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  "Halleluiah!" or The AmiWest 2002 transcripts
  Author: Emanuel Mair   Date Verified:
  On the 27th to the 28th of July, 2002, the Amiga show AmiWest 2002 took place in Sacramento, California, USA. On Saturday July 27th, Bill McEwen, CEO of Amiga Inc., the company currently in possession of the Amiga trademarks, made an appearance at the show. He made two speeches and participated in an interview, which like the rest of the show were broadcast over the net by the Amiga User Group Network. People recorded these audio transmissions, and here you'll find written transcipts from those huge MPEG-audio files (follow that link and you'll also find a summary of the telephone interview with Ben Hermans - thanks to Andreas Loong and the people with mirrors for providing this stuff).
  a b î m e .net - Mods Jukebox
  Author: Mods Jukebox   Date Verified: 2015-01-25
  Looking for MODS?? Over Total : 261 modules were found. Total : 104 artists were found. You can even listen to them with a plugin for windows ie and netscape!
  Absolutely Amiga
  Author: BACHELET Adelphe   Date Verified:
  La passion Amiga : Histoire, Trucs Astuces, En pratique, Téléchargement DP, nombreux liens... (Personal Site In French, sorry !)
  ADA - Anime Development for Amiga Teampage
  Author: ADA   Date Verified:
  Welcome to ADA - Anime Development for Amiga Teampage! Here you'll find your hearts desire in Manga and Anime. This is also the home of the Soms3d Page Page. To enjoy this site to the full, you should run in a resolution of 1024x768 and have javascript enabled.
  Author: Adventureland   Date Verified:
  This site tries to list all adventure games (interactive fiction) produced over the years. When I say "adventure", I mean text adventures and their graphical decendants, but I don't include RPGs. For a more detailed description of what's included here and not, see the FAQ. Adventureland is located at Besides there is a mirror maintained by Hans Persson. is a non-commercial project devoted to adventure games. If you have comments on the layout or find bugs in it, please let me know about it. If you are interested in getting mail each time these pages are updated, you can subscribe here.
  alfies Amiga Home Page
  Author: alfies   Date Verified:
  Author of contact master and MANY Arexx Script (14) and MUI Classes (5) Misc internet utilites and more!
  AList Mailing List Home Page
  Author: Jesse McClusky   Date Verified:
  What is AList? It is a mailing list server for the Amiga. VERSION 0.4 IS HERE!!!
  Amiga Adventures
  Author: Amiga Adventures   Date Verified:
  (Nothing to do with Amiga but interesting none the less) (European Vacation's) Amiga Adventures hyr ut stugor i Tandådalen/Hundfjället i Sälen. För närvarande har vi två stugor till uthyrning. Stugorna finns i Myrflodammen och i Tandåbyn. För vidare information om stugorna klicka på respektive länk nedan.
  Amiga Award 2002
  Author: AMIGAplus / falkemedia   Date Verified:
  Large acts must be celebrated on a grand scale. As of December 2002 the German print magazin AMIGAplus and varyingly partners are assigning the annual Amiga Award. With this price elected representatives of the Amiga-community are awarded for special achievements during the last 12 months at a time. The laureates of the Amiga Award 2002 will be honored at the AMIGA + Retro Computing in Aachen, Germany, on 7 December 2002. Express your Thanks with us to all Amiga developers out there once in a year!
  Amiga CrystalSpace Port Project
  Author: ACSPP   Date Verified:
  Old page for the Amiga port of CrystalSpace. Crystal Space is a free 3D game toolkit. It can be used for a variety of 3D visualization tasks.
  Amiga Future Workbench Gallery
  Author: Amiga Future   Date Verified:
  Do you want to see some STUNNING workbenches?? Look no further. Site in German
  Amiga Games Totalled
  Author: Amiga Games Totalled   Date Verified:
  Nearly Christmas, has it really been 6 months since I'v updated this site? Hmmm. So whats new? I have just add a 8 more cheats and I'm working on another section for the site. I hope it'll be ready early next year. I would like to thank those who have requested/supplied cheats for games not listed.
