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It's hard to think of a better place to have a hacking festival than Bletchley Park; home of Colossus, birthplace of the computer, location of the history of computing, with a grand mansion and close enough that we didn't need to get out of bed too early.

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Google have a decade's worth of my data and still they think I might like Britney Spears and Top Gear.

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Another look at the stats for our basket of UK charity sites. Quite why we keep them in a basket I don't know but here you go anyway.Read more
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There's no stopping me now. Here's another good reason to steer clear of automated cookie warnings.

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Why we're not plastering our sites with pop-up cookie warnings.

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Here's the July stats for our basket of UK charity websites.

IE8 down and mobile traffic up. HTML5 here we come...

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We were discussing whether we could realistically drop IE8 any time soon (hey, a man can dream) and looking through the usual sources of stats we wondered how accurately they reflected our audience of mainly UK-based charities.

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Don't truncate my Bleeping passwords...

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