There is no such thing as "Irish Whisky", there is, in fact, only "Irish Whiskey" - to the purist! The Irish and American spelling of the liquid fermented from grain comes with an 'e', whereas all the other countries brewing the liquid, like Scotland and Canada, drop the 'e'.

This may seem a little trivial or something that only comes up only in a pub quiz - but it has other knock on effects. Here are the keyword volumes for derivatives of both terms.…

The ever present debate on title tags and what is deemed its acceptable face. The agreed wisdom is that the title tag of a document will only be displayed to roughly 66-68 characters in Google. Other engines have their own set of rules. For example Yahoo will display strictly 120 characters.…

I've been a fan of QR Codes (2D Bar codes) for some time, looking at them first to see if I could utilise the technology to issue unique WAP links for various products. I could (and may still) and the technology is excellent in that respect, but the real problem was with their adoption, which was, well, lacklustre and fragmented. The technology allows you to capture a 2D code image with a mobile phone camera which is subsequently converted to one of a few (pre) chosen options.
The QR code could be pre coded to be a URL for the phone's browser; it could be text, an SMS or personal details.…