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Website of the Week – Overheard and Seen in Whitstable

Facebook page where Whitstable locals spend time moaning and arguing will have you in hysterics; welcome to an example of a modern day spouting...

Website of the Week: Donotpay.co.uk

Want to get out of paying a parking ticket? This could be your solution   Featured by The Independent last week, Donotpay.co.uk proved so popular that it...

Website of the Week: Milibond

Twitter account that turns Ed Miliband into a symbol of cool provides light relief for British voters   There’s nothing positive to say about Ed ‘Two...

Website of the Week: MyCloudtag app

MyCloudtag is a training companion that will improve your health and fitness levels   Designed using innovative gaming technology and principles, MyClougtag is an “exercise companion” that...

Website of the Week: Exaro

Exaro is a website that isn’t afraid to cover stories that have been inadequately covered by the mainstream media   Investigative journalism used to be the...

Website of the Week: Proper Kid Problems

American lifestyle website Proper Kid Problems is a sartorial zeitgeist   We’ve previously featured a British website that celebrates red trouser wearing sorts and now we...

Website of the Week: Its-not-Its.info

A site that shows you when to use it’s rather than its or vice versa   We all get grammar wrong. I’m particularly bad with “who”...

Website of the Week: Letters of Note

Correspondence that most certainly does deserve a wider audience   Lettersofnote.com was established in 2009 and gets more than 1.5 million visits per week. The website...

Website of the Week: Sirimo.co.uk

A website that explains the legal restrictions on the rights to take photographs   Knowing your rights when it comes to taking photographs – especially in...

Website of the Week: The Complaining Cow

A website that helps you complain more effectively   Some people whinge when things go wrong. Others do something about it. Some might consider the name...
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