Linked by Mike Bouma on Thu 28th Jul 2005 19:47 UTC
Amiga & AROS Last Saturday on the 23rd of July Amigans worldwide celebrated the 20th birthday of the Amiga platform at several events and gatherings. It was the 23rd of July 1985 when the Amiga 1000 was unveiled to the public at the Lincoln Center in New York. At the three biggest Amiga birthday events there were also extensive AmigaOS4 presentations. Here is AmigaWorld's extensive report.
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by re_re on Fri 29th Jul 2005 06:16 UTC
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well... in the last 3 years i have moved from windows xp to linux (i run FreeBSD on my server) and i am open to new alternatives..... i know i could have googled this just as easily but i like to see what the actual amiga users have to say

anyway... as far as system responsiveness..... well, that is subjective..... i compile and install my systems from scratch..... i get the exact system i need...... and fast... yep.

in any event..... i also know the average user does not/cannot do this.... amiga sounds interesting....

maybe in the upcoming months i'll buy an amiga box
... that would be fricken sweet

so..... i need an SGI box, an Amiga box, a SPARC box, and an Alpha box to make my collection complete lol

dual 2.3ghz G5 is on order hehe

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