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Announcement   Announcement : AMIcast - Special Episode 9 - Amiga in 2018
   posted by radzik on 30-Dec-2018 13:19:03 (241 reads)
In the Special Episode 9 of AMIcast, we look at what happened in 2018. Is this year was good for Amiga?
Together with Marcin we are talking about news from 2018, parties, and events, announcements, and missed opportunities.

http://www.amigapodcast.com/2018/12/amicast-special-episode-9-amiga-in-2018.html

With English version of eXec.pl - amiganews.eXec.pl we have two summaries of 2018 in text form:
- The year 2018 in a positive way
- The year 2018 Of The Nothing
    

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