TERMINATOR 2: Bed bugs ready to byte rough sleeper Steve

Friends Reunited co-founder and Revolution columnist Steve Pankhurst is determined to prove the adage that the web does a lot for charity.

This year, he will spend a night sleeping rough in London to raise money for the young homeless through kids' charity NCH. It's all part of Byte Night, the annual sleep-out event for the IT industry, which is in its fifth year.

The sleep-out is on 20 September in London, so keep an eye out for a group of IT professionals haunting the pavements with their PDAs in hand.

You can support Steve by making a donation at http://nch.friendsreunited.co.uk.

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