Archive for the ‘David H’ Category

RADAR People of the Year Human Rights Awards 2010

Tuesday, December 7th, 2010

On Monday 29th November 2010 despite the deep snow and travel disruptions I managed to get down to London to attend the RADAR PEOPLE OF THE YEAR HUMAN RIGHTS AWARDS.  I, alongwith other young members of the Council for Disabled Children Steering Group had been shortlisted for the Young Person of the Year Award. Whilst we did not win the award it was a real honour just to be there on the night, with lots of inspiring speakers, fine food and glittering lights.  Please have a watch of my video from the event.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1FyYxRCNPm4

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Employability

Wednesday, November 17th, 2010

Employability

ICT Innovation

Monday, October 11th, 2010

Investigate ICT Innovationscreensave

Internet Safety Assessment

Sunday, October 10th, 2010

 

Internet Safety

Define what a virus is?

A computer virus is a small software program that is designed to infect a computer. These spread from one computer to another. They often are sent in E mail messages, instant messenger or downloads from the internet

Provide details of 3 different viruses

Logic Bomb- These destroy data on computer.

They can go undetected for a long time.

They do not replicate

Trojan horse- This a programme which damages data on hard drives

Resident virus- This is a permanent virus which lives in RAM memory

Boot Virus- This affects the boot section of the hard drive

This makes it impossible to boot or start the computer

Give 2 examples of antivirus software

 Symantec

This is used by my college

 AVG

Most popular free anti virus software in 2010.

The 2011 version is now available

This is the software I use at home

How does anti virus software work?

This software works by performing full system scans

It will search your computer and all its files and stored data

It will quarantine any files that are infected It will repair or delete to get rid of the virus this will protect your network There are many different types of software on the market

It is important to do this regularly and keep it updated

Business & ICT Assessment

Sunday, October 10th, 2010

 

Assessment

Stuart Aitken 12.10.10

Payment terms – Dell

Pictures

Strap lines – As seen on TV – Sun Life

If you are aged 50 to 85 and you can afford 20p a day

you’re in – Sun-life

A breathtaking spot – Pitlochry theatre

This is where it all comes together for you – Dell

There’s so much she could tell you – Plan UK

Graphics and Images

Charity Uk Plan – Images of a happy child

Sound-bytes from previous success stories

Details of how donation benefits

Dell  Gives pictures

Provides specs of products

Compares products

Highlights promotion with T Mobile

Sun Life Fussy Layout

Format messy

Chance of a lifetime promise

Payment terms – Dell

Pictures

Strap lines – As seen on TV – Sun Life

If you are aged 50 to 85 and you can afford 20p a day

you’re in – Sun-life

A breathtaking spot – Pitlochry theatre

This is where it all comes together for you – Dell

There’s so much she could tell you – Plan UK

 

Graphics and Images

Charity Uk Plan – Images of a happy child

Sound-bytes from previous success stories

Details of how donation benefits

 

Dell  Gives pictures

Provides specs of products

Compares products

Highlights promotion with T Mobile

 

Sun Life Fussy Layout

Format messy

Chance of a lifetime promise

Planning for Success

Wednesday, September 8th, 2010

I want to be a film editor, be a actor for a film or on TV and star in a big movie one day, and maybe get on a TV chat show talking about my film to a famous Presenter, and hopefully I will get a lot of money from being on TV  and get on the news  and be on the front page of a newspaper.

I want to be a volunteer for the 2012 Olympic games in London, because I would be able to see my Granny and spend time with her in London, and also maybe meet some famous people, maybe even the queen and have tea with her and then play Boccia with her