To: 999 (all members) From: E2K (J.W.Smith) Subject: OPPORTUNITY HI EVERY BODY! YOU MUST BY NOW HAVE SEEN THE FIRST PART OF MY SCI-FI STORY. WHAT DO YOU THINK? ALL COMMENTS ARE WELCOME GOOD OR BAD INCLUDED, I'D LIKE TO KNOW WHAT YOU ALL THINK OF IT! BECAUSE I HAVE NO IDEA WHATSOEVER TO CALL THE STORY, SO I HOPE TO ENLIST ALL YOU LOT OUT THERE TO HELP ME. IF ANY OF YOU HAVE ANY NEAT IDEAS FOR A TITLE THEN PLEASE CONTACT ME WITH YOUR SUGGESTIONS! I'LL GIVE THEM ALL CAREFUL CONSIDERATION AND THE ONE I CHOOSE WILL GET A MENTION ON THE COMPILATION DISC THAT WILL BE AVAILABLE FROM THE TBI SECTION IN THE PD. SUGGESTIONS TO; J.W.SMITH E2K 145 CHARLES ST
From: K8P (Brian Tallowin ) Subject: poem Scarecrow on the Hill Here I stand on the hill Rain,wind or sun all weather passes me by, Farmers tweed jacket, fit only for the birds, Farmer grumbles years of life still in,How right he was! Corduroy trousers baler twine secured legs flapping in the restless wind; Sun arcs across spring's lengthening days, All around the gentle rustle of growth, Hedgerow Oaks habouring rooks and crows,waiting for their moment; Black silhouttes across the dusk sky,maybe tomorrow? All in a day's work. To: ccc From: K8P (Brian Tallowin) Subject: story Cyclist Dilemma Hal. said A line can be regarded as having length but no breadth. Joe who was a keen cyclist said yes I see, Hal replyed That a dot is the start of a line, with lines radiating out from the dot;with the dot travelling around the perimeter of the spokes, Joe said that's the shape of a wheel, Hal said, If I now make a framework of lines, in the shape of bike,turning it 90degres it would dissappear. Joe said I see Hal said Well watch out when you turn the corner on your bike!!
MESSAGE FROM MIKE MALLETT
Teletext 651 May25 01:58:03
FROM LITTLE ACORNS
Acorn Computer owners living in the
South East of England should check
out the Acorn Southeast Show. Taking
place at Collingwood Suite,
Stanborough Road, Welwyn Garden City,
the event is on Saturday July 5 from
10am to 5pm.
The show is supported by Acorn and
Xemplar and is aimed at all users.
INFORMATION 01582 767540
Previously, I had mentioned the Lentil
bulletin board. This has now relocated
to Woking, Surrey. The new number is:
Is anyone interested in CP/M on the
BBC? I have access to Z-80
co-processors made by Acorn, Torch and
Technomatic. I have nearly all the
original discs and manuals. I also have
a lot of general CP/M material.
I hope to get together with other
members to provide a few articles for
8BS as well as programs for the
Please contact me:
Mike Mallett, 19 Knollmead, Calcot,
READING, RG31 7DQ
0118 961 5019