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News   News : Membership for free in Norwegian Amiga Association
   posted by alef on 1-Jul-2006 23:51:26 (1447 reads)
Norwegian Amiga Association now offers a free membership option in the user union groups new program for members.

This offer includes free downloadable digital issues of the user union group members magazine Amigaguiden in PDF format.


Understanding and reading Norwegian can be necessary to get the best out of this, but anyone can sign up at this registration form or/and read more about this news item at naf.as news .



NAF is a Norwegian national user group union and is recognized as an official user group at amiga.com, and has been existing in some form since 1992. NAF HQ is localized in the city of Mo i Rana, Norway. Mo i Rana is known as "the city beneath the arctic circle". NAF had 31-Dec-2005 exactly 70 members nationwide.
    

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tomazkid 
Re: Membership for free in Norwegian Amiga Association
Posted on 2-Jul-2006 1:05:43
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This was a bit unexpected news, think I might sign up

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Re: Membership for free in Norwegian Amiga Association
Posted on 5-Jul-2006 17:47:11
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Mo i Rana is known as "the city beneath the arctic circle".


Lucky ducks! It's not fair they get to be the only city in the warm reaches of Earth below the artic circle. I mean, c'mon. Why can't we build any other cities down there? It's cold up here!!!!

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Re: Membership for free in Norwegian Amiga Association
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@tomazkid

Slight off-topic, but notice under:
Quote:
AmigaAnywhereTM currently targets the following platforms:

Under "personal computers" they chose to show an an Amiga2000 and 1084 Monitor.

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Under "personal computers" they chose to show an an Amiga2000 and 1084 Monitor.

#6


Yes, well, they also say OS4 release in 2005. Did you expect more from AInc?
Gotta set those expectations properly..


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@wegster

Heh! No. I meant it was nice to picture an "Amiga" computer, when they could
have chosen a picture of another platform for the image.

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