Rupert Goodwins' Weekend Diary


Now here's a funny thing. While browsing through some American magazines, I spot that there's an American company called Monorail. This is about a year old; it's composed of ex-Compaq people and it has one of the more intriguing launches of the last couple of years. The Monorail computer is an obelisk with a 75MHz K5 processor, 16Mb of RAM, a built-in 640 x 480 colour LCD display, quad-speed CD-ROM drive and 33.6kbps modem

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Rupert has worked at ZDNet UK, IT Week, PC Magazine, Computer Life, Mac User, Alfa Systems, Amstrad, Sinclair, Micronet 800, Marconi Space and Defence Systems, and a dodgy TV repair shop in the back streets of Plymouth. He can still swap out a gassy PL509 with the best of 'em. If you want to promote your company or product, fine -- but pl... Full Bio

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