Online forum gives opportunity for knowledge-sharing
OK, so it's a bit late in the day to get evangelical about the web. But I would advise even the most hardened Luddites to take a look at the AJ's website, at www.ajplus.co.uk. The online discussion forum, launched this week, is not simply another outlet for bored computer nerds, but a highly focused tool for harnessing readers' knowledge and, potentially, a means of receiving expert and highly-tailored advice free of charge. All readers are welcome to put up any queries relating to ...
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