Acorn User - Christmas 1998
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Cerilica's Vantage, new Typography and more
Getting internet access via Freeserve plus hit counters for your web page
Brand new Stunt racer track designer, Revelation demos and more
Games benefits of the new PCPro 3 and its effects on CD access
Is the Acorn music scene collapsing with the untimely death of Phoebe?
Deeper and down: not an ageing rock band, but a review of Descent
The final resolution to the infamous "Fred, Jim and Sheila" controversy
The Regan Files
Neil Carson and Mark Vrinicombe, a major chunk of Causality
The basics of handling icons using the C language
Rambles through Acorn Wood
Mike Cook tackles more of your problems
Mind-blowing stuff from the Dave's and pals
Run the Risc
Mike Cook programs his PIC to shovel some major LED strings
Up-to-date on educational matters
Dazzle Plus gets the treatment
Where in the world?
An Acorn User's buyer guide to the best geography software
Portable money management
A range of finance packages for the Psion machines
Alternative method of input, glide your finger and tap to click
How much protection can you give your machine against hackers?
The hottest thing since the Web
Trials, tribulations and lessons of the latest Acorn User CD-ROM
Help RISC OS attract worldwide attention, join the RCS cracking contest
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