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Tesco Attempts to Challenge iTunes Music Download Dominance

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Music is very important to students, I had not been exposed to such a wide range of music until I started uni.

It will be no surprise that the iPod and iTunes are a students best friend. But can Britain’s biggest supermarket muscle in on iTunes market share when it comes to downloadable music?

Well Tesco have just relaunched there music download service, rebranding it Tesco Digital.

Not that imaginative, but it’s to the point.
Tesco Digital
So apart from the flashy new website. What can students and others expect from this relaunched service? [Read more]

Is the Grass Greener on the Otherside?


Whilst trawling through the internet for ideas, I came across this – blog action day! The aim of this is to get as many bloggers to post about the environment on the 15th October (today). With the aim I guess to help raise awareness about environmental issues to a wider audience. Whether this show of people power will have much influence on higher powers within society, I don’t know. Although anything is worth a try, especially with so many people writing blogs, or indeed reading them.

Hence why I’m going to join in!

So here goes, I suspect a good majority may choose to post about global warming and the greenhouse effect, therefore I’m going to steer clear of this well covered subject.

What I’m going to discuss is rubbish, yes that lovely waste of space that surrounds your food, whether its cardboard or plastic based it still seems to fail to find its way to rubbish bins or even better to suitable facilities where it can be recycled. How often do you go for a walk in the countryside or local parks, to find a coke can failing miserably to hide in the grass, or the chocolate bar wrapper which fails to blend in with the leaves being blown by? Surely it is easy for someone to have –

a.) But it in the nearest bin,


b.) Take it home and dispose of it.

Yes I know it might not be a big issue in relation to global warming, but if we can’t be responsible for the local environment we live in, how can we ever be responsible for the planet we live on?

Until next blog action day, be clean, think green and look after the environment you live in!

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