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The Cino demo that was running was still only about 50% of realtime. Certainly not watchable as a movie.

One of the funniest things at the show was John Cartmell trying to convince us to subscribe to Qercus and being unable to stop himself ranting against Archive's page count. ;-) Qercus just seemed a bit much like a pretty pamphlet to me, not 45quidsworth of magazine really - first time I'd actually seen it. Archive also stands clear as the more interesting and technical of the available magazines.

Nice to meet old faces and new ones at the show. Nice to finally get my hands on the elusive UniPod too! :-)

 is a RISC OS Userimj on 21/5/04 12:49PM
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