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Acorn User - January 1997

Future of TopModel
BBS or the internet
Business page
Upgrade to increase productivity and profits
A new Acorn notebook
Cover disc
Xenon II
Game Show
Another World
Games pages on the internet
Free ads
Subscribers' page
The Regan Files
Paolo Rossi from Sincronia Soluzioni Multimedia
Doodles and ditties
Lights and action
Controlling DMX standard lights
Rambles through Acorn Wood
C for yourself
Sorting through your data
A BETTer show
This years education show
Choose well; use better
Educational software
What type of program is this?
The three versions of TextEase
Designed to work
HTML applications for the web designer
The new Psions
The Siena and the Psion 3C
On the monitor
The RiscTV expansion card reviewed
In the land of the long white cloud
Acorn in new Zealand
What does it all mean?
What will ART's technology bring?
Giving and receiving
HTML servers
A 'C' Breeze
Writing arcade games
10 out of 10 special offer
Send for free copy of Essential IT

Publication Date : 15th July 2009

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH4953. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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