  Amiga Indexes of Magazines
  Author: Joachim Froholt   Date Verified:
  The AIM Project (Amiga Indexes of Magazines) is here to provide an index of Amiga magazines so you'll know which magazine to find a specific review/preview/feature/etc in. This is especially helpful if you have a stack of old magazines and you need to find that elusive feature without reading through every one of your magazines in turn. The indexes are not supposed to be a database of information, just indexes, and as you'll see, we are still missing a lot of issues - can you help us with any of these? Hey, all of us have issues, right? :) ACE Magazine Index, Amiga Computing Index (plain), Amiga Computing Index (html, with tables), Amiga Computing missing issues, Amiga Force Index (plain), Amiga Format Games Index, Amiga Format Serious Index, Amiga Power Games Index, Amiga Power PD Index, Amiga User, International Index (plain), Amiga User International Index (html, with tables), Amiga User Int. missing issues, CU-Amiga Index (plain), CU-Amiga Index (html, with tables), CU-Amiga Missing issues, The One Amiga Index (plain), The One Amiga Index (html, with tables), The One Amiga missing issues and Zero Index
  Amiga Map
  Author: n/a   Date Verified:
  This map sums it all up!
  Amiga NG
  Author: Vincent Perkins   Date Verified:
  If your a fist time visitors, this site is dictated to covering all information on the next generation of Amiga`s. With the imminent arrival of the Amiga One, Amiga OS 4.X and Amiga DE, the future of Amiga has never looked healthier. All these products need a web site to report on them, and this is just one of them. AmigaNG started way back in Feb 1999 to cover news on the Amiga MCC (later cancelled), it is now one of the longest running next generation site. Its not official, and is not sponsor, but is done out of momentum. Enjoy the site.
  Amiga Telecom
  Author: Amiga Telecom   Date Verified:
  (Nothing to do with Amiga but interesting none the less) (Site in German) Willkommen bei AMIGA. A MIGA Telecom ist Österreichs erster Anbieter, der seinen Kunden einen "Ortstarif" rund um die Welt anbietet! Damit ist die Schallmauer im Preiskampf der österreichischen Privatanbieter endgültig durchbrochen - AMIGA Telecom macht die Welt ab sofort zur Ortszone. Länder wie Deutschland, USA, Kanada, Hong Kong und viele mehr werden ab sofort jedem österreichischen Privatkunden um 7,2 Cent pro Minute (0,99 ATS) angeboten.
  Amiga Translators' Organization
  Author: ATO   Date Verified:
  Amiga Translators' Organization was created because for a long time, programmers who wanted translations for their programs would either have to post "Translators wanted"-mails onto newgroups and mailing lists, or they must use translators they knew. This was of course annoying to some users of the mailing lists and newsgroups, it would not give the programmer as many translators as possible, and last, but not least, the programmer didn't have any quality assurance of the translations done by his translators. ATO was then built as being an organized pool of translators. We want to make programmers' lives as easy as possible by offering many translators for a wide range of languages, and still offer the quality assurance. This quality assurance is done through the proofreading concept which you can see here.
  Amiga Translators' Organization RUSSIAN DIVISION
  Author: Oleg Sergeev   Date Verified:
  ATO is an abbreviation for the «Amiga Translators' Organization», i.e. an organization to support translation (localization) of Amiga computer programs. We are a non-profit organization; ATO is a union of people from many countries who spend their own time for the benefit of all Amiga users. Below you may read about the details of our work, Organization's structure, tasks, purposes etc. in the following chapters. Just a note here that this is a short document; you can get full information on the ATO main homepage.
  Amiga WebLink
  Author: Jesse McClusky   Date Verified:
  Where WebLink comes in is the existing Amigas. It provides a complete set of programming tools on top of the existing OS. These tools allow programmers to start getting used to the features of the next-generation operating systems in a more gradual way. It also provides some of the features of next-generation systems, such as more global interoperability, OS-version independance, complete modularity, and a high degree of flexibility.

  Author:   Date Verified:
  This site is here to basically form a central point to offer information, advice and a jumping off point to the other important Amiga sites from around the world…
  Author: Amiga-Wares   Date Verified:
  Amiga line of clothes and accessories
  AmigaOS and POP/PPC hardware petition
  Author: Emanuel Mair   Date Verified:
  Welcome! is the official web site of the AmigaOS and POP/PPC hardware petition to Amiga Inc. If you follow the links to the right, you'll find an introduction to why the petition was started, answers to frequently asked questions, related news, links, some noteworthy comments from signatories and others, and last but not least the petition itself. We, that is the hundreds (so far ;)) of signatories and the petition author, hope that you will join us and show your support for AmigaOS, for the right of AmigaOS users to choose their own hardware and their own hardware vendors, as well as for an independent and undivided POP/PPC hardware market. *** NOTE *** to send me an e-mail to (I don't want "ANY.DAMN.SPAM.", so remove that bit).
