A CAMPAIGN has been launched to try to get the nine million Brits who are still not online to connect to the Internet.
Apparently there are nine million of you
Mon Oct 18 2010,
The UK's "Get online" week has been kicked off with the message that getting online can help to save all you clueless Brits, who aren't reading this anyway because... you're not yet online, both money and time.
You can see what events and courses are happening in your area on the "Get Online" campaign website.
A number of leading celebrities will be shown getting online and using the Internet for the first time. Apparently the BBC's Sir Terry Wogan will act as a web ambassador.
Just to reach the older generation, a scenario will be shown in which a character in Radio 4's The Archers will be given their first computer lesson. So listen out for that one, it could be a show stopper.
Google and McDonalds are sponsoring the campaign and are running events of their own throughout the month.
"Get online week is the biggest digital inclusion event to date with 3,000 events planned across the UK, helping 80,000 people to get online," notes the event's website at getonlineweek.com.
Apparently new learners at the many events planned all across the UK will play a splash & grab themed game in order to improve their basic mouse-control skills, as well as being encouraged to register for myguide online courses.
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