Is there life after ICT?

18th June 2004 at 01:00
Is there life after ICT? Yes actually, and a pretty cool one too for Charlie Griffiths who, as director of the National Literacy Association, was a well-regarded champion of ICT (one of her projects supplied children in care with handheld Psion computers). Charlie has whipped out the stilettos and gone on stage and in to the recording studio with her band, State of Undress.

Their first album came out earlier this year and there is great interest in their single, Follow Me Down, inspired by the eponymous and acclaimed Julie Hearn novel. Good luck in your new career from all who had the pleasure to work with you.

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