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Ealing Butchers & Charcutier are a butchers based in Ealing selling only the finest quality domestic breed and grass fed meat. They are located about a minute away from Ealing Common Tube Station. Their new website was launched on the 8th October 2015. The Brief Ealing Butchers & Charcutier required a new website to replace … Continued
The Safari Suit Hotel is a 14 room hotel based in historic Side in Turkey. Its new website was launched on the 11th May 2015. The Brief The Safari Suit Hotel recently come under new management and the new owners wished to relaunch the hotel website. The hotel already had a theme which was safari … Continued
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Thousands of Google Email users were given a rude awakening this week when Google accidentally reset their accounts. Initially it was thought as many as 500,000 of Gmail users were affected, however Google later revised this to about 40,000 of its 200 million users. But how can you protect yourself against this?