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Life will get really interesting in 2004 when a major retailer like PC-World or Dixons decides that RISCOS emulation sells MicroSoft Windows PCs when added on as an essential extra. Virtual Acorn will make a mint, and the RISC OS flag will suddenly be in adverts on National TV. Gentlemen, you may well be sitting on a whole seat but you'll only need the edge ...

 is a RISC OS Usermartin on 18/12/03 9:20AM
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