  AmigaOS(TM) distribution policies and PPC hardware
  Author: Emanuel Mair   Date Verified:
  Online petition to prevent Amiga Inc requiring OS4.0 to run on certified "Dongled" hardware.
  Amigas at Disney
  Author: Jason Comptom   Date Verified:
  A link to the Amiga's being used at the "Happest place on earth." Might be a bit dataed."
  AMP - Amiga Music Preservation
  Author: garnier jean-baptiste   Date Verified:
  What is AMP? AMP Project was started in the year 2000 but gradually grew during several years to what it currently is. Read in the following paragraph how it was started and what we are planning to do out of it. There is a meaning behind the three capital letters: "AMP", it's all for you to read! Have fun.. All About AMP.. Association for Amiga Music Preservation (AMP) is a non profit association that consists at present of two persons: Crown & Curt Cool. It's likely some assistant join us in the near future. What Do We Do? We are running the most comprehensive, complete and precise database we can about amiga music. That means that we gather all the music but also information about & interviews of amiga musicians. It's a huge project as you can see. But we are motivated! The point isn't to make money nor to spread tunes to everybody but to make sure time won't make disapear this part of our common memory.
  Amy Resource
  Author: Danelon Luca   Date Verified:
  iL primo CD-Rom italiano tutto dedicato ad Amiga. Site for the Italian CD-Rom Amy Resource.
  Author: Andre Dörffler   Date Verified:
  Authors of ContextSAS - Context sensitive menus for Workbench. (Site in German)
  Apple I Owners Club
  Author: Joe Torzewski   Date Verified:
  While not Amiga related this is a GREAT SITE!! I would LOVE to have one of these!! The BEST place for Apple I information!!
  ATH Core Web Page
  Author: ATH Core   Date Verified:
  French Amiga underground Techno music coders. (Site in French)
  ATX-Mainboard mit PowerPC-Prozessor
  Author: Heise online   Date Verified:
  German review of the Terra Soft ATX PPC Motherboard (Site in German)
  Back for the future
  Author: n/a   Date Verified:
  Back for the future - Sito dedicato ai computer della serie Amiga (Not a lot here)
  Author: Balrog Soft   Date Verified:
  Author of Amitamagotchi - The best tamagotchi simulator for Amiga.
  Bill McEwen's appearance on "The Screensavers" on TechTV 2002-02-13
  Author: Emanuel Mair   Date Verified:
  From here you can download the complete infomercial show or just get the audio track. Those with really slow and/or pay-per-minute connections might get an idea of what it was all about just by reading the transcript below and looking at some pretty pictures. N.B: This is my personal machine, not a dedicated webserver. It may go down at any moment and may stay down for hours (if I want to play a game in windoze, break my hardware or whatever). In short, I don't want to hear any complaints! ;)
  Bill on TechTV
  Author: n/a   Date Verified:
  This is the Divx version of the TechTV bit . its a sfx archive for windows :( but should extract on RAR on most platforms. Its divx 5(download the free version of v5 divx from so its really for windows users or miggy users with pc`s also. Each part is around 1.5 meg , the total of these comes to 12.3mb. Happy viewing.
  Classic Computer Magazines Archive
  Author: CCMA   Date Verified:
  An OUTSTANDING site containing 88 issues of Antic, 42 issues of Start and 35 issues of Creative Computing!
  Classic Games Soundtracks
  Author: Classic Games Soundtracks   Date Verified:
  Here you can find Soundtracks of 348 Classic Amiga Games - mostly in exotic Formats. These Soundtracks were created in times when everything had to fit on Floppy-Disks - so don´t expect any MP3s ! But don´t be afraid - there are some really good, windows-compatible players available ! Links to players and Plugins for winamp and others provided.
  CommodoreOne Overview
  Author: go64   Date Verified:
  CommodoreOne Overview. Here is a General Overview of the features of the Commodore One as of 1/21/2002. Some features may change slightly as development progresses. What it is: The Commodore One computer is a 2002 enhanced adaptation of the Commodore 64 -the most sold of any computer model (Guiness book of World Records) While retaining almost all of the original's capabilities the Commodore One adds modern features, interfacing and capabilities and fills a sorely needed gap in the hobbyist computer market. The estimated price will be only $200 USD.
  CrossDOS and CrossMAC
  Author: Fabio Rotondo   Date Verified:
  Review on CrossDOS and CrossMAC.
