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Bill MAGEE BA(Hons), AdvDip(Ed) 

Bill Magee
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  1. Scots Language in Safe Hands
    Swift action to safeguard the Scots tongue is being taken. It follows a warning by UNESCO that in less than three decades as many as half of the world's 6,000-plus languages, already under threat, face dying out and that's not including dialects and creoles.

  2. Jury Out On Independent Scots Currency
    Fresh talk of a Scots pound brings to mind Scotland's traditional monetary values that, some might say, are perhaps rather old fashioned and ill-suited to a digital era. Not so. They're needed more than ever. As for an independent currency, not so sure.

  3. Scotland Closely Monitors Brexit Developments
    Brexit seems a lifetime ago. The 2016 EU referendum vote to leave Europe (but not by Scotland voters) still has economists remaining in a 50-50 split as to the advantages or otherwise. This is to be expected, given the old chestnut - if you place two economists in a room you come out with three opinions.

  4. Young Scots leading the way as Scotch Whisky embraces sustainability issues
    Young Scots are enjoying the "Water of Life" contributing to Scotch Whisky record annual sales globally totalling over several billion euros but the tipplers, aged up to and around their mid-20s, are embracing the amber nectar very much on their own terms.

  5. Scotland pressing the flesh in Silicon Valley with new generation of tech start-ups
    It sounds apocryphal but I'm told it's true. How a budding tech tycoon travelled for a solid 27 hours from Scotland's Silicon Glen to Silicon Valley. As he emerged from LAX customs, the venture capitalist he was due to meet shepherded him into a reserved side room for a 3-minute elevator pitch, 5 minutes but only if there's time.

  6. Cyberwhisper it!
    Increasing numbers of hard-pressed businesses view online as so toxic they're thinking of quitting the Internet for good.

  7. Scots graduates must do less Angry Birds more early-bird career calls
    Rising numbers of Scots graduates are far too addicted to their smartphone.

  8. Scots asking what's up with WhatsApp
    Scots numbering at least one million, probably many more, have been put on high cyber alert following a series of fresh reports and research warning of a growing threat to their privacy when using WhatsApp for work or leisure.

  9. Scotland gets investor thumbs up from Valley player
    Scotland's place on the global stage has been strengthened following Silicon Valley's major-league digital entrepreneur - or "technology scout" as she prefers to be known - Deborah Magid renewing her 10,000 mile round trip from California to resume a long-standing relationship with EIE in Edinburgh.

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