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Amigaworld.net News   Amigaworld.net News : AMIcast - Episode 27 - Amiga 34 - Adam Zalepa
   posted by radzik on 1-Nov-2019 11:36:35 (775 reads)
Amiga 34 in Germany was the most interesting part of this year. In this episode, the guest is Adam Zalepa. He is best known for publishing books, magazines, and software.
Together with my guest Adam Zalepa we talk about hardware news, new software releases and possible future developments of Amiga.

http://www.amigapodcast.com/2019/10/amicast-episode-27-amiga-34-adam-zalepa.html
    

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