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Announcement   Announcement : The Crypt Issue 40 is now out
   posted by Zola on 5-Jun-2005 15:10:32 (1369 reads)
Once again the people at Ryan Productions have sweated and toiled for hours to bring you another fine issue of that much loved publication, the Crypt. So what will you find in this issue?

Read on to find out.


Read how the very earth you stand on (or sitting, if your reading this on the computer) has changed from what it once was. How over the millenniums, the forces of nature have moved and built a different world.

We look at the worlds biggest roller coaster. A national computer scam gets exposed in Crypt Articles. We show you the importance of backing up your data in Win XP and how to do it.

For the photographers out there, we have 2 articles on how to get the most from your camera, be it film or digital.

We've trawled together some wonderful films to download about dexterity, they have to be seen to be believed.

For the Steam railway enthusiasts out there, Ian Fyvie takes an in depth look at the Tay Bridge disaster - was the investigation brought to a satisfactory conclusion, or did they find a convenient scapegoat?

These plus the usual mix of jokes/mirth/recipes/stories should keep you busy for a while.

The Crypt
    

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