LAST WEEK'S CROSSWORD
Across: 7 Liechtenstein, 8 Gemini, 9 Mirage, 10 Omitted, 12 COBOL, 14 Spasm, 16 Doppler, 19 Bonsai, 20 Malice, 22 Intergalactic. Down: 1 Pile, 2 Script, 3 Striker, 4 Gnome, 5 Stereo, 6 Ringtone, 11 MapPoint, 13 Formula, 15 System, 17 Policy, 18 Higgs, 21 Coil. DISCLAIMER The views expressed by contributors are not necessarily those of the publishers. Every care is taken to ensure that the contents of the magazine are accurate but the publishers cannot accept responsibility for errors. While reasonable care is taken when accepting advertisements, the publishers cannot accept any responsibility for any resulting unsatisfactory transactions. Here we are, then, writing the final disclaimer ever. If you hadn’t noticed, we’ve been doing this for well over a decade, and it seems fitting now to draw attention to it. And what joys can you expect if you go back to your old issues and read the disclaimers? How about us moaning about the weather? Or telling you which gadgets we’ve managed to break? Andnd you’llyou find frequent mentions of our LauraDesigners (Passmore and Gunnion) and their frequent trips abroad, which they really don’t get paid enough for. But mostly, it’s just us telling you what we’ve been up to during the week we made the current issue. For example, this week, we’ve mostly been crying into our coffee… Well, we would have been if we could still afford coffee. Correction, then: we’ve been crying into our weak, shop-brand orange squash, as we prepare to lay this fine magazine to rest. Anthony has spent a good part of the week alternating between shivering and sweating, as the flu takes grip, John has been slaving away as normal, and Simon Brew has been struggling to get approval for the ridiculous things we wanted to put on the cover. So goodbye, dear readers. It’s been emotional.