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Announcement   Announcement : AMIcast Special Episode 1
   posted by radzik on 15-Feb-2015 20:18:58 (1185 reads)
Special episode of podcast: AmigaOS bankrupt? I'm trying to get all my reflections together and figure out a good points whatever will happen in the future.

http://amicast.ppa.pl
https://itunes.apple.com/de/podcast/amicast/id961455301?l=en
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Re: AMIcast Special Episode 1
Posted on 26-Feb-2015 8:10:16
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So this is a jump the gun episide?

Interesting how you call AmigaOS a company.

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