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Internet News   Internet News : New articles on Obligement
   posted by Daff on 1-May-2012 4:48:17 (1378 reads)
The following articles have been added to the website of the French Amiga/MorphOS magazine Obligement (http://obligement.free.fr) during the last two months :

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- March/April 2012 news.
- Articles from A-News 1 to 4: Report: AmiExpo '88 Los Angeles, Review of Sculpt 3D, Review of Pro Page, Interview with Eric Graham, Report: Comdex 1988, Hardware: Digi-View 2.0, etc.- Interview with Paul Gentle (Varisys).
- Interview with Martin Steinbach (from 1999).
- Review: C64 Forever 2012.
- Review: NetSurf 2.6.
- Review: Alien Breed.
- Review: Bargon Attack.
- Review: Conflict Europe.
- Review: Beach Volley.
- Review: Zaz ain't Z*** (ZAZ).
- Review: GNU FreeDink 1.08r5.
- Hardware: Encore/MDX G4 Duet 1,83 GHz.
- Hardware: floppy drive remplacement.
- Hardware: modification of the Amiga 500 in order to insert of floppy drive with front.
- Hardware: LimeBook Z9.
- Hardware: Commodore 64 (update).
- File: Amiga 500 chips under a microscope.
- File: MorphOS easter eggs.
- File: Tripos, the roots of AmigaDOS.
- Tutorial: MEncoder, basic use (update).
- Programmation : shared objects on AmigaOS 4 - presentation and use.
- Special quizz about the AmigaOne X1000.

Rendez-vous on http://obligement.free.fr for this nice reading.
All translations are welcome. Please contact David "Daff" Brunet for more info.
    

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Re: New articles on Obligement
Posted on 1-May-2012 18:50:24
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LimeBook Z9 review is encouraging. I expected much worser user experience. Maybe it isn´t that bad choice for OS4.

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Re: New articles on Obligement
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As the author of the text ... I thank you ! If I can answer questions about this hardware, I will try. It would be exciting to work on that project and get the best of the machine.

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Re: New articles on Obligement
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Thanks for all the reviews. Wish just articles in English are translated by authors, not by Google Translate


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