Roll up, roll up! Exhibitors and RISC OS 2000 show highlightsBy Chris Williams. Published: 18th Oct 15:13:12 | Permalink | Printable
We can't claim this to be an exclusive- however if, like me, you are looking forward to the all important Epsom show then read on. Held this Saturday and Sunday (21st/22nd Oct), expect a lot of eye openers and the usual RISC OS crowd..
Cumana / Cannon Computing
The ARM Club
Association of Acorn User Groups
Palmtop/Palm User Magazine
Acorn User Magazine
The Fourth Dimension
Castle Technology Ltd
Warm Silence Software
Millipede Electronic Graphics
And in the RiscStation Village:
The Really Good Software Company
Serious Statistical Software
Zenta Multimedia / riscos.net
Jonathan Duddington (Pluto and Speak)
Chris Morison (Organizer)
11:00 Jack Lillingstone, Castle Technology
12:15 Tony Still, Photodesk Ltd
13:00 Roy Heslop,
14:15 Neil Farnham-Smith, Surftec
15:00 Andrew Rawnsley, R-Comp Interactive
Drobe at Epsom
Wandering around in plain clothes and generally blending in, we hope to provide web-updates as the show progresses. If you have any news regarding the show (or any other news to that matter), drop us an email.
See you there..
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