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Realname: Bill Kotsias
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On South East 2007 show preview:

Can anyone enlighten me for what exactly purpose has Nokia been using RISC OS? Please?

 is a RISC OS Userfantasian2 on 23/10/07 8:29PM
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On NetSurf halts punter's search for love:

Does anyone remember the times when we didn't have computers, let alone the internet?

Jesus, how DID people make relationships back then..?

 is a RISC OS Userfantasian2 on 4/2/07 12:02PM
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