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News   News : Dave Haynie Exclusive Interview
   posted by Mikey_C on 17-Mar-2006 19:22:01 (3028 reads)
Total Amiga Magazine Issue 23 has now shipped to subscribers and it includes an indepth interview with Amiga Legend, Dave Haynie.


5 Pages of Dave Haynie giving his thoughts on everything from his days at Commodore and the death bed vigil. What does he think of the new Amiga? Read it for yourself in this first part of our two part comprehensive article.

Plus an interview with Stephen Fellner (author of DVPlayer) too

Visit http://www.totalamiga.org for further details

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Dirk-B 
Re: Dave Haynie Exclusive Interview
Posted on 17-Mar-2006 19:54:48
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Ok, ordered the magazine.

Btw. Thanks to all for your work.


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Lots of thanks to TotalAmiga people.

I will buy this issue, but not because of the Dave's interview.

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@Dirk-B @firbodi

Thanks for the praise/supports guys, it's what keeps us going


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is the Interviews with Dave Haynie and Stephen Fellner online somewhere??


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Looking forward to reading the interview. I hope he hasn't pussyfooted around, but tells it like it is.

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Thanks for the praise/supports guys, it's what keeps us going


Yeah, should be some interesting reading.


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Thanks for the new issue. Can't wait to read about the legendery Haynie.


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Nice. Hope my copy arrives soon.

Hans

Last edited by Hans on 17-Mar-2006 at 10:04 PM.


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Ooh... the guy behind DiskSalv and the A4000's free beer jumper! Cool!


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@smithy:
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Looking forward to reading the interview. I hope he hasn't pussyfooted around, but tells it like it is.

Hazy pussyfooting? That'll be on a cold day in Hell ...

Best regards,

Niels

(Who's also looking forward, and thx for last weekend, guys, pix ASAP!)

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is the Interviews with Dave Haynie and Stephen Fellner online somewhere??


Now that would be silly of them while the magazine is current and shipping!

I'm buying a copy for the Dave Haynie interview.

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@d0c

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is the Interviews with Dave Haynie and Stephen Fellner online somewhere??

No, they are exclusive to Total Amiga magazine.


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@nbache

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and thx for last weekend, guys, pix ASAP!

It was good to meet you, looking forward to the pix


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Thanks for the hard work- it's going to be a great issue again.


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Guess I'll have to buy this number...


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can't wait for my issue!


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Ohh ! a nice surprise !

not been online for a while and I find this ! cool to see about the interview too.
when was it posted ? I've not had mine yet - although my paternity leave (yes I'm a dad again for the 3rd time)
lasts until I go back to work on tuesday.


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