Monthly Archives: March 2013

In a Word….

Well, here we are again, end of another epic week and the much awaited Microsoft Word exam.  I have had a touch of man flu too, so if I have been a bit of a grumpy sod, I do apologise.  … Continue reading

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Thursday is the new Friday!!!!!!!!

Well it’s the end of another week, and as a bonus it’s Easter, so 5 days off yay!!!!!!!!!!! Had my project marked today, and only had to make a couple of little alterations.  Adding a few more Google searches to … Continue reading

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Discussion 2 – Runescape

My discussion is going to be about a game called Runescape, the creators of Runescape are a company called Jagex LTD based in Cambridge, England. The game was released in 2001          , over 200 million accounts … Continue reading

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Hey Look, A Blog Post!

Apparently my project (Pastafarianism) went down well – I’m told it meets all the standards of ESW ICT. The term ‘Woot’ might be apt. Also, just had my Word processing exam – answered everything, so went quite well.

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No idea what to call this blog, blog.

I have spent the week preparing for the ECDL Word exam, doing the frustrating For Skills and I genuinely cannot remember the rest. The exam seemed to go well, I didn’t have a clue what Sentence case meant until I … Continue reading

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Half Time

What a stressful week it has been! I was on work placement for two days and all of a sudden, I’m struggling to keep up with the others. The Ron Paul Project – wouldn’t that be a great name for … Continue reading

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Paper aeroplanes project

My application of number project was about paper aeroplanes. I started off by creating a paper plane by myself using whatever method I wanted. After I did that I searched the internet for a website that would have different methods … Continue reading

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