Monthly Archives: October 2007

What do Young People Expect from ICT?

I came across a report that the JISC have commissioned involving a survey of 16 – 18 year old children who aim to attend University. The report identifies that the use of technology is an intrinsic part of these peoples … Continue reading

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Memories from the past

A former colleague from Northern College of Education sent me a link to the following video which caused me to reminis about the period of time (16 years) I worked for this organization. The video features a sequence of pictures … Continue reading

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Crovie – more information

There is a fair bit is history about Crovie (which I have always pronounced as ‘Crivie’) so I thought it would be worth providing some links to provide some additional context to my last post. When you Google for Crovie … Continue reading

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Holiday – Crovie October 2007

We have just returned from a very enjoyable and relaxing holiday at Crovie. Crovie is a coastal village on the Moray Firth coast of Aberdeenshire. It was like taking a few steps back in time I have to say. For … Continue reading

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T – Shirts – thing of the future ;-)

Check this article out which provides details of a new dimension to clothing. The T Shirt featured cans sense if there is a WiFi network in the near vicinity and also indicate what the signal strength of it is. Click … Continue reading

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