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Archive 24:6 is 'in the post' and free to read online

Posted by Mark Stephens on 11:26, 24/6/2020 |
 
Archive 24:6 is now on its way to subscribers. It looks like a great last issue from the Nagel team, with 60 packed pages in colour!
 
You can also read it free online.
 
We will have a full review once it arrives in the post...
 
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June News round-up

Posted by Mark Stephens on 07:55, 24/6/2020 |
 
Some things we noticed this month. What did you see?
 
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ROOL releases PI RC16

Posted by Mark Stephens on 15:45, 18/6/2020 |
 
In a sign that RISC OS 5.28 is hopefully fast approaching, ROOL have released a new download for RaspberryPi with RC 16. You can download it for free from the ROOL website and it needs an SD card bigger than 2GB.
 
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May News round-up

Posted by Mark Stephens on 08:27, 29/5/2020 |
 
Some things we noticed this month. What did you see?
 
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Do you have any short anecdotes about Jim Nagel?

Posted by Mark Stephens on 15:33, 27/5/2020 |
 
If you do, then Jim's sons Bart and Chris would love to hear from you. We sadly lost Jim in March and so his sons are completing the partially completed Issue 6 for him. They would like to include your contributions in it.
 
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The future of Archive magazine

Posted by Mark Stephens on 19:02, 21/5/2020 |
 
The sad death of Jim Nagel has deprived us all of a great advocate for RISC OS and an alround nice guy. It also left a question mark over the future of Archive magazine.
 
The family of Jim Nagel have been busy talking to many people in the Community and sent out an email to all Archive subscribers with updates tonight.
 
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Amcog games packs to keep you entertained in lockdown

Posted by Mark Stephens on 12:51, 13/5/2020 |
 
If you are feeling bored in the lockdown and looking for something to do, then Elesar may be able to help. They have put together 2 different bundles of Amcog games, with some nice discounts for you to buy online.
 
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April News round-up

Posted by Mark Stephens on 08:55, 24/4/2020 |
 
Some things we noticed this month. What did you see?
 
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Episode VI - Return of the JFPatch

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March News round-up

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RIP Jim Nagel - Computer Shopper to Archive

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Wakefield show postponed due to COVID-19

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February News Round-up

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Archive Magazine website gets a quiet facelift

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