Mar 042018
 

The next meeting of the Wakefield RISC OS Computer Club will take place at 7:45pm on Wednesday, 7th March, when attendees can enjoy an entertaining and educational computer-related quiz, devised by Peter Richmond. The remainder of the evening will then be given over to an informal discussion about the Club itself.

The meeting takes place at the West Yorkshire Sports and Social Club, Sandal Hall Close (off Walton Lane), Wakefield, WF2 6ER. Members of the Club can get in for free, while there is a fee of £3.00 for non-members. Details of how to join can be found on the WROCC website.

And don’t forget that the Club organises the annual Wakefield Show, which this year takes place on 21st April – make sure that date is in your diaries, folks!

Jul 022017
 

The Wakefield RISC OS Computer Club will next be meeting on Wednesday 5th July, and has a mixture of topics planned.

Starting off the mix will be Derek Barron, who will be demonstrating his 3D Molecule program, amongst other things. Peter Richmond will then take a look at StudioSound – an audio sequencing package originally released by Oregan Developments, and since updated by Henrik Pedersen. Peter will be using various sound samples to show off the features of the package. Continue reading »

Jan 292017
 

A bit of this, a bit of that, eye of newt, toe of frog – it’s all good.

WROCC logoThe next meeting of the Wakefield RISC OS Computer Club (WROCC) – the second meeting of 2017, but the first ‘normal’ meeting, because last month’s was the group’s annual general meeting – takes place on Wednesday, 1st February, and will feature not one, but two talks on two very different subjects. Continue reading »

Aug 292014
 

Yet more attention for the RiscPC, which really only wanted to celebrate quietly, with family and close friends.

With the RiscPC having celebrated its 20th birthday earlier this year, the next meeting of the Wakefield RISC OS Computer Club will feature Peter Richmond taking a look back at some of the hardware expansion options that have been available in that time for Acorn’s iconic and most powerful computer. Continue reading »