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The Icon Bar: News and features: RISC OS 2001

RISC OS 2001

Posted by Richard Goodwin on 17:38, 19/10/2001 |
Yep, if you haven't noticed already, it's that time of year again...

The RISC OS 2001 Show October 20 and 21
The Blue Mountain Centre, Binstead, Berkshire (near Bracknell)
Saturday 10am to 5pm
Sunday 10am to 4pm
Tickets £5 on the door.
I've managed to arrange a lift on Saturday, so hopefully I'll be taking plenty of 'photos and then uploading a report on Sunday (I usually say I'll try to post from the show, but it rarely happens!)

Source: RISC OS 2001 show

  RISC OS 2001
  (21:40 19/10/2001)
  John Hoare (12:14 20/10/2001)
    Lee Johnston (09:36 21/10/2001)
      Richard Goodwin (11:14 21/10/2001)
Rob Kendrick Message #89264, posted at 21:40, 19/10/2001
Unregistered user Apparently, there's going to be a pissup and pizza evening in Newbury afterwards, with various spods from #riscos and The Other Talker attending.

I may well join in :)
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John Hoare Message #89265, posted at 12:14, 20/10/2001, in reply to message #89264
Unregistered user Awk! Can't make it at the last minute (train fare too expensive!) Enjoy yourselves everyone...and if anyoen spots an Omega tell me :-)
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Lee Johnston Message #89266, posted at 09:36, 21/10/2001, in reply to message #89265
Unregistered user Rich: If you see this before you upload the report can you give some indication of how busy it was? I was there from about 3.30pm on Saturday and I wasn't encouraged but I'll reserve comment until I've read what people who were there for longer have to say.
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Richard Goodwin Message #89267, posted at 11:14, 21/10/2001, in reply to message #89266
Unregistered user I thought it was pretty busy in the morning; from past experience Acorn shows always seemed to go quiet an hour or so before closing anyway :)
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