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The forty-ninth page of Past Issue links with a brief description of some, but by no means all,
the excellent articles featured.
VIP has some tips on how not to write a computer game, Florida Sailor reminisces about summer carnivals, and Galay Babe enjoys the Diamond Jubilee concert.
Smudger's back on board Britannia, Maria celebrates Lorca's birthday, and Dmitri does drive-ins.
Awix sees Red Lights, Willem sees a Gabar Goshawk, and Galaxy Babe sees stars - naturally!
The Post celebrates US Independence Day, and Canada Day.
Gnomon visits London's Victoria and Albert museum, MVP is singing around the campfire, and Geggs rounds up June's Quotes Of The Day.
The Olympics inspires some inventive haikus, while a skype conversation results in A Programmer's Prayer. Watch out for the lion, the mermaid, and the spiderman!
Phoenician Trader starts a new series - Big Churches in Little Europe. There's a quiz on unusual sports. And is a Bel necessary on a bike? (Note: this is a very old Knock Knock joke, ask your parents.)
Deke perseveres with kayaking, Trillian's Child meets some very dubious characters in Dublin's fair city, and Rosie expounds on the joy of sneeze.
Z completes the couch to 5k programme, Geggs rounds up July in quotes, and h5ringer is moved by the music at the Proms.
Sports galore - Honest Iago is at the Olympics, MVP is chasing the Tour de France, and dmitri shares the secrets of sports writing.