Let your fingers do the walking

12th March 2004 at 00:00
The annual BETT show at Olympia London is the heaven and hell of educational ICT. You find inspiring ideas and people, and, well, the rest can just wear you out. But if you still yearn for more, you can have it - playing the BETTmania game. It's a real computer game created for educational ICT service company Edicts as a pilot for this year's show. By next BETT, however, it will have a more serious purpose - as a marketing vehicle.


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