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Acorn User - October 1995

Acorn's MD resigns
Studio 24 approaches its relaunch
A new BBS in Manchester
Public Domain
PickAPic and Blu reviewed
How to print good labels
SEMERC's Front Ned under scrutiny
Cover disc
Help for C programmers and Desktop utility
Game show
Interview with Tom Cooper, author of Hamsters and Ixion
Free ads
Subscriber's pages
The Moxon interview
Walter briggs, master of the air brush
The right direction
How to use this simething for everyone package
Questions and answers
C for yourself
No one should be scared of recursion
Absolute beginners
How to access your disc drive
Run the RISC
How to interface a joystick to your machine
Acorn customer hotline
Escher's delight
Dial Solution's tessellation package VersaTile
Turbocharging the network
Hints and tips
Physics tutorial
Learning Physics with this package from Kinetic Computing
Make your own maps
Converting OS data to Draw files with Map Importer
Time for celebration
Compo compromise?
Clares ground-breaking graphics package
The next phase
If you win the lottery, this is the printer to buy
A new class of machine
The A7000
Games reviews
Fire and Ice
Caught in the net
Acorn User World Wide Web site
Reader Offer
Agents of change
Selling education
Acorn's World of technology
Club corner
The Suffolk Acorn RISC Club

Publication Date : 1st July 2009

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH4902. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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