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2010

  • Tandoori Magazine, July

2009

2005

  • Mondo Magazine, we were credited with inventing the digital (video) lighting revolution with BiT BOPPERâ„¢.

2003

  • Hotelier (October)
  • FMCG (Aug/Sept)
  • HRM Hotel & Restaurant Manager (Aug/Sept)

2002

  • Felix, Imperial College Newsletter (October)
  • EuropeMedia.net (March 25)
  • “The Lab”, LBC Radio, London (January)
  • InfoSync.no (January 16)
  • TheRegister.co.uk (January 6)

1999

  • Interactive Week (January 11)

1994

  • Show Technology Magazine (Spring Issue)

1989

  • Audio Visual Magazine (November)
  • AV User (November)
  • Lighting + Sound International (October)
  • Disco & Club Trade International (October)
  • New Computer Express (August 12)
  • A&B Computing (August)
  • The Micro User (June)
  • 8000 Plus Magazine (June)
  • Disco & Club Trade International (May)
  • BBC Acorn User Magazine (May)
  • Amstrad PCW Magazine (April)
  • ACE Magazine (April)
  • Popular Computing Weekly (April 6)
  • Amiga Computing (February)
  • 8000 Plus Magazine (February)
  • Your Amstrad PCW Magazine (February)
  • Amstrad PCW Magazine (January)
  • Computer & Video Games Magazine

1988

  • The Daily Telegraph
  • Computer Shopper (December)
  • Amstrad Action (November)
  • 8000 Plus Magazine (July)
  • Your Amiga (June/July)
  • Your Amstrad PCW (April)
  • Personal Computer World (March)
  • Computing with the Amstrad PCW (February)
  • 8000 Plus Magazine (February)
  • A&B Computing (January)

1987

  • 8000 Plus Magazine (December)
  • The Wordsmith (September/October)
  • Putting your Amstrad to Work (September)
  • Personal Computer World (August)
  • Amstrad 8000 Plus (July)
  • A&B Computing (June)
  • Acorn User (June)
  • Commodore Computing International (July)
  • The Micro User (March)
  • Computing With The Amstrad (February)
  • Amstrad Action (February)
  • Educational Computing (February)

1986

  • Designing (Autumn Issue)
  • Amstrad Action (Christmas Issue)
  • Desktop Publishing Today (December)
  • Personal Computer World (August)
  • Computer Review (August)
  • Amstrad Action (July)
  • Popular Computing Weekly (June)
  • Practical Computing (May)
  • A&B Computing (April)
  • Your Computer (April)
  • What Micro? (March)
  • Oxford Mail (January 28)
  • The Micro User (January)
  • Learning to Cope Magazine

1985

  • Personal Computer News (August 12)
  • Micro User Magazine (May)
  • Newbury Weekly News (May)