Archive | April, 2012


Speed Up Your WordPress Content Creation

One of the great features of WordPress is the ease at which you can add Pages and Posts to a site.  With a simple click you can create, edit and publish content.  So for a once off website creation you can be up and running in literally a few hours if you know what structures […]

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Paypal Users – Check Your Code!

Paypal are making some subtle, yet important, changes in how they handle redirects and landing pages for their merchants ie. those of us who use Paypal as a method of accepting payments. If you don’t accept payments using Paypal then this will not impact you. At the moment if you are an Irish Paypal user […]

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Blacknight Announce Available Positions In Carlow Office

Our latest press release went out this morning. Full text below:   Blacknight Announce Available Positions In Carlow Office Irish registrar and hosting company continues to grow despite economic downturn Blacknight is growing despite one of the toughest economic downturns on record. At a time when many companies are laying off staff and shuttering offices, […]

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social media dragons

Even Dragons Like Social Media

The Social Media Awards are in their second year (run by Mulley Communications). Last night the entries list was published and boy is it a long list! It’s so long that Damien and his team have had to split it up into sections: Social Media Effectiveness, Integrated, Social Media for Elections PR, State Body, Mobile […]

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Happy Easter 2012

Save Money Buy More Easter Eggs!

This weekend is Easter, which is a wonderful excuse for people to gorge themselves on chocolate eggs and other tasty goodies! Here at Blacknight we thought we’d be nice to people and help them save a bit of cash, so we’re giving a discount on 1 year .eu registrations AND we’re also giving a nice […]

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8 bit Google Maps showing our offices

Remember Low Resolution Graphics?

Today is April Fool’s Day, so a lot of people and companies are playing silly tricks on people. Google Maps currently has an option labelled “Quest” which displays maps using 8 bit graphics. It reminds me of when I first started using computers back in the 1980s. Computers were a lot less powerful – my […]

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