Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sun 26th Mar 2006 19:50 UTC
Amiga & AROS It was a nice departure last week, to write about not so serious matters, in order to make fun of everything and everyone (including myself). Today, however, it's back to more serious matters (if you can call computer matters 'serious', of course): Amiga OS4. Or how it will fail utterly if Hyperion/Amiga Inc. don't get their heads out of the sand. Note: Sunday Eve Column.
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Amiga, Inc. is not Amiga
by transami on Sun 26th Mar 2006 20:54 UTC
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Unfortuately Amiga Inc is full of s8. Look at their past conduct with an objective mind and you can only come to the conclusion that they have no intention of doing anything worth wild. It's all just a ploy to eek cash from die hard fans. And even if that's not true, it might as well be --b/c otherwise it means they are just complete morons. Either way it's a no win siutation.

If you are an Amiga fan, your best bet is to get behind AROS. Help those guys out! And then we can forget those loosers who like call themselves "Amiga" --being one of the first Amiga owners, I know for sure, Amiga they're not!

Edited 2006-03-26 20:55

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RE: Amiga, Inc. is not Amiga
by Redhouse on Sun 26th Mar 2006 21:06 in reply to "Amiga, Inc. is not Amiga"
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Hyperion are also to blame, you just do not do deals with a company like Amiga Inc. Now Hyperion will not release the "final" version due to all the money they have to pay people.

In this case i think more of Amiga Inc than Hyperion ( that is saying something).

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Is that really you Alan/Eyetech or just someone trolling. If so are you saying that Hyperion are in some way responsible for there being no more AmigaOne's

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RE: Amiga, Inc. is not Amiga
by digitaldisaster on Sun 26th Mar 2006 21:16 in reply to "Amiga, Inc. is not Amiga"
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I think the only conclusion you can come to when you look at Amiga Inc. is that they have no interest in the AmigaOS market, they just want to work on the Amiga DE/AmigaAnywhere which is dead in the water due mainly to Java. Amiga Inc. almost certainly has no money left and is dead in the water but even when they did have money they didn't want to spend it on AmigaOS/AmigaOne which is a crying shame. Amiga needs a new owner (again) one that cares about AmigaOS and the technology behind it

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