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  • Posted Mar 15, 2000
  • Written by Eva Pascoe
  • Comments Off on Shopping portal zooms in on free Net revolution
  • Digital Fashion
  • 4361 Views

Shopping portal and Internet service provider (ISP) Zoom.co.uk became the latest Web company to offer completely free Internet access on Wednesday. The service is due to go live in six weeks. The ISP’s existing 150,000 members will be able to join completely free. New members will have to pay a one-off £10 joining fee, which …[ read more ]

  • Posted Nov 22, 1999
  • Written by Eva Pascoe
  • Comments Off on Get online for the first e-Christmas
  • Writing
  • 3870 Views

Eva Pascoe argues that, for the sake ofthe economy, we need more women on the net Earlier this month, an elite group of women from both sides of the Atlantic gathered at No 11 to discuss the role of women in the new economy. This was gesture politics at its best. In the course of …[ read more ]

  • Posted Nov 7, 1999
  • Written by Eva Pascoe
  • Comments Off on What girls really want – Doors
  • Cyberia Cafe
  • 3906 Views

Eva Pascoe, managing director of the shopping portal Zoom, assesses a range of rival sites dedicated exclusively to women’s interests My journey started from www.handbag.com, the youngest of the women’s portals, part-funded by Boots, the high-street chemist. It provides typically Boots-bland but oh-so-useful tips, such as how to roast a vegetable, and covers a predictably …[ read more ]

  • Posted Nov 1, 1999
  • Written by Eva Pascoe
  • Comments Off on GEEK CHIC. Eva Pascoe of Cyberia and Zoom.co.uk
  • Digital Fashion
  • 4322 Views

Eva Pascoe, co-founder of Cyberia and MD of Zoom.co.uk She co-founded the first Internet cafe in the UK in 1994, sorted out an e-commerce strategy for fashion giant, Arcadia, and is now in charge of a huge online shopping portal. Steve Hill talks to self-confessed geek and cyber feminist, Eva Pascoe. If you were asked …[ read more ]

  • Posted Jun 17, 1999
  • Written by Eva Pascoe
  • Comments Off on Women who want the full monty can now get it on the Web at a new cybershopping mall called Zoom
  • Digital Fashion
  • 4098 Views

Women who want the full monty can now get it on the Web at a new cybershopping mall called Zoom. In fact, they can get far more than the full Montague Burton group, now called Arcadia. The familiar high-street names are at the core of the site – TopShop, Dorothy Perkins, Principles, Evans, Racing Green …[ read more ]

  • Posted Nov 19, 1998
  • Written by Eva Pascoe
  • Comments Off on Government aims to pull women into tech jobs
  • Writing
  • 4208 Views

A poster featuring a young woman engineer clad in clubbing gear forms part of a new government campaign to raise the profile of science and technology and provide role models for teenage girls. The campaign, spearheaded by the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI)’s Office of Science and Technology is the result of research into …[ read more ]

  • Posted Nov 16, 1998
  • Written by Eva Pascoe
  • Comments Off on Linux proves itself a worthy opponent to Windows giant: Many IT suppliers will readily support an alternative to Microsoft’s hegemony
  • The Independent
  • 4114 Views

A FEW days ago a large US retailer confirmed that it will use a Linux-based solution for its new retail systems in more than 100 stores. Jay Jacobs, a men’s and women’s clothing chain, has officially announced that open source software is an acceptable alternative to Windows NT for running a commercial retail operation. Linux, …[ read more ]

  • Posted Nov 2, 1998
  • Written by Eva Pascoe
  • Comments Off on The wrong answer for Rover: The CBI does not represent the real growth engine of the economy – the IT industry
  • The Independent
  • 4177 Views

ROVER, ONCE the pride of the British car industry, is in trouble again. Despite having sold out to BMW, the anticipated economic miracle did not happen. Rover remains as uncompetitive as it was before the sale to its German owners. Ready for the knife but still kicking, and with a collection of friends in high …[ read more ]

  • Posted Oct 19, 1998
  • Written by Eva Pascoe
  • Comments Off on The tragedy of interactive fun: Slightly baffled geeks in jeans were given the full celebrity treatment by Bafta
  • The Independent
  • 3933 Views

THE ARRIVAL of autumn weather signals the awards season in the computer industry. The new entrant to the usual round of Very Useful but Rather Boring database awards is the “New Media Oscar”, otherwise known as the Bafta Interactive Entertainment Awards. For a fledgling industry, this new award is being executed in a terribly grand …[ read more ]

  • Posted Sep 21, 1998
  • Written by Eva Pascoe
  • Comments Off on The things Janet won’t tell you: Is this techno-driven censorship our vision of academic cyberspace?
  • The Independent
  • 3653 Views

The art of censorship is sometimes practised by the most unlikely authorities. Recently, a student at a prestigious British university put up a home page on Janet (Joint Academic Network) promoting the Kurdish Freedom Movement. This didn’t go down very well with his Turkish adversaries, who immediately threatened the university with an e-mail bomb campaign, …[ read more ]

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