New Contest at IntuitionBase: Win Free Subscription to Amiga Future!
Date 19-Sep-2012 21:43:33
|Know of a great classic application from the OS3 days that runs on your AmigaOne?|
Have a tip to share about AmigaOS 4.x? Well let IntuitionBase know about it and you
could win a free twelve-month subscription to Amiga Future magazine! Starting from
September 20th, the person who scores the most points at IntuitionBase through
submissions to our databases wins. The winner will announced live at AmiWest in
Sacramento, Sunday, October 21st.
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The rules are simple: the person who scores the most points, wins! Here is how to
1. (1) point is awarded for every edit made to an existing entry in our software or
hardware compatibility databases
2. (1) point is awarded for every link to a site relevant to next-gen Amiga users
3. (2) points are awarded for every new entry to either our software or hardware
4. (10) points are awarded for every feature-length article on a topic relevant to
next-gen Amiga users to be published on IntuitionBase
Our thanks go out to Amiga Future magazine and Andreas Magerl for their generous
donation of the grand prize; to the AmiWest committee for continuing to hold such a
great event for Amigans year after year; and Bill Bosari for allowing us to announce
the winner on air.
We are a not for profit organisation originally setup in 2004 when we launched
IntutionBase.com. Our purpose is to help Amiga users around the world and to raise
awareness in the next generation that is the AmigaOne line of computers and
About Amiga Future
Amiga Future is a bi-monthly print magazine that is dedicated to all things Amiga.
It has been in print for 15 years and is currently available in both English and
German print. Originally printed with a colour cover and B&W pages, since issue 94
it has been printed in full colour throughout. There are currently some 50
volunteers who dedicate their time and passion to bring Amiga Future to print, and it
currently has a circulation of approx 700 copies every run. The magazine also comes
with an optional CD and it is one of only a handful of printed Amiga orientated
magazines left in the world.