is the first published Electronic Newspaper for
The answer is Blowin' in the Wind
the time will come up
Bob Dylan (When the Ship Comes In)
Bob Dylan (Jokerman)
Words of the Month
The palores etymology is still under discussion on the One-List/Cornish Wildlife site.
chough | tLf | n. ME. [Prob. imit.] 1 A jackdaw or related bird. Now rare exc. as below. ME. 2 A small crow of the genus Pyrrhocorax; spec. (a)the red-legged, red-billed P. pyrrhocorax (orig. called Cornish chough), which in Britain frequents western cliffs; ...
There are several ways to copy or move multiple files in Windows Explorer under Windows 95.
I expect that you already know that if you press Control before choosing a file, you can choose more than one. Also, click on the first file you wish to copy, move or delete etc. and then hold down the Shift key. Then go to the last file you wish to copy. All the intervening files will be highlighted.
Now, suppose you want to copy almost all the files in a directory. There is a quick way to do this. The first choice is to Select All, and then click on the files you do not want to copy which will no longer be highlighted. Then return to the Edit menu and select Invert Selection.
Another trick is to use the first method and then continue by pressing the Control key.
All these tricks are very much mouse-orientated. Personally, I recommend a Trackball. I use the cheapest Logitech model (under £25).
PC Pro (March 2000) includes a full copy of Xara3D on it cover disc. This is a program that can develop three dimensional headings on your web site, and these can be animated as well. The latest version of the program is also included as a demonstration on the cover disc.
The marketing strategy to sell this program looks like a winner!
The Toll Bridge
1781 The wooden bridge over the River Adur at Old Shoreham was built, replacing a ferry. The bridge was rebuilt to a similar design in 1916 and up until 1971 was the main A27 road for all traffic passing through Shoreham.
last but one issue on Adur.
Shoreham Lifeboat Station
Shoreham Airport Society
Shoreham Rowing Club
Shoreham Sailing Club
at Truleigh Hill
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Games & Leisure
Dave O'Connor sites
is recommended if you like Risk-type games.
Download the demonstrations for the cost of a telephone call (very brief download time) and watch out for addiction. I think the prices are too high, about double what they ought to be. Mother of All Battles takes some getting used to, but then soon becomes not too simple to win, but needs a bit more variation to compete with the modern games. It turned out to be a fine game, but a disappointment nevertheless. Firefight needs a better computer than mine.
These games can be played
by two or more people (up to 6 with Mother of All Battles) and then the
price can be split between two and the value appreciated - if you have
time to play games, of course.
For any company or organisation wanting nationwide green publicity, there is an opportunity to sponsor the journal "Glaucus" of the British Marine Life Study Society.
There remains sponsorship opportunities on the BMLSS (England) web site and other publications, including Torpedo.
Sponsorship is also available for the Adur Electronic News Bulletin and the Shoreham-by-Sea web pages (which preceded the Adur Resource Centre web site), which would be more suitable for a local firm(s).
Normal advertisement rules
Adur Torpedo was written, designed and distributed by Andy Horton.
Links to earlier issues
(for subscribers who have downloaded the Bulletins only, and web site visitors).