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News   News : Amiga Article On ExtremeTech
   posted by spudmiga on 23-Jan-2003 18:46:37 (1516 reads)
There is an Amiga article on the frontpage of top tech site ExtremeTech. It's by Olin Wread and is about the past and future of the Amiga.


It is not the most uplifting of articles, but it is always good to see Amiga in mainstream media
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Re: Amiga Article On ExtremeTech
Posted on 24-Jan-2003 13:33:28
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Once that OS4 is out hopefully it`ll atttract more users with positive reviews.


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Re: Amiga Article On ExtremeTech
Posted on 25-Jan-2003 11:34:54
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Hopefully you are right.


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