The Government extended its bid to "banish technophobia" in the UK last week by launching a "hands-on" IT campaign.
Called IT For All, it is the latest plank of the government's Information Society Initiative to cast out the nation's fear of technology. The public will be encouraged to use IT for work and play by taking part in events led by business, industry, local government and voluntary sector partners.
Ian Taylor, minister for science and technology, said: "It will demonstrate that companies can show the public the social and commercial advantage of IT."
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