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diomus: "the Web Wonder 2 release was covered in an article on Dec 16" The important consideration is *continued* development. It's happening with Web Wonder, RComps products, EasiWriter, ArtWorks, RO6, Graham Shaw's stuff - even with Qercus! It's not just what is released now that's important but also what can be seen of what's to be released tomorrow. You need both (something now and something seen in development) to give a feeling of confidence in the future.

Someone criticised us for using so much space in Qercus to advertise the show. I'm glad we did. ;-)

 is a RISC OS Userjc on 27/2/07 11:12AM
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