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Acorn User - April 1994

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Next month
Subscriber's Page
The Moxon Interview
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HANDS ON
 
Showing off
How to write your own graphics demos
 
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Questions and answers
 
Acorn customer hotline
*INFO
 
FEATURES
 
The Acorn User Spring Show
 
Conspiracy of silence
How Acorn fits into the computer market
 
National Curriculum History
How to use IT in History lessons
 
The final frontier?
Award winning Frontier 2000
 
REVIEWS
 
All for one and one for all
Wils Vision's Eagle M2 multimedia card investigated
 
Heavyweight databases
S-Base 2, Squirrel 2 and DataPower compared
 
Handy colours
Irlam's cost-effective colour hand scanner
 
Education reviews
 
Game show
Win Birds of War
 
On your marks
Software to ease the pain of marking schoolwork
 

Publication Date : 17th June 2009



This exhibit has a reference ID of CH4856. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

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