Thursday, December 11, 2008
Luxury Christmas & Chocolate Gifts at Thorntons
Your loved ones are dreaming of a chocolate Christmas... Continental selections, limited edition Christmas gifts and hampers brimming with delicious festive treats, Thornton’s has everything you need to make Christmas taste great.
Thornton’s is offering 3 for 2 on selected gifts and free standard delivery on orders over £40 when you quote code XAF3.
You can also get gift-wrapping and product icing on selected gifts and take the hassle out of Christmas by having the gifts delivered direct.
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Tuesday, December 09, 2008
Touchgraph works through FaceBook to create a large (png. format) pictograph of the network that IS your friends & family.
Here's a small version of mine. Click on it to link to the main picture on the AVIF website. The software utilises Java 1.5 to launch a browser on your pc after Adding the App from FaceBook. It then create stats of your network as well as the "powerful visualisation" of your "relationships between people, organisations and ideas". I'm not sure at this point how it rates friends but it is great fun, especially at the time of year when people should be sending greetings and thinking about friends & family & others. As Touchgraph quote "the greatest insights can be achieved not by sifting, but by looking at the big picture to see how items are connected."