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Acorn User - Christmas 1997

BBSs old and new
Public Domain
PD news
Business page
Christmas gifts
Organising your Pocket Book
Cover disc
Game Show
Artex Software's new game and MAME - arcade games emulator
Back Issues
The Regan Files
Tony Tolver from T J Reproductions
Rambles through Acorn Wood
Run the Risc
The weather satelite decoder system
C for yourself
Overview of the printing process
A welcome return for Spex
New developments to the 3D modelling program
Picture this
Latest additions to the PictureBase series
Hard connections
Latest SCSI cards compared
Better music
Drawing conclusions
RiscCAD Professional
More on TV
Latest additions to RiscTV
Bridge over troubled water
Make creating a Web page a learning experience
Success stories
The makings of Argo
Impressions of Acorn World 97
The truth is on disc
A CD which explores the world of the supernatural and the unexplained

Publication Date : 15th July 2009

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH4970. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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