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Acorn User - October 1993

The Acorn User Disc
Public Domain
Learning Curve
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Subscriber's Page
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The Moxon Interview
Back to basics
Learn how to program
Questions and answers
A new dimension
Not so baby bio
Wrapping up our handy Bio module
Get a good press
How the Acorn stacks up against the Mac and the PC for DTP
Let's get physical
Jack Kreindler watches DTP on the Acorn put into practice
Acorn World
Smooth as silk
We apply a CAD solution to a classroom brief
Different strokes
Keystroke promises to take the effort ourt of using the desktop
Face to face
Altered images with the first commercial morphing package
Power to the people
Datapower is more than your average database
Float on
What can the FPA10 chip do for you?
Game show
Xenon, Play it again Sam, Dungeon
Child's play
Meeting a need
Educational special needs software
Survival of the quickest
Jack Kreindler surveys the Arc debut of graphics package QPaint

Publication Date : 17th June 2009

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH4848. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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