Phoenix searchBy Chris Williams. Published: 2nd Aug 2002, 12:40:12 | Permalink | Printable
This is another public service announcement brought to you in part by AcornsearchNote
Some readers might not consider this RISC OS news, so we'll file it under 'helpful reminder'. While Ian at Acornsearch.com rebuilds the server, he's kindly pointed out to drobe.co.uk this morning that visitors can once again use Acornsearch by using the search bar at the top of the drobe.co.uk frontpage.
This is for anyone who's been missing the RISC OS specific search engine.
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