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Kerneltrap: Interview with Matthew Dillon
You can read an interesting interview with Matthew Dillon at Kerneltrap. He has programmed a lot for FreeBSD an is very well known by the Amiga scene from his C compiler 'Dice'. (ps) (Translation: mj)

[News message: 03. Jan. 2002, 23:14] [Comments: 0]
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Golem - IT News

Golem: Foundation planned to revive the Atari/TOS software market
»xTOS-Team is about to establish "Atari/TOS Software Foundation"

Similar to the Amiga fans owners of Atari home computers have been fighting with a continuously decreasing software market for the TOS operating system, during the last years. For this reason some steadfast Atari users are about to establish some kind of Atari/TOS Software Foundation to revive software development - especially with view on the xTOS machine being under development.«
See title link for complete article (German). (ps) (Translation: mj)

[News message: 03. Jan. 2002, 14:24] [Comments: 0]
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Paul J. Beel (ANF)

Pagan Games Interviewed by GetBoinged!
Pagan Games was kind enough to take time from their busy schedule to be interviewed by GetBoinged! Go to title link to check out the interview! (ps)

[News message: 03. Jan. 2002, 06:02] [Comments: 0]
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Elvis (ANF)

Encyclopedia mentiones the Amiga
The "Multimedia-Encyclopedia 2002", which can be purchased at Aldi (German discounter), is reading about the Amiga:

Home computer developed in the 80th by the company Amiga, then distributed by Commodore with Motorola processors. Popular home computers of the Amiga line are the models Amiga 500 and Amiga 1000. More efficient versions of the Amiga also could be utilized for more challenging projects (Amiga 2000 and Amiga 4000).

Amiga was taken over by the German trade chain Escom, then by the US company Viscorp, and finally by the company Amino, but though several announcements were made no new Amiga products were launched, so far.« (ps) (Translation: mj)

[News message: 02. Jan. 2002, 19:12] [Comments: 0]
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OSNews (ANF)

OSNews: AmigaDE article by Mike Bouma
There is an article about the AmigaDE by OSNews at the title link. Beside other information there is a link with some screenshots of the AmigaDE player running different games. (ps) (Translation: sk)

[News message: 31. Dec. 2001, 15:58] [Comments: 0]
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31.Dec.2001 / Daniel Orth (ANF)

amiga-topcool: Interview with Ralph Schmidt
Under the title link you can read the english translation of the interview with Ralph Schmidt, developer of MorphOS. (ps)

[News message: 31. Dec. 2001, 15:55] [Comments: 0]
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