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Acorn User - December 1994

The Acorn User Cover Disc
HomeWorks part two
Ovation 2 is on the way
Public Domain
CD-ROMs on networks
Subscriber's Page
The Moxon Interview
The Davids from Arcade
Running your newagents on an Acorn
Game show
C for Yourself
Arrays, pointers and strings
Questions and answers
Acorn customer hotline
Professional publishing
Impression Publisher Plus on test
A card with 56001 uses?
Digital signal processor card
Games reviews
Games for Christmas
Modern languages
In brief
Four brief interviews
Acronym overload
PC CD One from the Datafile
HomeWorks charts & graphs
Part two of our integrated suite
Flashback: the development
How Flashback was converted
Time for a change?
What RISC OS 4 should contain
Dalriada Competion
Dalriada's latest product
Tricks of the trade
The best from sound sampling
Infant animation
Creating computer films with kids
I wrote that ...
Mark Colton spills the beans

Publication Date : 23rd June 2009

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH4873. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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