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Acorn User - April 1989

EDITORIAL
 
Acorn sales are picking up well.  The R140 workstation arrived at the BETT show in January and was received well.  Superior Software sold more games this Christmas than last.  There will be a BBC Acorn User show at Alexandra Palace between 21 July and 23 July
 
NEWS
 
Acorn User Show returns
Computer programme on the BBC.  New fonts for DTP
 
Comms Column
Customer Hotline
Education News
Preview
Minerva's home Accounts, ProArtisan from Clares and Megaprint NLQ, a multifonts package from Saber Software
 
Noticeboard
Reader Service
Blunderbox
 
FEATURES
 
Maths on the Dot
How and when to use the Archimedes floating point emulator
 
Telling tales
Familiarise children with the cultures of their class-mates
 
Joe's jottings
 
Rite Minds
Watch the druid weave his way around Stonehenge, collectin runes and avoiding foes
 
Down to business
What's available for the Acorn user in business
 
REVIEWS
 
Games Page
 
Games Reviews
Fish from Rainbird, Impact Games' orbital and the Last Ninja
 
Quality Printing 
 
Talkshop
Smalltalk-80, a programming system from Smalltalk Express and the Arc 440
 
Plotting on
Roland DXT 880A
 
EDUCATION
 
News
Funds for data and research
 
Tales from afar
 
REGULARS
 
Hints & Tips
 
Arc Agora
File comparison, colour cube notions and a graphic one-liner from Arc expert, David Acton 
 

Publication Date : 27th May 2009



This exhibit has a reference ID of CH4635. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

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