If you can’t wait for the RISCOSitory London Show report – which is a current work in progress – then why not point your web browsers in the direction of Wi-Fi Sheep’s video report of the event?
The five talks given at the recent RISC OS London Show were recorded by Leo White, who has now put the videos online so that they can be watched by those unable to make it to the event (or who, as exhibitors, couldn’t step away from their stands in order to watch them). These talks […]
Following the news of the WiFi HAT for the Raspberry Pi, Elesar Ltd has now made a more formal announcement about the product, revealing its price – which stands at £44.00 plus shipping and VAT (or £52.80 inclusive for the unit, plus whatever it will cost to get it to wherever you are). It is […]
Updated versions of NetFetch and Messenger Pro have been released by R-Comp just in time for the London Show this weekend, with the new versions already available from !Store.
Wait, the London Show is on 26th October! What’s going on? If you read the London Show preview, you’ll notice that Adrian Lees is planning to launch a major new application, with no details available as yet about what it is – so the nature of that application is a mystery. Five days before the […]
Hang on, have I written the Southwest Show report yet? Ah, yes. What about Wakefield? Er… The countdown until the end of the Long Gap, when the RISC OS London Show takes place, has now ticked down to twenty days. It takes place on Saturday, 26th October at the St Giles Hotel, Feltham – so […]
Everybody chant “There’s only one Rob Sprowson!” Monday, 16th September is when the RISC OS User Group of London (ROUGOL) next meets up, and the original plan was for Elesar Ltd‘s Rob Sprowson to be the guest speaker for the meeting, at which he was planning to reveal a new, hitherto mystery product currently in […]
With the London Show now a touch under two months away, it’s probably a good time to start thinking about your travel arrangements if you haven’t already done so – including whether or not you wish to stay at the hotel at least one night, rather than make two long journeys on the same day.
Party time, time runs out, everybody’s infected invited1 It’s a very last minute announcement, but the next meeting of the RISC OS User Group of London (ROUGOL) is tonight (Monday, 19th August, from 7:45pm) and because it’s one of those rare meetings for the group where there is no formal speaker, the evening is being […]
Well, their ridiculously primitive forerunners, anyway. If you’re in London on 15th July and want to get an early look at what the future could hold for the human race, why not pop along to the RISC OS User Group of London (ROUGOL) meeting which takes place that evening?