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Nice to see that the first issue by Jim got out and I hope that he manages to continue Archive on a regular time frame - there are not many RISC OS magazines which have such a good and long standing track record, that is have appeared for so many years and in time for each issue! Hi jc, no need to comment: Archive like GAG-News in Germany have the small advantage that printing is less complex since they're in black&white.

I agree with the odd one here that the lack of caps in the editorial looks strange and the mis-caps-ing of RISC OS is a bit too much but hey, we're on the editorial page and that's where it is allowed.

Good luck Jim!

 is a RISC OS Userhzn on 25/10/07 7:27AM
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