: Get ready for Google 2014; Win free marketing from Saatchi & Saatchi; Try the top ten free tools measuring ROI and social success; Get free help selling overseas from British Chambers of Commerce online; Trending nearby - how to find the local news stories generating social media buzz close to home.

Duration:00:13:54

Zen Monthly - December 2013

12/2/2013
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In this month's Internet miscellany newsletter for business and home users: Apps in your phone collecting more data than Google; how you can watch all the watchers who follow you online; why you should take care on Facebook to avoid embarrassment and much worse; plus - a very different search engine finding Web site source code snippets, competitor backlinks and much more.

Duration:00:12:57

Zen Monthly - November 2013

11/1/2013
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In this month's Internet miscellany newsletter for business and home users: Where kids can learn easy programming, where you can find all the tweets ever tweeted, where everyone can listen to all the words the world has spoken, where you can see how to publish your own words for Kindle, or put together quite a lot of them to get yourself in Google's good books.

Duration:00:11:25

Zen Monthly - October 2013

10/1/2013
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In this month's Internet miscellany newsletter for business and home users: Top tips on social media marketing from successful SMEs and a giant of online retail, surprising sources and data mining tools for new blog and site content, a one-stop escape hatch with exit buttons for all the sites and services that hate to see you go and - Cracking Kindle with Lego - it's a real page turner.

Duration:00:13:28

Zen Monthly - September 2013

9/2/2013
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In this month's Internet miscellany newsletter for business and home users: The Angel CoFund - More government money for more businesses in more areas of Britain. Staying anonymous - The search engine that claims to run the tightest ship on the Internet when it comes to protecting your privacy. Name that star - The suggestion email box where you too can name a newly found heavenly body.

Duration:00:15:02

Zen Monthly - August 2013

8/1/2013
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In this month's Internet miscellany newsletter for business and home users: Learning on the go - the new up close and personal search assistant for your smartphone. Teaching Web browsers new tricks - is it possible they could get along without plug-ins? Making money from security checks - turning CAPTCHAs into cash machines. And - obscuring OCR - the extremist fonts designed to baffle fly-by bots.

Duration:00:14:07

Zen Monthly - July 2013

7/1/2013
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In this month's Internet miscellany newsletter for business and home users: Learning on the go - the new up close and personal search assistant for your smartphone. Teaching Web browsers new tricks - is it possible they could get along without plug-ins? Making money from security checks - turning CAPTCHAs into cash machines. And - obscuring OCR - the extremist fonts designed to baffle fly-by bots.

Duration:00:12:54