Toys and games are a huge part of children’s lives growing up. I’m sure you remember your special toys when you were as little as six years old! I’m sure you can also agree that thanks to advancements in technology, toys are completely different nowadays.
Once gaming toys were introduced in the 1990s, it started to add extra pressure on basic soft toys or games. Film companies such as Disney were in demand to provide entertainment in new forms. Read More
At Daily we find it extremely important to build good relationships with our customers. As I’m sure you can see from our Facebook page, we try to encourage all of us at Daily to get involved in discussions. This enables you to see how we interact with each other as well as giving the opportunity to interact with others at Daily.
The troubled pinballing of the Digital Economy Act 2010 around the UK’s judicial processes highlights some rather jumbled thoughts when it comes to the responsibility of service providers for digital content. On the one hand, stakeholders are understandably keen to protect their work and tackle, in this case, copyright infringement. But on the other – how do we achieve effective legislative enforcement in the digital arena? Should service providers take some pro-active responsibility for how their services are used or the content that they house? Read More
When someone becomes bankrupt are you are obliged to make it public? This is deemed degrading, and definitely something that one would want to be forgotten. We are in control of our actions, however we are unable to control or predict the consequences of those actions. Furthermore, certain businesses receiving bad press have to face articles that may slander their name. Is it important for us to be faced with this information online, or should one be given the freedom to change it?
Arguably, a company should not be able to hide its flaws if they are important to everyday society. If we were to remove every article online, the facts and figures online will all be a web of hidden truths. We can not suppress free speech, but if we use our free speech online, we can never get it back. For example, when a celebrity uploads a photo or writes something online, it can never be forgotten. It can be argued that we are all entitled to voice our opinions when we want, and erase them when we don’t want. Read More
For those of you like myself who don’t consider yourself to be computer nerds, you may feel like you need simple ways to understand certain computer terminology online.
If I said VPS, would you know what that meant? VPS stands for Virtual Private Servers. By this, a Virtual Private Server is a hosting solution between shared hosting and dedicated server in terms of the features it offers. In other words, the VPS gives you a big amount of your own server resources. This is good when you have your own site as it would be caught in any server issues. Furthermore, it can be agreed that VPS is ideal for developers or resellers. But then again you probably already knew that. Read More
Social media can be applauded for its way of bringing people together. Social networking sites such as Facebook, is known for its ways of keeping up to date with friends, not missing birthdays and looking through photos of yourself.. (and others!)
Unfortunately, it has not been noted how bad social media can be. Shocking images, videos and hate campaigns circulate through the Internet, and there is nothing to do to prevent yourself from stumbling across it. Facebook is currently dealing with such matters:
Recently, several videos were circulating the site of people being decapitated. ”We will remove instances of these videos that are reported to us while we evaluate our policy and approach to this type of content,” it said. Read More