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Acorn User - September 1992

Comms Column
Graphics Column
Have Arc spreadsheets come of age?
Modern Art
Can computer art become respectable?
Word Power
Decorative text in a jiffy with Midnight Express
BAU Program Section
Absolute Beginners
Wired up for Sound
A complete synthesizer
A high powered scientific calculator
Assembly Line
The byzantine workings of the Arm chip
Pieces of Eight
Two games for the BBC Micro
Yellow Pages
Moving on
A day out at the multimedia zoo with the Dictionary of the Living World
Short Sharp SCSI
The Small Computer Systems interface turns up everywhere, but what is it?
Prime Time
Teaching maths less of a chore
Acorn's chipmakers go from strength and now they're taking on the world
Net Gains
Mystery of computer networks
Game show
Populous on the Arc, plus reviews of Revelation and Saloon Cars Deluxe
Questions and Answers

Publication Date : 17th June 2009

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH4830. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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