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Wakefield Theatre Program Revealed

Posted by Andrew Duffell on 19:43, 28/4/2004 | , , , , , , , , ,
 
Chris from WROCC has once again contacted us about the Wakefield show. There is now a full Theatre programme of talks on both Saturday and Sunday, lasting upto 45 mins each. Entrance is free (AKA included in show entrance fee) to these presentations. Some will be very, very popular indeed.

Saturday
10:15QuercusPride in what our Acorns have become
11:15Castle TechnologyThe IYONIX pc and the future for RISC OS
12:15RISCOS LtdRISC OS Adjust and the future
13:30CinoDVDAemulor: The 26-bit world on the Iyonix PC - PLUS -
CinoDVD: The first RISC OS DVD
14:30Brian JaquesWriting a web page - simply (or fancy)
15:30Castle TechnologyThe IYONIX pc and the future for RISC OS
16:30Stuart Tyrrell DevelopmentsRISCOS Developments

Sunday

10:20QuercusPride in what our Acorns have become
11:20Castle TechnologyThe IYONIX pc and the future for RISC OS
12:20RISCOS LtdRISC OS Adjust and the future
13:45CinoDVDAemulor: The 26-bit world on the Iyonix PC - PLUS -
CinoDVD: The first RISC OS DVD
14:45Castle TechnologyThe IYONIX pc and the future for RISC OS

Remember the closing date for Advance Tickets is rapidly approaching on May 8th (end of next week). Also remember Advance Ticket holders also get the chance to enter the IYONIX Money off draw on the Saturday (even if you come on Sunday).

Link: Wakefield Show
 

  Wakefield Theatre Program Revealed
  monkeyson2 (21:16 28/4/2004)
  Israel Border Police (21:39 28/4/2004)
    ad (21:50 28/4/2004)
      mavhc (22:50 28/4/2004)
        Me (02:05 29/4/2004)
          Ariel Sharon (09:33 29/4/2004)
            Yehuda Hanasi (13:03 29/4/2004)
              Benjamin Netenyahu (13:09 29/4/2004)
                1948 and all that (20:25 29/4/2004)
                  Chanina ben Dosa (22:25 29/4/2004)
                    General Moshe Yaalon (11:05 30/4/2004)
                      Beit Hillel (14:05 30/4/2004)
 
Phil Mellor Message #92885, posted by monkeyson2 at 21:16, 28/4/2004
monkeyson2Please don't let them make me be a monkey butler

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Hmmm... both Castle and RISCOS Ltd have presentations on the future of RISC OS. I wonder how that will work then.
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Israel Border Police Message #92886, posted at 21:39, 28/4/2004, in reply to message #92885
Unregistered user RISCOS Ltd: Adjust and the future of RISC OS for those who want to stay with 10-year-old hardware and ignore the modern computer world

That would be a more accurate title

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Andrew Duffell Message #92887, posted by ad at 21:50, 28/4/2004, in reply to message #92886
ad

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...or for those who just can't afford to shell out over £1100 for a IYONIX...?
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Mark Scholes Message #92888, posted by mavhc at 22:50, 28/4/2004, in reply to message #92887
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The RiscPC is the future of RISC OS, apart from for those who can't afford to shell out 1300ukps for a RiscPC and will stick with their A3010s
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Me Message #92889, posted at 02:05, 29/4/2004, in reply to message #92888
Unregistered user And those who want to run Select on Omega or VirtualRiscPC.
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Ariel Sharon Message #92890, posted at 09:33, 29/4/2004, in reply to message #92889
Unregistered user What's the point of spending £100 on an OS subscription for a machine that's going nowhere? Surley the money is best put in a savings account towards a replacement? As for Omega, you can't seriously put that forward as a serious alternative. The thing barely functions! It certainyl doesn't have the power and speed of IyonixPC...
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Yehuda Hanasi Message #92891, posted at 13:03, 29/4/2004, in reply to message #92890
Unregistered user The Omega does a lot more that *barely* function, Ariel! And those who possess an Omega will doubtless be interested in investing in the updated features that Select/Adjust offer. As will owners of Virtual RiscPC who, arguably, are doing the opposite of ignoring 'the modern computer world' ;-)

That aside, Castle have signalled their intention to bring RISC OS 'up to date'. Perhaps they'll surprise everyone with their own updates to RISC OS which rival Select's wealth of new features?

At any rate, Wakefield should be exciting ;-)

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Benjamin Netenyahu Message #92892, posted at 13:09, 29/4/2004, in reply to message #92891
Unregistered user You mean it works at full speed with no video probs, I could network it, use USB etc? Or by not barely functioning, you mean it switches on and does a few things?
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1948 and all that Message #92893, posted at 20:25, 29/4/2004, in reply to message #92892
Unregistered user Brian Jaques - Superstar Challenge?!!
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Chanina ben Dosa Message #92894, posted at 22:25, 29/4/2004, in reply to message #92893
Unregistered user I'm not aware of any 'video probs', Binyamin. My RiscPC doesn't have a network card, or USB, but I'd say it does rather more than 'switch on and do a few things'! Of course, MicroDigital have promised facilities that aren't yet available, but surely that's an issue for Omega owners rather than a cause for constant carping?

And really Mr Netanyahu, I'd have thought that you, of all people, would know better than to rely on smear and rumour. L'hitraot ;-)

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General Moshe Yaalon Message #92895, posted at 11:05, 30/4/2004, in reply to message #92894
Unregistered user I was referring to the Omega, as I clearly stated. I would say the lack of USB and networking support in a computer is pretty laughable in this day and age.
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Beit Hillel Message #92896, posted at 14:05, 30/4/2004, in reply to message #92895
Unregistered user Fair enough. Laughter s'posed to be good for one's health, so be well ;-)
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