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Internet News   Internet News : Creation Studio founder pledges support for Amiga
   posted by MikeB on 7-Nov-2003 9:30:28 (1670 reads)
At Amiga Flame we can read that Tony Nottage, the founder of a new company called Creation Studio, has pledged support for AmigaOS4 software projects. The company has already done earlier work for Warner Brothers, Disney Furniture and Vodafone.
    

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Bodie 
Re: Creation Studio founder pledges support for Amiga
Posted on 7-Nov-2003 12:04:24
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wow great hear!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Let's hope that developers take him up on his offer .

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Re: Creation Studio founder pledges support for Amiga
Posted on 7-Nov-2003 13:00:54
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Is always good to see some OS4 support outhere


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Re: Creation Studio founder pledges support for Amiga
Posted on 7-Nov-2003 23:29:31
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From: going to and fro in the earth, and from walking up and down in it.

Might we suspect that Mr. Nottage is just one of all people within the animation/graphics/entertainment industries who share these same feelings? The "fond memories of the Amiga"-camp and consequently "would love to use one again"-people.

Let's hope he's just the first in a long line of curious old-timers looking to return, and not an exception blinded by nostalgia.


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Re: Creation Studio founder pledges support for Amiga
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He could make a good start by porting True Brilliance to Os4 .. Or creating an even better, but similer GUI animation/paint package.


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