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Stuart Tyrrell back in business

Posted by Phil Mellor on 18:51, 13/7/2004 | , , , , ,
 
Shattered CogIt's still not publically clear what happened at the RISC OS Ltd Shareholder's meeting yesterday, but obviously some positive decisions were made - here's a press release from STD:
Following events at the recent RISC OS Ltd Shareholder meeting, Stuart Tyrrell Developments - the RISC OS retail arm of Advantage Six Ltd - are pleased to announce that they will reopen for orders for all RISC OS products on Monday 19th July. This will include Unipod (their integrated USB/NET/IDE podule), the STD USB card, PS2MouseMini (allowing the use of PS/2 mice on older RISC OS computers), NET100 and the A6 series of machines (running RISC OS 4.39, licensed from RISC OS Ltd, under the VirtualRPC-Adjust emulator).

This announcement may be subject to Castle Technology Ltd fulfilling certain obligations in a timely manner.

Do we need to ask for speculation on what those "certain obligations" might be? We know what you're like, dear readers.
 
  Stuart Tyrrell back in business
  Revin Kevin (19:23 13/7/2004)
  Phlamethrower (20:10 13/7/2004)
 
Kevin Wells Message #93106, posted by Revin Kevin at 19:23, 13/7/2004
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Looks like some good news.
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Jeffrey Lee Message #93107, posted by Phlamethrower at 20:10, 13/7/2004, in reply to message #93106
PhlamethrowerHot Hot Hot Hot Hot Hot Hot Hot Hot Hot Hot Hot Hot stuff

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Yup :)
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