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    Quote Originally Posted by BeeVee View Post
    Yup, I was deputy editor to Garrick Webster for the first few issues until he moved on to Computer Arts and left me captaining the ship


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    I worked on the school newsletter - that specific smell of a duplicator! My first dtp work was on a zine for the Amiga, in PageStream (Pro Page was more stable, PageStream more fun).

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    Quote Originally Posted by lardbros View Post
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    That podcast is BRILLIANT!
    I KNOW, RIGHT?!

    Those boys really uncover the behind the scene stories of all those retro tech companies we grew up on in the 80s and 90s, from the people who were there.

    And they do it EVERY WEEK!

    You wouldn't believe the things they were getting up to back in the day.


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    Newtek should do a LightWave one, talking to all the old Bab 5 pros and stuff. Would love to hear a podcast interviewing Kevin Q and Chris Zapara and all those cool guys
    Over to you Ben.

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    Too cool.
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    Thanks so much for pointing me towards Ben's interview BTW... I'm addicted to those podcasts now They're awesome. Been listening to all my retro heroes, it's great!

    I used to have every issue of 3d World... apart from issue 4, i think I lent it to someone and never got it back... but recently recycled them ALL It was difficult, but they took up SO much space.
    I may have kept a few issues, and could have probably sold them on ebay, but it's a huge ball-ache.
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    My copies of 3D World until I left Future Publishing...

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    Ben Vost - NewTek LightWave 3D development
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