  Digital Audio Systems
  Author: Digital Audio Systems   Date Verified:
  You can find about 88Mb of sound clips and full length mp3's in the sounds section and you can find 1000's of verified files at the MP3 Masterlist. The files on our server are mostly sound clips (from TV and movies) and are not "illegal, copyrighted music files" such as the RIAA is endeavoring to restrict. Now, on with the show…

  Author: n/a   Date Verified:
  (Maintainers of the RC5 challange and other distribuited network computer challenge.) Founded in 1997, our project has grown to encompass thousands of users around the world.'s computing power has grown to become equivalent to that of more than 160000 PII 266MHz computers working 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year! Our infrastructure has been enhanced over the years and refined to a point where it can reliably handle tens of thousands of new computers. Join us in this ground-breaking computing experience. We need your help...
  Downloads at
  Author:   Date Verified:
  Lots of links to some good stuff. Emulators, Wallpaper, WHDLoad, Pygm Icons, EAB IRC meetings transcripts, Intros, WinAmp skins, Misc Docs, Magazines-Disks and more!!
  E.S. Productions
  Author: Eric Schwartz   Date Verified:
  Eric Schwartz home page. For those of you who were hoping for a big archive of my animations and pictures, youre likely to be disappointed. I just don't have the space here. If you are interested in getting the bulk of my animation and picture files, you can visit The Unofficial Eric Schwartz Web Page, or my own Site B. These sites currently has more links to files than I do, and I will try to support them with new and interesting stuff when I can.
  Author: FMS   Date Verified:
  Despite it's name a very good source for MS info. Want to know what's in your index.dat file? GREAT list of atternate OS's on the page. Over 75+
  Fossett's Classic Amiga Shareware & Freeware
  Author: Fossett   Date Verified:
  A legacy of software made for the most respected home computer ever built. Greetings! and welcome to my little corner of the web. You'll find here programs for the Amiga that are either part of the Fred Fish collection, or simply hard to find on the Internet, such as utilities for Workbench 2.0 and earlier (but they work on any version of Workbench). Also, this site was set up for those out there who use an emulator, and need some software to use on it. Although I have no Kickstarts or Workbench floppy images here, you'll find everything else you need.
  Author: n/a   Date Verified:
  15 killa tracks. %100 Amiga made technorave/dance & jazz music. 74 minutes including bonus remix from 'Scorch Tanks! Special signed editions now only $12 each! Let me know if you'd like a signed CD. TO THE SCENE! Order the first entirely %100 Amiga made CD album!
  Author: Dietmar Knoll   Date Verified:
  Geographical Amiga Users Home Page Internet List. List of hundreds of Amiga users and their programs/sites around the world. The GAUHPIL lists currently 938 Users from 37 Countries

  Author: Paul J. Beel and Paul Cardwell   Date Verified:
  GetBoinged - is a place where Amiga developers can list their applications on, be it for Amiga DE or Classic. It was developed by two Amiga fans, Paul Beel and Paul Cardwell. We do not host the ACTUAL application, we allow the developer to point to a location where the application resides -html links- If you cannot find your Application, feel free to sign-up for an account and post it. We are working on finishing up Aminet, so if your application is on Aminet, it will soon be on GetBoinged.
  Greatest Hackers in the Whole World
  Author: Orly D. Selim   Date Verified:
  Information on computer Hackers! Famous hackers. Infamous crackers. Modern-day Robin Hoods ... or educated thugs? Before you decide, check out our inaugural Hackers' Hall of Fame. Click on the names and the eras to hack into the story (OK, that's not really "hacking," but you can pretend). "If you're a good hacker, everyone knows your name. If you're a great hacker, no one knows who you are"
  Greg's Amiga 500 Webserver
  Author: Greg Tuby   Date Verified:
  Introduction This website is actually hosted on an Amiga 500+.. (ed. PLUS HOW TO) This page is the result of a mini project I started to revive the old Amiga 500 and to see exactly what it is still capable of in today's network infrastructure. Plus.. There are certain times in life when a good blast from the past does oneself good ;-)
  GRex Petition
  Author: Markus Lück and Tristan Mangold   Date Verified:
  Online petition requestiong DCE to release information to allow developers to support of the Grex PCI board. (Site in German and English)
  Hotel Amiga
  Author: Hotel Amiga   Date Verified:
  (Nothing to do with Amiga but interesting none the less) Hotel Amiga loctaed in Korea
  HVSC (High Voltage SID Collection)
  Author: HVSC   Date Verified:
  The High Voltage SID Collection - Commodore 64 music for the masses. The High Voltage SID Collection (HVSC) is a freeware hobby project which organises Commodore 64 music (also known as SID music) into an archive for both musicians and fans alike. The work on the collection is done completely in the Team and contributors' spare time and is proudly the largest and most accurate computer music collection known.
