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Events   Events : Ottawa Amiga Show - Report
   posted by fuzzybear on 26-Nov-2003 19:28:10 (1410 reads)
The annual Ottawa Amiga Show was held on November 22nd. Some highlights included..........


a demonstration of OS4 (alpha) on AmigaOne and OS4 beta on a CSPPC Amiga 4000 in Mediator Tower, both were running YAM and AmIRC. Randy Hughes from Amiga Inc was on hand to chat with attendees. And one lucky US attendee won the AmigaOne motherboard raffle - they traveled over 8 hours to get to the show!! A great time was had by all!

Please read the full report (and pictures) here:

http://www.technomages.net/amigashow/
    

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