Issue 7 of the RISCOScode webzine is now online.
This issue carries breaking news of a major Acorn/RISC OS archiving project
alongside a short report on the new RISC OS software from The MathMagical
In the editorial, there is a strong piece on Internet Piracy.
The 'Art' section features Richard Ashbery's new works, all created using
ArtWorks. Plus Richard himself gives an expert users' software review of
Martin Bazley's Cogs program.
The last but one issue of Qercus carried a four page feature on Magic
Squares along with the comment that there was no RISC OS software to assist
in exploring the topic. Now there is in the form of a free BBC BASIC program
to download, brought to you by RISCOScode. It finds all 880 of the 4 by 4
Peter Shawbury returns with a clever Yellow Pages item called 'Firefly'.
This is a game, with a twist of art. It also makes an interesting
screen-saver. This too is free to download from the webzine.
Tony Sparks shows how to fix a broken front flap on a Risc PC, and Peter
Stewart rounds off the issue by throwing down a gauntlet at the feet of
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