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Stay AWAY from his BINS: The Return of Mr Biffo

You HEARD the man. NOW GO to the Digitiser 2000 BLOG! Mmmngh! (Pic: Dan Farrimond)

Big news, moc-moc-a-mockers! Ex-Digitiser supremo and legendary UK teletext artist Paul Rose AKA Mr Biffo is back in blog form with Digitiser 2000. As the name might suggest, it’s the classic teletext video game magazine rebooted for the 21st century… even though the original incarnation survived well into this century. But work with me here, I’m on a roll.

What became of the likes of Mr T (tribute pictured below)? Is a book in the works? And will Digitiser ever return to teletext? Find out the answer to literally none of these questions at the Biffmaster’s Twitter and blog pages RIGHT NOW. Or whenever you’ve finished your hot coffee, whichever’s better for you.

Visit digitiser2000.com NOW to see all your favourite characters including Fat Sow, The Man and Cyber X (not Cybers-X as previously published on this blog). There’s also some modern video game related stuff, just to prove this project transcends the barriers of nostalgia. Go now!

You HEARD the man. NOW GO to the Digitiser 2000 BLOG! Mmmngh! (Pic: Dan Farrimond)

You HEARD the man. NOW GO to the Digitiser 2000 BLOG! Mmmngh! (Pic: Dan Farrimond)

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Teletext artist and head mad scientist at the UK Teletext Art Research Lab (TARL). | hello [at] teletextart (dot) co *dot* uk | danfarrimond.co.uk

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