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Gareth Knight
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The People Behind the Amiga

These people have played a role in the Amiga history. Discover their role in the grand scheme

The Amiga community has always been the machine's strength. While the Atari machines died a quick death, Amiga owners did not bow into the night. They held on and made others listen. The only reason that Gateway chose to develop the Amiga was to satisfy community, a group of people desperate to survive. Below are just a few of the Amiga nnnnnnnusers that have shaped the industry. In most cases, we are them a debt of gratitude.
- Amiga People- The people that shaped the Amiga industry
- Amiga Corp. Photo Album- The people behind the Amiga.
- Commodore Photo Album- The company that took the Amiga and made it successful.
- Amiga Technologies Photo Album- The German Escom take on the Amiga.
- Amiga Photo Album- Gateway buy the Amiga and develop it for the Convergence market
- Amiga Inc. Photo Album- A return to the community and a new direction
- Other Famous Amiga Users

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Last Update: 17/6/2002

 

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Latest updates to the Amiga History Guide. (more)


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· Amiga Hardware
· Amiga History.de
· Amiga Magazine Rack
· Amiga-news(en)(de)
· Amiga.org
· Amiga World
· AmigaOS 4.0
· Amiga University
· Commodore Retrobits
· Dave Haynie archive
· Lemon Amiga
· MorphOS Support
· morphos-news.de

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