Is this site going back to where we were?

  doug 22:16 31 Jan 2003

Spring Issue ( iss. 91) page 144 in the helpline section shows a plug for the Helproom. It definitely shows the Boolean Search Facility and also the Games Room. Does this mean we will be getting back to the flexible site we had before or are the publishers economising by using old screen shots? It shows the last thread as having been posted to on 03.01.03 at 15:50. It was a question posed by hitherto relating to Microsoft Outlook and ad 13 replies.

  Cordy13 22:21 31 Jan 2003

Just shows how silly it is to write copy so far in advance (03.01.03).

  Djohn 22:22 31 Jan 2003

doug Is 91 in the shops yet, or do you get yours on Prescription!?

  doug 22:25 31 Jan 2003

It's on prescription. Christmas pressie from no.1 1 daughter again and gives much pleasure.

  TOPCAT® 22:25 31 Jan 2003

Only the 'tablet' newspapers are on prescription!

:))))) TC.

  Cordy13 22:26 31 Jan 2003

There is another thread, somewhere, where they are talking about receiving it via mail - you figure!

  Djohn 22:31 31 Jan 2003

Found this a few pages back in consumerwatch and it explains itself! Nice one T.C. :o)

PCA ed Tue, 14.01.03 | 17:42 By popular demand The next issue (91) will be called 'spring' and will be on sale 6 Feb. The one after (92) will be called April and on sale 6 March, bringing PCA *almost* back into line with real time.

  doug 22:32 31 Jan 2003

Ah but with the search engine shown in the illustration we should be able to find that.

  Djohn 22:33 31 Jan 2003

doug ;o)

  Djohn 22:35 31 Jan 2003

Cordy13, must have missed that thread, can't remember it, or find it!

  doug 22:35 31 Jan 2003

So if April is coming in February, can I have my 28 days back Your Holiness Gregory?

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