Welcome to SUMO, an unofficial archive of Sinclair User, which ran for longer than any other Sinclair-related magazine; 133 issues from April 1982 through to May 1993.
The copyright on all content still exists with the original authors and publishers. Please send any requests for removal or alteration via e-mail - although obviously, I'd rather you didn't. All comments, suggestions and gratuitous abuse are also welcome on this address.
Any similarities between this site and Matthew Wilson's CRASH Online Edition are entirely deliberate. My thanks to Matthew, and also to a few other people.
Last update : February 20th 2002
No complete issue this time, but instead - following a flood of requests (well, two) - the first twenty "Hewson's Helplines" from issues 1 to, ah, 20. I can still only understand the odd sentence. They were also a positive joy to proof-read, so if anyone spots any mistakes, please let me know. Also, I finally got hold of a copy of number 89, which means all the issues are now indexed and the covers page is complete (if now decidedly over 1.5Mb).
Finally, Rebecca Ferguson (reviewer on issues 16 to 23) got in touch to point out that Sid Smith, the first program reviewer on SU and Sinclair Programs before going on to work for Micronet, recently won a Whitbread award. For a novel about China despite never having visited the country, apparently.