Have you seen this website?By Chris Williams. Published: 3rd Dec 2003, 14:41:27 | Permalink | Printable
It's blue, quite popular, likes MicroDigital and is also missing [Updated]Hold the front page!
You'll pleased and relieved to know that Iconbar.com is finally back online, after their webmaster Richard Goodwin heroically spent the weekend rummaging around in racks at the Redbus datacenter. Three cheers and let's hope that 512M holds out.
Drobe Special Projects has today published and distributed leaflets and posters in a dramatic bid to find iconbar.com. Iconbar hosts a lively forum and oh, sometimes news, while also providing generous webspace for free to key RISC OS software projects and at least one hardware company. Its disappearance has distressed us all - please, if you see or hear the 'bar in your corner of the Internet, let us or its owners NoughtPointOne know.
Thank you for your time. It's appreciated.
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