Well, a Wakefield Show near you, if you’re near Wakefield, obviously. The Wakefield RISC OS Computer Club – the group that organises the annual Wakefield Show – will be launching the ninth edition of their back catalogue CD at this year’s show, which takes place on Saturday, 27th April.
RISC OS is so intuitive to use its User Guide is how big? A new version of the User Guide has been published by RISC OS Open Ltd – the first printed edition since Acorn’s last one in 1996, and one that is bang up to date with the latest stable release of RISC OS, […]
Something to read on the train on the way to the show, perhaps? A little bird has informed me that the next issue of the lesser-spotted Archive Magazine has been printed and was being bundled into envelopes the other day. With the Wakefield Show now just six days away, the obvious thing to infer is […]
Jim Lesurf has been putting some of his old articles, written for Archive Magazine on the subject of sound, on his Audio Misc website, under the heading Sound Sense.
Hot off the press at Wakefield! Christopher Dewhurst, who took over publishing on-off-on-off-under-new-management PDF magazine Drag ‘n Drop from its original editor and publisher, Paul Stewart (hence the ‘under-new-management’ bit), is set to release a new book at the 2015 Wakefield Show on 25th April under the ‘Drag N Drop Publications’ moniker.
From little Acorns grow great oaks dead tree publications. David Bradforth has set up a crowd-funding campaign to publish a new book, to be called A Potted History of Acorn Computers. The proposed book will be a 132 page, perfect-bound, full-colour, A4 publication and, according to the Indiegogo page David has set up, his plan […]
Uncle Sam Chris needs you! Something missing for users of new RISC OS computer systems is an up to date welcome guide – and CJE Micro’s have stepped in to try and address the issue. With the agreement of Castle and RISC OS Open, CJE Micro’s aim to coordinate bringing the Iyonix Welcome Guide up […]
Ee be free, ee be. Well known to readers of Archive Magazine, the group known as T.O.M.S. – who first appeared in the magazine in volume 13, issue 11 (August 2000) with a review of the Epson Stylus Photo 1200 – had a semi-regular series of articles published in the A5 periodical from volume 17, […]
Puts the legendary phoenix to shame Drag ‘n Drop , the PDF magazine for RISC OS Users, was originally brought out by long time RISC OS fan Paul Stewart in 2009, who went on to publish four issues of the magazine per year/volume at a price of £3.00 per issue, until September 2012, when he […]
Drag ‘n Drop, cheap as chips. Well, fish & chips twice at my local chip shop. The latest volume of Drag ‘n Drop magazine is now available as a bundle for the princely sum of £9.00, a saving of £3.00 over buying the four individual issues. Launched in 2009, the PDF based magazine nearly came […]