Vol.1 – No.1, October 1987
|Former editors||Paul Beverley|
|First issue||October 1987|
The first issue was announced in September 1987 and came out in October 1987, a month before the launch of RISC User. In August 2007, the current editor-in-chief, Jim Nagel, took over from the founding editor Paul Beverley. Members of The ARM Club were offered discounted subscriptions in 1999, around the time of the discontinuation of Archimedes World and announced closure of RISC User.
- "Red Keys: Archivists". A & B Computing. Argus Specialist Publications. October 1987. p. 33.
Norwich Computer Services are to publish a monthly magazine in support of their new user group for the Archimedes. Each issue will cost £1.20 and the first is out in September. To gain the full benefits of Archive membership [...]
- "Red Keys: Nickname". A & B Computing. Argus Specialist Publications. October 1987. p. 33.
[...] Norwich Computer Services are starting up a user group called Archive [...]
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- Cook, Matthew (Spring 1999). "Still Worth Reading" (PDF). Eureka. The ARM Club. p. 46. Retrieved 2012-10-31.