Acorn User - September 1990

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Show News
Essential background info about the 1990 BAU show
Show Guide
Next Month in BAU
Questions and Answers
Acorn Customer hotline
Risc Revue
Eight Bits
Rays of Seeing
A high powered program that shows how you can now ray trace reality to produce some of the most spectacular landscapes ever seen on the BBC Micro and Archimedes
Faster on the Draw
Unleashing the Arc's powerful graphics routines
May I Interrupt?
our Arm machine-code series looks at software interrupts
Tests of Character
Recognising characters with image analysis
Special Agent
What can the Arc offer children with special needs?
Yellow Pages
Special offers
Augmenting the Arc
You can't have too much memory.  We examine expansions
A World of Information
The ultimate software atlas for the BBC Micro
The Third Wave
Are direct-drive lasers the printers of the future?
Building up the Beeb
The 512k add-on that turns your Beeb into a PC
Cover to Cover
Books on computer addiction, speech improvement and DTP
Game Show
Designer Interiors
The Adventure Language Programming System
Free Ads
Software Showcase
Advertisers Index
Getting There
British Rail networks the Master Compact

Publication Date : 3rd June 2009

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH4708. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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