It's full of your words, and doesn't feature any ...er...birds?
So lets start with some letters about the RISCWorld competition...
Errr...yes....you see the prizes we give away come out of my editorial budget. We could give away a couple of VirtualRPCs, but that would mean sacrificing several articles to pay for them. As you say that you rarely enter competitions anyway I'm not sure what I can do. I don't really want to reduce the editorial to pay for a couple of prizes for a couple of readers. The other key point is that the competition costs nothing to enter, just a minute to send an e-mail, and if you don't ever enter then you are guaranteed not to win, so even if it is something you don't want it's still free!
Thanks, I feel much better now. Now moving on to RISCWorld cock up corner...
Well technically Safari is acting correctly. The links and files should be the same case. If you think about it most servers are Linux based, and on these upper and lower case letter are not treated as the being the same (unlike Windows and RISC OS). So the files Index.html and index.html would actually be two separate files. Some browsers try to compensate for designer stupidity by checking different variants of the case of the file name being requested. So to sum up I don't think it's Safari being stupid, I think it's me!
Thanks, we have featured LeyFind in this very issue. RISCWorld comes out near the end (typically around the 22nd) of every other month. So this issue will be arriving at the end of January, the next issue will be around the end of March, then the start of the next volume will be around the end of May.
That seems to be it for this issues letters column. So to avoid this column being rather short next time why not write in to us and tell us what you think of RISCWorld.