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Acorn User - August 1993

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The Moxon Interview
Arm Ltd's MD Robin Saxby spills the beans on future of the Arm chip
 
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Professional video editing on the Archimedes
 
In Brief
HCCS' HiVision digitiser and magneto-optical drive from The Serial Port
 
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Oregan's new shoot-em-up Quark
 
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Staff and pupils of Harlington Upper School use Ovation to put together a complete school newspaper
 
Getting into print
Printing and printer drivers
 
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Creating professional stationery using nothing more than Draw
 
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Morph for less
Morphing is the hippiest video effect at the moment and with Acorn User morphing package you can do it at home
 
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How to write your own programs using Basic V
 
A new dimension
More three-dimensional programming, in the form of polygon clipping and object storage
 
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Not so baby Bio
The ever-popular Bio application gets a facelift and receives a number of additions to its family of modules
 
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Cockroaches, one-line fruit machines, virtual directories .....
 
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Publication Date : 17th June 2009



This exhibit has a reference ID of CH4846. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

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