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Announcement   Announcement : Amiga User International Celebrates 100
   posted by auimag on 8-Sep-2010 12:09:19 (1686 reads)
London - September 8th 2010: Amiga User International, fondly known as AUI, today celebrated 100 subscribers to its Facebook page.

AUI was, in 1986, the UK's first news-stand magazine dedicated to to productivity of the Amiga computer worldwide. The print publication closed in 1997 as the Amiga market shrank, but has maintained a web presence - at www.aui-magazine.net - ever since. With the rise in social networking, the team behind the web page decided to venture into this area and relaunched the site and the new Facebook page at this year's Vintage Computer Festival held at Bletchley Park.

Facebook users can search for 'Amiga User International (AUI)' or sign up via the www.aui-magazine.net home page.
    

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Re: Amiga User International Celebrates 100
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AUI was a great magazine.

It was one of three I used to buy regularly: AF, CU & AUI (and years later AmigaActive).


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@auimag Quote:
the team behind the web page decided to venture into this area and relaunched the site and the new Facebook page at this year's Vintage Computer Festival held at Bletchley Park.

I have to say that I wasn't aware of anyone to do with AUI being at the VCF...

BTW, does "the team behind the web page" have anything to do with those who originally ran AUI?!?

P.S. I fondly remember their floppy disks being ridiculously packed. IIRC they even used some custom disk format to get 976KB or something stupid per floppy.


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