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Amiga and the Titanic
Posted on 7-Jan-2020 15:06:06
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@all

Source

Plus some interesting comments and an update on where the history landed.

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Re: Amiga and the Titanic
Posted on 7-Jan-2020 15:21:32
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WHAT A SOOTHING VOICE.

It soothes.













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Re: Amiga and the Titanic
Posted on 7-Jan-2020 15:29:47
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@MEGA_RJ_MICAL

Apparently it is still a developing story. Another update appeared a few days ago.

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more info from the ebay sale

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Re: Amiga and the Titanic
Posted on 7-Jan-2020 20:26:27
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@number6
Yes Amiga and Titanic ended up the same.

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Re: Amiga and the Titanic
Posted on 8-Jan-2020 0:38:51
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Its cool the Amiga was used in some capacity on the movie Titanic.

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Re: Amiga and the Titanic
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Re: Amiga and the Titanic
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