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Shame I'm not in Edinburgh any more. I got lost several times round Livingston's roundabouts whilst driving to Microdigital's presentation despite the fact that my work was only 10 minutes drive from that school. Japan has no roundabouts at all (bliss!), and jumping the lights is commonplace. Amazingly all petrol stations in this country close around 8pm. I'd like to add in a good word for Liquid Silicon... they fixed my RiscPC for free years ago (faulty VRAM prevented machine startup) and I've purchased through them whereever possible ever since.

 is a RISC OS Usergovind on 14/11/03 2:55AM
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