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Looking at the company website preview it seems the new company has alot going for it in terms of advertising and marketing, the Acorn brand alone has a greater significance than all the other RISC OS companies together. I dont like the idea of this new acorn company, but they could be used in some way to promote RISC OS, maybe by some of the companies such as Castle or ROL becoming development partners or something. It sounds a long stretch and maybe a crazy idea, but "If you can't beat them join them!"

 is a RISC OS UserOliverB on 7/9/06 10:40PM
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