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The Icon Bar: News and features: Big Ben Club show - first view of production Omegas?
 

Big Ben Club show - first view of production Omegas?

Posted by Richard Goodwin on 10:49, 4/9/2001 | , , ,
 
EvoluonTop user group out of the Netherlands, the Big Ben Club, have announced their show for Saturday 13th October (10:30 until 17:00).

Taking place at the "Evoluon" in Eindhoven, a groovy flying saucer shaped exhibition centre, the main attraction is David Atkins of MicroDigital presenting the first batch of production Omegas to a European audience.

More info can be found on the RUM (Riscos User Group) website, which is handily presented in Dutch, English and German. RISC OS users this side of the water might like to start looking for cheap flights on EasyJet...

RUM website
 

  Big Ben Club show - first view of production Omegas?
  (11:20 4/9/2001)
  Richard Goodwin (11:29 4/9/2001)
    mark quint (19:53 4/9/2001)
      Richard Goodwin (09:22 5/9/2001)
        mark quint (10:03 5/9/2001)
          Andrew Weston (11:07 5/9/2001)
            Tim Fountain (13:29 5/9/2001)
              mark quint (19:43 5/9/2001)
                Guy Inchbald (09:29 6/9/2001)
                  Horris ScMquirter (18:05 6/9/2001)
                    Boris Qmscirter (19:34 7/9/2001)
 
Norris McSquirter Message #89050, posted at 11:20, 4/9/2001
Unregistered user Don't get too excited, Richard, it's 'only' the Omega >:-D !!!
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Richard Goodwin Message #89051, posted at 11:29, 4/9/2001, in reply to message #89050
Unregistered user I'm sure if that has a text-only interface there'll be some dissapointed people :-p
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mark quint Message #89052, posted at 19:53, 4/9/2001, in reply to message #89051
Unregistered user I can see a lot of disappointed people when they find out that the Omega is not rather nifty, without support for hotlists, numerous terminal types and colour display with full editing :E
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Richard Goodwin Message #89053, posted at 09:22, 5/9/2001, in reply to message #89052
Unregistered user Lynx does hotlists and terminal types?!? ;P
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mark quint Message #89054, posted at 10:03, 5/9/2001, in reply to message #89053
Unregistered user i think we're going round in circles here ;)
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Andrew Weston Message #89055, posted at 11:07, 5/9/2001, in reply to message #89054
Unregistered user Think of the poor people in that exhibition centre :-)
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Tim Fountain Message #89056, posted at 13:29, 5/9/2001, in reply to message #89055
Unregistered user That exhibition centre looks as if it's about to take off...
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mark quint Message #89057, posted at 19:43, 5/9/2001, in reply to message #89056
Unregistered user d'you think we could Fly it over to the UK, the show looks pretty good :)
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Guy Inchbald Message #89058, posted at 09:29, 6/9/2001, in reply to message #89057
Unregistered user I was thinking, which are you more likely to find in a flying saucer, little green men or a working, production-standard Omega?
Then I thought, oh yeah, and England will beat Gremany on their home ground. :D
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Horris ScMquirter Message #89059, posted at 18:05, 6/9/2001, in reply to message #89058
Unregistered user Honest chaps, it was working in Eindhoven!
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Boris Qmscirter Message #89060, posted at 19:34, 7/9/2001, in reply to message #89059
Unregistered user What oddly similar names we all have here on the Icon Bar!
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