Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 18th Aug 2017 22:21 UTC
Amiga & AROS

Amiga Love has had a few articles on getting various Commodore machines back online and into the BBS world. From C64s to Amiga 500s (et al) as well as the terminal programs we use; PETSCII capable (i, ii) in case you're trying to hit an C64 BBS from your Amiga or ANSI capable, like A-Talk III, for most other boards. There are a lot of options out there, and the BBS scene is vastly smaller than back in the day, but it's not dead by any stretch. Oh no, dear reader, it is not dead. (I see four lights!) If anything, the interest in this form of socializing and connecting seems to be growing lately as hardware options become easier to build and less expensive to source.

Tonight, I finally got my Amiga 1000 online for the first time ever and connected to some of my favorite BBSes. And oh my god, have you ever seen a more beautiful sight? I doubt it. Well, at least not for about 30 years, give or take.

About 2000 years from now, Amiga will be the object of a world religion. It just cannot die.

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RE: A1000
by cybergorf on Mon 21st Aug 2017 21:47 UTC in reply to "A1000"
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beautiful true.
Commodore released the 128D at the same time and it is also very beautiful.
Here is a picture with both - A1000 and 128D:

But just 2 years later Commodore managed to release the ugliest computer case of the 80s: the Amiga 2000

They recovered in 1990 with the A3000 - my personal favorite.

(don't understand what commands you would need to lern...)

Edited 2017-08-21 22:01 UTC

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