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Acorn User - Christmas 1996

Internet Relay Chat plus BBS news
PC Page
Cover disc
Game Show
Arfle barfle gloop
Games from Level 9
Free ads
Subscribers' page
The Regan Files
Chris Hughes from the Wakefield Acorn Computer Group
Get a buzz
A new dimension to blind man's buff
Rambles through Acorn Wood
C for yourself
Pocket marks
NStore for the Pocket Book
Simple multimedia
Pupils & Portables
A Pocket Book per pupil - where?
DrawAid 3
A trio of makers
Time-management tools
Can you make your computer faster without StrongARM?
Syquest EZ135
A removable hard disc that makes a handy backup system
A new interface that can expand your mousing capabilities
Piezo-electric printing
The Epson Stylus Colour 500 tested and reviewed
Enhancing performance
Comparing SCSI with IDE
Views of Acorn World
Does it work?
What runs on the new StrongARM and what doesn't
Turning the tables
Creatign tables in HTML isn't easy but it is clever
The 1996 Acorn User Awards
A 'C' breeze
Part two of the arcade game tutorial

Publication Date : 15th July 2009

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH4949. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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