Life in the old dog...

Life in the old dog...

Post by Richard Ha » Sun, 16 Jan 2005 19:09:01


While at BETT on Friday last, I met a teaching colleague from a school for
the hearing impaired who had been awarded the NAACE certificate - the first
hearing impaired school in the country to get it (amongst other firsts) -
who achieved the award solely on the RiscOS platform and who is determined
to continue using it.
As my school still uses much RiscOS software, we were able to discuss ways
in which we might collaborate & support each other's work with our
respective groups of children.
Hope this goes to show that there is still a RiscOS presence out there,
delivering quality ICT to children. Anyone know of other keepers of the
flame? It would be nice to see if we could encourage a flicker into a bit
more of a blaze....
Richard Hall

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Life in the old dog...

Post by dgs » Tue, 18 Jan 2005 01:16:01

In article < XXXX@XXXXX.COM >,



The answer is yes, have you not tried Google?

(Preferably with the correct spelling of the name of the operating system,
as this will improve your search results).

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Life in the old dog...

Post by Richard Po » Thu, 20 Jan 2005 20:18:23


Wich means "RISC OS" in quotes otherwise you'll get matches for both
parts separately. Google isn't case sensitive.

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