I am just back from Davy's Wine Bar after an enjoyable evening chewing the fat with some of the Digital Media Group (DMG) faithful. It is a great shame that this evening's DMG meeting had to be cancelled due to the illness of the speaker. However the subject - what the publishing/graphic communications industry has to learn from the computer games industry - remains particularly important to all of us. I am delighted that the event will be re-scheduled for sometime next month and I will let you all know the date once it is fixed. Of course you can always learn a lot more about the DMG by going straight to their website, www.thedigitalmediagroup.co.uk. I would like to thank Ian Bennett for putting so much into the organisation of all DMG events and to Alex Hardy of Orion Books who is organising this particular event. Without the DMG, the Company would undoubtedly drift in the direction of the Farriers' and the Fletchers'; with it we keep ourselves as relevant today as we were 600 years ago. So please come along to DMG events, if you can; they are the future of the Company, and they are jolly good fun too!