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Acorn User - July 1999

Are Acorns ever used in industry?  Simon Anthony outlines the roles of Acorns in a textile dyeing plant in Wales
RiscStation update, the future of StrongARM and a Kosovo appeal
DrawWorks Millennium, TopModel and a bit of Digital knowledge
Hasta Iuego Arctic BBS
Public Domain
Evolution demo results out at last, the latest on the Codecraft competition and a utilites update
PC page
Becoming a computercontractor
Cover disc
Game show
Final Doom and Shovy 3D
Games Competition
Five copies of Shovy 3D up for grabs
The Regan Files
Mal McClenaghan of the Image Factory  and RiscStation Australia Ltd
Education News
Education Reviews
Got problems with spelling and maths?
Millenium Toolkit
Bug Killing with the MBTK
Rambles through Acorn Wood
Mike Cook tackles more of your problems
Last appearance of Dave and Dave
Run the Risc
Harmonic control

Publication Date : 1999

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH5029. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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