Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sat 10th Nov 2007 17:03 UTC, submitted by EyeAm
Amiga & AROS Dave Morse (1943-2007), Amiga Computer co-founder, died on Saturday, November 2nd. In 1982, he left Tonka Toys (where he was Vice-President of Marketing) and became the Chief Executive Officer at Hi Toro, Inc., which he co-founded and which morphed later that year into Amiga, Inc. and led through the development of the Lorraine Project (a codename inspired by Dave's wife Lorraine) - ultimately, the Amiga 1000 Computer. Our take: We want to wish all the strength in the world to his family and friends, and I personally would like to thank him for creating a truly visionary computing platform. Forget Apple, forget Microsoft, forget Linux: the Amiga was the real revolutionary device.
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You will be missed
by roger_ramjet on Mon 12th Nov 2007 21:41 UTC
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I will never forget my trusty Amiga. I wish computing was like it was back then.

Imagine what computing would be like if todays software banged todays hardware like then.

We have greater productivity and compatibility these days but i would definitely have to say the fun has diminished.

My best wishes to Daves family. I am sorry for your loss.

Edited 2007-11-12 21:55

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