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Acorn User - November 1998

REGULARS
News
 
Comms
Weather warnings on the net
 
Public Domain
Latest PD news
 
Graphics
Photodesk 3 uncovered
 
PC page
Arrival of PCPro 3.0
 
CD pages
Fantastic cover CD-ROM
 
Game show
Abuse reviewed
 
Letters
 
The Regan Files
David Pilling
 
HANDS ON
 
Rambles through Acorn Wood
Mike Cook tackles more of your problems
 
*INFO
 
Run the Risc
On the receiving end
 
C for yourself
Selecting fonts and choosing colours
 
EDUCATION
 
Editorial
Up-to-date on educational matters
 
Numberlines
Maths packages
 
Minding your Ps and Qs
Make learning the ABC fun
 
Free for all
Interesting and useful websites
 
REVIEWS
Pretty good privacy
Security on the internet
 
Burn it up
CD writing on Acorn machines
 
FEATURES
 
State of the art
Phoebe and its rivals
 
Building utopia
Power of DaVinci
 
Relatively speaking
Relational databases - part 2
 
The winning cards
Acorns in business in NZ
 
Members only
Latest from the AAUG
 
History of Acorn User
The last 16 years
 

Publication Date : 22nd July 2009



This exhibit has a reference ID of CH5014. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

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