Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sat 2nd Jan 2010 10:38 UTC
Amiga & AROS People, this is an interesting thing to follow first-hand. Hyperion, the company behind AmigaOS4, has been talking about its "Most Ambitious Project" for a while now, but on December 31, they started teasing the Amiga community like crazy. They opened a site called a-eon.com, which is most likely about the MAP.
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Hello OSNews community ^.^
by aledujke on Sat 2nd Jan 2010 18:37 UTC
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2010-01-02

Hi all I just registered on OSNews. I've been reading it for several years now, like 5-6 years. Even longer think ._.

anyway about the clues...

http://a-eon.com/gfx/puzzle3rd.png
http://a-eon.com/gfx/puzzle4th.png
http://a-eon.com/gfx/puzzle5th.png

I guess we will know everything on 5th? Since since there is no puzzle6th.png

But I wanted to ask something someone for a long time and I do not have a friendly Amiga Guru nearby. What's so special about Amiga? It seems to me like it's followers are borderline fanatics that refuse to let Amiga die, And it looks quite dead to me for a long time now ;) Why is it that we hear stories about it from time to time yet it looks pretty clear to me that there will never be anything usable from Amiga platform. I know ppl. used to praise Amiga PCs for their superior multimedia capabilities and the reasons why is it used by 3d modelers and I think maybe D.J's? But that was ages ago. So why is it still alive? Where do these companies find profit? Who buys this stuff... there can not be so many die hard amiga fans to yield them any profit.

*runs away from arrows and stones*

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