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Internet News   Internet News : Commodore: The Amiga Years book launching on Kickstarter on June 15, 2015
   posted by rthornqu on 3-Jun-2015 17:20:38 (2056 reads)
Brian Bagnall, the author of Commodore: A Company on the Edge, is chronicling the next chapter of the Commodore story in his upcoming book, Commodore: The Amiga Years. The book is to be launched on Kickstarter on June 15, 2015. The announcement was made on his Facebook page:



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