Monthly Archives: September 2010

How hard is it to live without paper?

It’s the end of the week, so apart from meaning we have the weekend to look forward to; it also means that the paperless office challenge has come to an end. So, how did we get on? Well, we’re the … Continue reading

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The Paperless Office Challenge

This week, in the name of helping out the environment we will be trying out a paperless office. What does this mean? Basically, trying to cut out printing out documents and making notes on the computer rather than on paper … Continue reading

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Want early access to WeForest?

Here at Digital 2.0 we are making you an offer you can’t refuse! How about if we told you, you can help save the world whilst getting to be one of the first people to play our exciting new game? … Continue reading

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Games you can believe in!

Many of us guiltily object to being stopped in the streets by representatives from charities who just want a ‘minute of our time.’ Mostly we object because we are busy people with busy lives, we’re on our way to meet … Continue reading

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Why your mum is playing Farmville

I have some news for you, either it will come as a complete surprise or confirm your suspicions. Your Mum plays Farmville. Ok, ok, I don’t know your Mum and I can’t say for definite anything about her social gaming … Continue reading

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Welcome to iSchool

You may remember last week’s article about how schools are failing to engage with kids in ICT lessons. Well one school in Scotland is embracing the world of cutting edge technology in education and has bought every one of its … Continue reading

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The Kids aren’t Alright with ICT – According to Royal Society study

Young people today are more engaged with technology than ever before. Most parents with teenage children will agree that their kids spend a large proportion of their time glued to computer or TV screens. Whilst many parents are left bewildered … Continue reading

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