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With the lack of colour ink & printer access here on St Helena, I’m having to get slightly more creative with the use of our laserjet printers & all the coloured paper I can lay my grubby little hands on. They may not be as good as previous sets, but they’re good discussion-starters & easily-printed A4-size. I used the excellent free font Quicksand to create them, and some simple vectors combined with facts & figures gathered online and from Wired Magazine’s Wired Index segment. I tried to steer clear of predictions & easily-outdated figures where possible. 26 A4-sized posters in PNG format.