Resale monolith PC World has illustrated the depth of its pockets by launching a scheme for technophobic Santas.
Apparently, the rotund, avuncular chaps who spend the festive season dressing up like St Nick increasingly find today's youngsters asking for high-tech gadgetry. To help the poor chaps know their iPods from their PSPs, the chain is providing all its Santas with a training course and email helpline.
In the absence of a fleet of festive workers, it'll be yours truly donning the Santa garb at Dodgi this Christmas. I feel I'm growing into the role, though. That suit is just a little snugger every year.
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