Daniel Thawaites

Posted on November 11, 2008 16:45 by blything
We did a project recently for Daniel Thwaites. Worth a look for food & drink and accommodations / bookings systems.

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BBC Feature Skyline

Posted on February 5, 2008 17:41 by blything

The BBC have featured our interactive Liverpool skyline project, MyLiverpoolSkyline.com on the new flagship Liverpool 08 site.

Cool :)

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New Office Sign

Posted on January 23, 2008 13:50 by blything

Just got a new sign for the office. Mark at Phlex Imaging sorted it out for us.

Lovely :)

  

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Happy Xmas from Glow!

Posted on December 18, 2007 18:50 by blything

Brighten up your office with this festive fireplace

For all our friends this holiday season we made a festive screensaver. You can turn your computer into a warm glowing fireplace.

Like so:

 Glow New Media - festive fireplace

Neat huh, if a little kitch.. 

You can get it here: http://christmas.glow-internet.com

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Dont Look Down!

Posted on October 9, 2007 10:58 by phil

Thom and I jumped of a really big building for charity at the weekend and raised over £500 for Addaction.


 
Read the full story here

And heres a couple of scary photos.

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Happy 800th Birthday Liverpool!

Posted on September 11, 2007 17:40 by phil

Been a little busy at the glowplex recently..
We launched a little viral campaign to promote Liverpool and its world heritage skyline the other week.

 

Glow New Media teamed up with Liverpool Vision to create Interactive Liverpool Skyline - www.myliverpoolskyline.com which allows visitors to see what the skyline would look like if the Taj Mahal was in Liverpool city centre or with the worlds tallest tower – the CN Tower in Toronto – just behind the liver buildings.

So far, nine of the worlds most iconic buildings can be used. They include the Eiffel Tower, the Sydney Opera House, Sir Norman Foster’s “Gherkin” in London and the Statue of Liberty.

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