As you may or may not know, although you are indeed reading the second issue of the EUG magazine, it did not originally materialise in electronic format but consisted of sheets of photocopied A4 paper.
However, to save you all needing to type in (and debug!) all the program listings of EUGs #0 to 8 (not to mention have a complete EUG 'collection' in the same format!), all the paper issues were released on disk in the year 2000.
THE BIT AT THE FRONT
Welcome to another brilliant issue of EUG, the only magazine fully supporting the Electron. It arrived (as became a tradition) after a lot of frustration and extremely late. You may find the enclosed photograph (digitised!) to be symbolic of life as EUG editor.
Marc Harris shows you how to protect your BREAK key from those tiresome bumps and bangs that lose your data and time! Features six figures which will need to be dumped to a printer.
The alarming story of the Big Brothers guarding your electronic data.
A fiercely welcomed guide to common hardware faults you may encounter with your Electron plus advice on how to fix them! From John Brown.
THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF THE COMPUTER #1
Dr Bernard Nerdfergler takes an off-beat and ironic look at computer literature in the first part of this series.
EUG Still Needs You Demo
A similar demo to the one in EUG #1, except with different text.
Originally this was exactly what it was. In an effort to reproduce the tremendous anticipation which must have accompanied its transition from the paper to the micro, nothing is given away here...
Under the Articles Menu, we check out the MUSIC 5000 synthesiser from Hybrid Technology/PRES and the latest games compilation from Superior Software Play It Again Sam 16 gets detailed under the bit(s) at the front.
NEW CROSSWORD UTILITY
Another fantastic computerised crossword to tax your brain. Also featuring the solution to EUG #1's puzzler.
Will Watts, EUG #2