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Trouble is, when I tell people I have an Acorn computer, they think of Beebs...or they ask if Archimedes is still going. Surprise that we have a decent C compiler, or a Web Browser are other reactions.

Castle described Iyonix as a fresh start and not an Acorn computer. I think they're right. Let's go for Richard's cog wheel: It's simple and effective and already unites the two camps in our littlle world!

Tony

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