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Amigaworld.net News   Amigaworld.net News : Amiga On The movies and TV Series, Chapter 1: A4000 in "Quantum Apocalypse".
   posted by amigatronics on 4-May-2020 14:50:36 (1147 reads)
The Amiga enjoyed great prominence behind of the cameras,
but also had her moments in front of them.
This is the first chapter of a serial based on the
Amiga's appearances in movies and television series.

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MEGA_RJ_MICAL 
Re: Amiga On The movies and TV Series, Chapter 1: A4000 in &
Posted on 5-May-2020 1:15:15
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[QUOTE]The Amiga enjoyed great prominence behind of the cameras,
but also had her moments in front of them.
This is the first chapter of a serial based on the
Amiga's appearances in movies and television series.[/QUOTE]

I like the line breaks, makes it look like an Haiku of sorts.

such great prominence
camera moments, movies
Amiga enjoyed


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Re: Amiga On The movies and TV Series, Chapter 1: A4000 in &
Posted on 5-May-2020 1:15:40
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Quote:
The Amiga enjoyed great prominence behind of the cameras,
but also had her moments in front of them.
This is the first chapter of a serial based on the
Amiga's appearances in movies and television series.


I like the line breaks, makes it look like an Haiku of sorts.

such great prominence
camera moments, movies
Amiga enjoyed


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Re: Amiga On The movies and TV Series, Chapter 1: A4000 in &
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I don't watch TV (since 1970, but a lot before then), and I barely understand where this came from, but the production values are certainly way above average, except for the external "snaps" indicating production, visual interference, normally cut out. The last frantic seizing of the Amiga has to imply the techs were aware enough of the Amiga OS (dissing Windows?) to know how to access content. The presentation of autism cannot be too criticized, since there is such a variety of behavior that falls in the pigeon hole of autism.

How did you come by this?


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