Dave Wallace
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Dave started his career in Yellow Pages. He discovered the Internet one day in 1994 and it was love at first sight. He then helped to put Yellow Pages online, before leaving to join an e commerce company called Entranet in 1997. He then enjoyed and endured the best and worst of the dot.com boom and bust, helping to grow Entranet, help it prepare for an IPO and then shrink it down again. Following that little adventure, he co-founded HeathWallace (http://www.heathwallace.com) in 2001. From a standing start in 2001, HeathWallace was soon working with some of the world's largest brands. The company continued to grow and based on its success in the UK it looked internationally. The company now has offices in Hong Kong, Chicago, Cape Town, Melbourne, Dubai, Singapore and Reading. In 2008 the company was acquired by WPP. The HeathWallace story continues apace... Dave has a wife, 5 kids, 2 dogs and a cat. He is an out and out Digital enthusiast.

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From Hero to Zero: Google Glass

(0) Comments | Posted 8 July 2014 | (14:59)

Hero to Zero. How Google Glass went from being the best thing ever to being cast aside on the family sideboard. What happened when Digital Dad, Dave Wallace, took Glass to road test with his family?

I had Google Glass up and running in about an hour - I...

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Kids Have No Idea About Money in This Digital Age; We Need to Make It Real Again

(0) Comments | Posted 16 April 2014 | (14:55)

My children have no qualms about spending seven quid on buying imaginary 'jewels' for their dragons for a game. Spending seven pounds on my credit card, I should add. As their focus is fixed solely on completing the game, I wonder if they have any concept of money: real, physical...

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Is Candy Crush the New Mensa?

(0) Comments | Posted 12 March 2014 | (11:55)

I'm not ashamed to say that as a family we're addicted to gaming.

We've worked our way through the Candy Crush Saga, we loved Flappy Bird and now we've moved on to the game Threes, a highly addictive numbers game.

Unsurprisingly, it is so compulsive that it is...

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Christmas in a Digital Household

(0) Comments | Posted 16 January 2014 | (10:06)

I am sitting in my office mesmerised by the gadgets that were unveiled at this years Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2014. From mini drones to the latest in wearable tech, Christmas 2014 is going to be even more gadgetastic than 2013 was. And what a Christmas it has been.

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Teenage Love in Digital Times

(0) Comments | Posted 22 December 2013 | (22:45)

As a dad the last thing I ever want to hear (after "Wi-Fi down") is "I've got a boyfriend".

Well, it happened. A few months ago, my 14-year-old daughter announced that she was in a relationship with a boy.

They had met through Facebook, of course.

They had carried out...

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Introducing the Digital Dad

(0) Comments | Posted 17 December 2013 | (11:54)

We are exposed to endless news about children suffering at the hands of technology - cyber bullying, the 'dark net' and internet addiction amongst the young. Reports suggest that Japan's Ministry of Education is looking at opening 'internet fasting' camps to help fight addiction to the online world in adolescents....

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