Wednesday, 12 March 2008

This blog has moved!!

This blog has moved. I'll now be posting new articles (on a much more regular basis) on my new domain of

Read all my new articles now at Web 2.0 & Usability Blog

By Adam Moss

Tuesday, 12 February 2008

Download YouTube Videos

If you've ever wanted to download a video from YouTube to watch anytime on your computer or phone, the's online FLV - AVI/MOV/MP4/3GP/Mp3 converter is a great solution. It also caters for most pieces of hardware.

It converts YouTube videos to:

AVI (for Windows), MOV (for Macs), MP4 (for iPods), 3GP (for Mobile Phones), MP3 (if you only want the audio)

By Adam Moss

Thursday, 7 February 2008

High Keyword Density and Over-Optimization

I've recently found a useful tool for assessing how well your website has been optimized for keywords. You simply enter your URL into the density checker where it counts how many words you have on a page, and presents the most popular ones in a tag cloud. Give it a try:

Keyword Density Checker

How to avoid over-optimization is contained in a few simple guideline, which helps you analyze the results from your check. It generally says that a percentage score of between 3% and 7% is recommended. Any higher percentage than this may be regarded as keyword stuffing, something which Google will penalize by reducing your search engine rankings.

By Adam Moss

Saturday, 2 February 2008

New direction for this blog...

Following a lack of diversity in posts, most of which were based on Internet articles, I've decided to rename this blog and focus it on Internet usability and it will have an emphasis on my specialist area of Web 2.0 technologies. My knowledge of science and technology is fairly limited so my articles should be more focused from now on.

To celebrate, here's an awesome Web 2.0 isometric city:

Adam Moss

Monday, 7 January 2008

Intergovernmental Panel Climate Change Report

It's a pretty comprehensive and damning assessment about the effects and consequences of the current warming of the earth's climate. If you're in doubt over the validity of scientific claims on climate change, have a read of the IPCC 4th Assessment Report 2007, assembled by the world's leading scientists and available for everyone to see.

Click here:

By Adam Moss

Saturday, 22 December 2007

The Four Horsemen

Available now to watch online is a two hour discussion between the four most intellectual minds in the religion-atheism debate, dubbed as 'The Four Horsemen'. It's relaxed, honest and very fascinating to watch, and also shows them reasoning that there are weaknesses in their side of the arguement.

Watch The Four Horsemen on Google Video:

Hour 1
Hour 2

By Adam Moss