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Yes, I know. This comments system is not relly meant for this. But as it's the first issue, I'm posting it here anyway! I'm sure one or two of you will have some comments to make.

Drag 'n Drop (the new PDF magazine for RISC OS and Acorn 8-bit micros) issue 1, October 2009, is now online and available for download ([link]).

Issue 1 features: -

News Reviews Mini how-tos 8-bit articles - Robert Sprowson explains how to repair your BBC Micro PSU First of a 2 part article about Retro Software Dave Stratford writes about different sorting techniques (2 articles in this issue, both have previously appeared in RISC OS NOW, Dave will continue his series with new and unpublished articles in the next issue) John Ward writes about his desktop for Desktop Heroes Acorn World, the pictures BeagleBoard Mike Carter begins his regular series on Draw

Visit [link] to download your sample copy. The full copy is only £2.30 and can be purchased on-line. Note: You must use Firefox on RISC OS to complete your purchase. All other RISC OS browsers appear to fall-over at PayPal!

When you have completed your purchase, you have the option of downloading it straight away, or alternatively you can use the link provided in the confirmation email. This link is usable from any browser.

Be happy to hear your comments. -- Paul Stewart Editor Drag 'n Drop

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