One small step for AcornuserBy Chris Williams. Published: 18th Apr 2002, 14:06:42 | Permalink | Printable
One giant leap for the new editor.Following up our story on Mike Stubbs dumping Acornuser as editor, we've received news of a new appointment at the long running and established magazine.
"Tau Press is delighted to welcome Rob Donaldson as the new Editor of Acorn User", Tau Press -publishers of Acornuser- announced to the world on usenet. "...Rob is very happy to take over as editor after a long association with the RISC OS market, he will continue to improve Acorn User and support the increasing readership of Acorn User."
Tau Press also pays tribute to ex-editor Mike. "We are sad to lose Michael Stubbs whose hard work over the past few months has helped to improve Acorn User", Tau mourns. "He has moved onto bigger and better things, we wish him well."
Drobe, of course, wishes Rob luck with his new role in the RISC OS market.
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