News nybble: Ident Computer returns to the Midlands, 19th May

The Midlands User Group will be holding its next meeting on Saturday, 19th May – tomorrow – and the guest speaker will be Tom Williamson of Ident Computer, with a talk covering the company’s recent developments, such as the Ident CE, the new arrangement with RISCOSbits acting as a supplier, and 3D printing. If you […]

RISC CE + Wispy = Wispy CE

It’s simple maths, innit? In the wake of the recent Recursion and Southwest shows, and the launch of the CE range, Ident Computer‘s Tom Williamson and RISCOSbits‘ Andy Marks have recognised a degree of overlap in some of their product range and, rather than compete, have put their heads – and their overlapping products – […]

Look and ye shall see: The CE revealed

CE are family… I’ve got all my versions with me! Following the surprise teaser released towards the end of January of Ident Computer’s new Raspberry Pi-based kit computer, the Ident WinCE, more details of the system have now been revealed. Benefiting from the latest in 3D printing technology, the snazzy looking CE (which stands for […]

See the CE in February

This was going to be a news nybble, but two paragraphs weren’t nearly enough! A couple of years ago Tom Williamson of Ident Computer brought his Raspberry Pi-based kit computer, the Micro One, to the world of RISC OS – and in February he will be unveiling a follow-up system, the Ident Compact Edition, or […]

Ident Computer at Midlands meeting tomorrow, 21st May

Also to discuss Recursion 2016. Also to dis… oh, wait, no – that’d be repetition, not recursion. The Midland User Group‘s next meeting will feature Tom Williamson from Ident Computer as its guest speaker. Part of the Ident broadcasting & Communications group, which Tom founded in 2006, Ident Computer was formed with the aim of […]

MUG Show at Recursion Computer Science Fair

To be or not to be? To be, to be – obviously! Over the last few years, the Midsummer Midlands MUG Show became so excruciatingly small that for the last couple of years (2014, 2013) the visitor numbers have only just been in the twenties – and last year the decision was made that there […]

Snapper 1.17 released… twice

Genetic mutation aborted and replaced with a newer, better, but otherwise identical version Chris Johnson has released a new version, 1.17, of Snapper, a screen capture program, originally written by David Pilling and supplied with his scanning and image processing software, and now maintained and further developed by Chris. The application allows the user to […]

A slice of Raspberry Pi

Back in May, on the RISC OS Open forum, Rik Griffin identified a possible new target for a RISC OS port, from The Raspberry Pi Foundation, “a UK registered charity (Registration Number 1129409) which exists to promote the study of computer science and related topics, especially at school level, and to put the fun back […]

The Wakefield Show is almost here

It’s where the discerning RISC OS user will be on Saturday, 21st April. It’s now only a little over a week until this year’s Wakefield Show takes place – so let’s take a quick look at what’s in store for you, the discerning RISC OS user in question. Getting some important details out of the […]