Monthly Archives: June 2010

>How thin can you go?


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The new Samsung LED 9000 TV is here
Don’t miss the exclusive launch of the new pencil-thin 7.98mm Samsung LED 9000 TV at Harrods, between 24-30th June.

Inspired by nature, the brushed steel sculpture-like exterior of the LED 9000 echoes sophistication and refinement. Subtle colour tones change to reflect its surroundings. And the translucent neck offers a sense of weightlessness, making it our most beautifull creation to date.

The LED 9000 epitomises our passion for intelligent technology too, with Full HD and 3D immersive viewing capabilities, Mega Contrast ratio, Internet@TV and wireless connectivity as standard.

Visit Harrods between 24-30th June and experience exquisite design, attention to detail and TV viewing at it’s ultimate best. Available nationwide from 1st July.

Or simply take a look at the Samsung LED 9000 TV in more detail now.

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>Test post from my Blog


>This is a Test post from my Blog at 21:27 on 24/06/2010

>LLUK calls for more providers to embed technology in their teaching


>”Nearly half of adults would feel more confident using technology in the workplace if it had been incorporated more into their education and training, according to a new survey.”

LLUK calls for more providers to embed technology in their teaching – FE News

>The way forward after Becta


>”It is too late to save Becta now that the new Conservative-Liberal coalition has signed the warrant. But what can and should be rescued and how can the core essentials be carried on? Devolution of decision making down to individual and institutional levels must not mean the loss of collective knowledge and understanding of what works in ICT for further education and skills.”

Seb Schmoller of ALT talked to FE News about the demise of Becta, read the full article.

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