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soft 
amiga's subsequent mortalities
Posted on 13-Feb-2021 7:09:26
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The amiga was a prey animal; a very diligent, stalwart one, but one nonetheless. Microsoft a predator.

As much as I favoured the underdoggie and frankly superior amiga, i prefer this timeline, because without it we wouldn't have had steve ballmer saying "coming and coming" and "developers developers".

I believe we are past the nadir of Amiga's lifecycle and are approaching something that is actually innovative again. We'll have Amiga's that ho-ho-ho at running Crysis at 0 and negative megahertz, for example.

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Re: amiga's subsequent mortalities
Posted on 13-Feb-2021 7:50:46
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Friend soft,

dosage is important.








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Re: amiga's subsequent mortalities
Posted on 13-Feb-2021 9:32:51
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@MEGA_RJ_MICAL

shark-jumping innovation is best innovation

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Rose 
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Posted on 13-Feb-2021 11:18:57
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@soft

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Re: amiga's subsequent mortalities
Posted on 13-Feb-2021 12:00:32
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@Rose

approach it with an open mind

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Posted on 13-Feb-2021 14:35:56
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2021: The Year We Make gerflibblegibble

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Rose 
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@soft

Quote:

soft wrote:
@Rose

approach it with an open mind


There isn't enough drugs in the world to make my mind that open....

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Re: amiga's subsequent mortalities
Posted on 14-Feb-2021 21:45:46
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@soft

The Opening of the Amiga Mind.

You might have to self-publish.

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Posted on 15-Feb-2021 23:59:53
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I'm really interested in this concept of negative megahertz.

Everyone has been throwing more compute cycles at Crysis, but what would happen if we threw anti-cycles at it. I think the game would play backwards, which means all frames are pre-rendered and load at phenomenal (ho-ho-ho) speed.

I think I need to watch TENET a few more times.

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Posted on 16-Feb-2021 21:29:03
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Aaaaand there's 2 minutes of my life I can't get back...



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Posted on 18-Feb-2021 0:30:11
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and ders anover one that needs to attend workout at an imaginasium once a week. Day.

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