Acorn User - December 1990

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Acorn PC
Questions and Answers
Acorn Customer hotline
Risc Revue
Next Month
Eight Bits
Wired Up
Plug into this shocking program for the Archimedes and BBC A3000.  It will make all your circuits live and demonstrate the 'life' of electrons
Drawing Attention
More to add to your Picpac graphics package
You can bet this program is a winner with music fans
A-Z of Graphics
The jargon of graphics gets a busting from Rob Miller
Hack a Stack
More Arm programming on your Archimedes
Head Count
Summing up what IT can offer the Maths National Curriculum
Addressing the Problem
Finding those essential details from the desktop
Making Connections
Connecting the Arc and A3000 to their peers
Yellow Pages
Special Offers
Time Out
Getting the Timetabler in order
Multivision Magic
A personal vision of the new Taxan 795 colour monitor
First Impressions
The birth of a junior version of a popular DTP package
Flexible Friends
Bending your Acorn machine to suit PC Needs
Game Show
The Second Mission
Flying high with the authors of Clare's Interdictor II
Free Ads
Software Showcase
Advertisers Index
End User
A study of the A3000 and its role in the British Library

Publication Date : 3rd June 2009

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH4711. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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