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nikosidis 
Re: Commodore Amiga Global Alliance
Posted on 28-Jun-2023 7:58:21
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Just change the name to Amiga Global Analiance and you suddenly have this huge market

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NutsAboutAmiga 
Re: Commodore Amiga Global Alliance
Posted on 28-Jun-2023 12:03:19
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@nikosidis

The sad part is thats its not actually a joke.

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terminills 
Re: Commodore Amiga Global Alliance
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@amyren


Well I know FinalWriter 97 is not free nor does anyone have the rights to include it.

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Hammer 
Re: Commodore Amiga Global Alliance
Posted on 2-Jul-2023 0:24:21
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@terminills

Quote:

terminills wrote:
@amyren


Well I know FinalWriter 97 is not free nor does anyone have the rights to include it.

It's easy to remove "FinalWriter 97" i.e. I'm in the Wordworth camp. All my current printers are network-based and the Amiga has an issue with them and I need to figure out NetPrinter software.

With a working AmiTube, I have been deleting the bloatware from Coffeine 922 and I'm using a 32 GB microSD card.

YouTube MPEG videos can eat disk space.

I purchased Plipbox for A500.

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gonegahgah 
Re: Commodore Amiga Global Alliance
Posted on 4-Aug-2023 8:43:32
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From: Australia

Just received my From Vultures to Vampires Vol. 2 today.
Thanks David Pleasance.
Looking forward to reading it through.
At 275 pages it is 75 pages less than Vol. 1 but should still be a good read.
Then I have to work out how to order Vol. 3...

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RobertB 
Re: Commodore Amiga Global Alliance
Posted on 4-Aug-2023 15:04:54
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Joined: 16-Jun-2006
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From: Visalia, California

Yup, I received my Volume 2 book about a week ago. Not only does it talk about Amiga but also about what has happened with the Commodore name!

Truly,
Robert Bernardo
Fresno Commodore User Group - http://www.dickestel.com/fcug.htm
Southern California Commodore & Amiga Network - http://www.portcommodore.com/sccan

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eliyahu 
Re: Commodore Amiga Global Alliance
Posted on 4-Aug-2023 15:22:57
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@RobertB

Yep, loads of content on Commodore. I wonder if that was what pushed the page count too high and necessitated a third volume? Either way always a good read. I loved the story about the drinks-soaked meeting with Hyperion during the X1000 saga.

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DiscreetFX 
Re: Commodore Amiga Global Alliance
Posted on 4-Aug-2023 15:26:10
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@RobertB

Im still waiting for my hardback edition of From Vultures to Vampires Vol 2. I really really enjoyed reading the eBook Edition of Vol 2. It was a gripping part 2 take about the Amiga Saga. Kind of like The Divine Comedy Vol 2 from Italian Dante Alighieri. Its a Italian narrative begun in 1308 and completed around 1321.

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RobertB 
Re: Commodore Amiga Global Alliance
Posted on 5-Aug-2023 2:52:34
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DiscreetFX wrote:
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Kind of like The Divine Comedy Vol 2 from Italian Dante Alighieri.

Wait a minute! Are you talking about Purgatorio? Because though I finished Inferno, I never began Purgatorio.

Truly,
Robert Bernardo
Fresno Commodore User Group - http://www.dickestel.com/fcug.htm
Southern California Commodore & Amiga Network - http://www.portcommodore.com/sccan

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DiscreetFX 
Re: Commodore Amiga Global Alliance
Posted on 5-Aug-2023 13:59:19
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@RobertB

Yes, youre correct. Im not sure about your view but I see the Amiga Saga as a modern day technological Divine Comedy. The Amigas journey through Hell, Purgatory and finally Heaven. What do you think?

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BigD 
Re: Commodore Amiga Global Alliance
Posted on 5-Aug-2023 14:41:49
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@DiscreetFX

We had Commodore, Smiga Technologies, Quikpak, Eyetech, AmigaKit/A-EON and now Amiga users develop hardware and software ourselves like with the Pistorm and Vampire!

It sounds like an actual progression if you ignore all the Troika, ABox and ACK Control misfire/vapourware!

...and ignore anything involving Amiga Inc other than the recent Cloanto variant licensing the RGL Amiga Mini!

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Rob 
Re: Commodore Amiga Global Alliance
Posted on 5-Aug-2023 15:50:38
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@BigD

Simulant also have a licensed USB keyboard. A bit pricey at 140 but I pre-ordered for a bit less than that.

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