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The Amiga was made in a Skunk Works way!
Posted on 25-Mar-2022 22:25:54
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https://www.lockheedmartin.com/en-us/who-we-are/business-areas/aeronautics/skunkworks.html

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Re: The Amiga was made in a Skunk Works way!
Posted on 25-Mar-2022 23:04:36
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@QBit

I'd say Amiga products have always been made in the same mould as the products produced by Lockheed Martin's Skunk Works!

Amiga(One) computers tend to fly under the radar and have great low observable technology at high costs!

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Re: The Amiga was made in a Skunk Works way!
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Re: The Amiga was made in a Skunk Works way!
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Amiga(One) computers tend to fly under the radar and have great low observable technology at high costs!

Ouch. Break out the Aloe Vera.

I read something from some notable industry analysts where IT's unfortunate adoption of the Financial Services Corporate Bureaucracy business management model is attributed to IBM. In reality, not only should any new Amiga be developed as a skunk works project, but all IT companies should ideally run under an R&D business management model.

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