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Acorn User - September 1995

REGULARS
News
 
Graphics
Serious 3D modelling
 
Comms
Acorn's World Wide Web site
 
DTP
Robin's reed gets a make-over
 
Public Domain
Demos galore
 
Business
Easy PC file exchange
 
Education
Sherston's Listening books
 
Portables
New bubble-jet printers from Canon
 
Cover disc
ClicBack, a hard disc backup utility
 
Letters
 
Game show
 
Subscriber's pages
 
The Moxon interview
Pat Cleaver of Minerva
 
HANDS ON
 
Questions and answers
 
C for yourself
Linking your lists in C
 
Absolute beginners
 
Run the RISC
 
Acorn customer hotline
 
*INFO
 
EDUCATION
 
Custom clothing
Print your own t-shirts using your Acorn
 
Presenting the evidence
Using Junior Pinpoint in the classroom
 
Family ties
Compiling your family tree
 
REVIEWS
A thousand and one tools
Steve Turnbull looks at the Taos operating system on his Acorn machine
 
In brief
Short reviews, including Sibelius update, Textease, Clearview 2, CineWorks, MovieFS and Iota's new flat-bed colour scanner
 
Games reviews
Simon the Sorcerer on CD
 
FEATURES
 
Codename: Kryten
Acorn's three new machines revealed
 
I wrote that....
How the classic game Elite was written for the Archimedes
 
Good-looking logos
 
Online in the Acorn World
 
Acorn User stock clearance
 
 

Publication Date : 1st July 2009



This exhibit has a reference ID of CH4901. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

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