RISC OS London Show 2011

When : Sat 29th October 2011. 11AM to 5PM.
Where : St Giles Hotel – Feltham, London.
Tickets : £5 on the door.

RISC OS User Group Of London (ROUGOL) is pleased to announce the third RISC OS London Show in October 2011.

I will be at the event with The Centre for Computing History. Maybe I will see you there?

Current exhibitors include…

  1. Archive Magazine
    The monthly subscription magazine, for all users of RISC OS software and hardware.
  2. Chris’s Acorns
    Chris Whytehead with a selection from his extensive Acorn collection.
  3. CJE Micro’s – The Fourth Dimension
    The dealer with it all, if it’s not in stock, it probably doesn’t exist.
  4. The MathMagical Software Company
    Martin Hansen exploring the world of maths and graphics.
  5. MW Software
    Demonstrating the latest updates to ArtWorks and Techwriter.
  6. Organizer
    Nigel Willmott with the latest updates to the personal management software.
  7. Orpheus Internet
    The RISC OS friendly ISP.
  8. RiscDJ
    Michael Emerton demonstrating RiscDJ, a digital music library supporting hundreds of thousands of MP3 and OGG tracks.
  9. RisControl/BeebControl
    The rise of the machines, Neil Fazakerley will be demostrating his giant robot arms controlled by computer.
  10. RISCOS Ltd
    Providing RISC OS users with over 10 years of updates to the Operating System.
  11. RISC OS Open Ltd
    Charged by Castle with maintaining the Shared Source RISC OS, come along and see the latest developments such as the Beagleboard.
  12. ROUGOL
    The RISC OS Users Group Of London, the show organisers will be on hand to try to tempt you to its upcomming meetings and talk about RISC OS in London in general.
  13. RPCEmu
    The cross platform Risc PC emulator.
  14. Soft Rock Software
    Vince Hudd with his huge selection of RISC OS utilities and applications.
  15. WikiProject RISC OS Trevor Johnson will be on hand to try to recurit you to the efforts to improve the RISC OS pages on Wikipedia.

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