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Its not really a choice because both are important. A decent website is likely to provide more in resources as it might improve sales, or at least convince existing subscribers to persevere.

Your website is your public face and main way to communicate. Paul's articles are brilliant its a shame that sort of material is not on the riscos.com site.

 is a RISC OS Usermarkee174 on 23/4/09 7:49AM
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