  Immortal - The Amiga Game Music Project
  Author: Icarus Wings, Ltd   Date Verified:
  "Immortal" is a music CD dedicated to preserve game music from the "Amiga" line of computers, featuring remastered versions of classic tunes using studio quality audio. This is an official website for the CD, where you can find info and audio clips.
  Author: INFINITE FRONTIERS   Date Verified:
  Welcome to the home of Infinite Frontiers, one of the UK's largest sci-fi and gaming fan organisations. On this site, you'll find articles, fiction, artwork, free downloads (including many commercial games across a range of formats that we have permission to distribute), and much more on Star Trek, Transformers and other SF/Fantasy shows and movies. As well as this, there are plenty of other things we hope you'll enjoy including an extensive computing and gaming section, music, an interactive forum and much more. Offers An Amiga message board.
  inguard incorporated
  Author: n/a   Date Verified:
  Makers of the Micro Server. Micro Server-s is a generic PCI card embracing PowerPC750CX microprocessor,with Articia S chipset, memory, Ethernet controllers, Linux Operating sysytem ,MS Windows driver.Micro Server-s can insulate network from host computer at physical layer to prev-ent the distroy at host computer system by invader from net.Micro Server is plugeed card with the features such as low cost ,convenient for maintanence.It support PowerPC 750 CX and PowerPC 750 G4 processer now.
  Interface Hall of Shame
  Author: Isys information Architects   Date Verified:
  A website dedicated to the bad implementations of the Graphical User interface. Lots of good reading!
  Jargon File
  Author: Jargon File   Date Verified:
  This document is a collection of slang terms used by various subcultures of computer hackers. Though some technical material is included for background and flavor, it is not a technical dictionary; what we describe here is the language hackers use among themselves for fun, social communication, and technical debate. The `hacker culture' is actually a loosely networked collection of subcultures that is nevertheless conscious of some important shared experiences, shared roots, and shared values. It has its own myths, heroes, villains, folk epics, in-jokes, taboos, and dreams. Because hackers as a group are particularly creative people who define themselves partly by rejection of `normal' values and working habits, it has unusually rich and conscious traditions for an intentional culture less than 40 years old.
  John T Draper (AKA Captain Crunch) Homepage
  Author: John T Draper   Date Verified:
  Welcome to my home in Cyberspace. Be my guest as I guide you through my unique life with anecdotes of my past deeds, some frowned upon by the authorities. Click here for my history. After the blue box days, I created EasyWriter©, the first word processor for the Apple ][ and IBM PC. Find me in books such as Fire in the Valley by Paul Freiburger, Hackers by Steve Levy, and Approaching Zero by Brian Clough.
  Author: Christophe Thibault.   Date Verified:
  Kaillera enables emulators to play on the Internet. It consists of a client and a server. The client is usually embedded into your favorite emulator and the server is a stand-alone application that needs to be run on a machine directly wired to the Internet.
  Lithium Software
  Author: Lithium Software   Date Verified:
  Authors of Freedom Call - Monitors information on internet calls. Freedom Translator Client API - This program is a API to use with the most important programs on amiga, like, email, irc, browsers, text editors to translate selected texts. ICQ Spoofing, Amiga Back Orifice Client - a powerfull windows manager, is provided to possibility virtual controll by network of windows 95 and 98 clients. Freedom ICQ Pager - Send ICQ Pagers to uin ICQ users, use supported protocol from mirabilis server, (from, nickname, subject, body, email) and Surround.h (C Include)
  Massimo Tantignone
  Author: Massimo Tantignone   Date Verified:
  This is my web page dedicated to Amiga, the best computer ever made. Following the various links you will find information on my ongoing projects, on companies I believe to be important for Amiga's future, and on other miscellaneous issues. Autoor of Visual Prefs - Configures many aspects of the Intuition look, MMFix - Corrects a problem of MagicMenu in Standard mode, WindowToFront - Replaces Commodore's ClickToFront, with many more options, Prop 3D - Configures the look of GadTools proportional gadgets and arrow buttons and much more!! I'm working on at the moment is an attempt to design a nice GUI for AmigaOS 4/5.
  Author: n/a   Date Verified:
  Makers of the G3/G4 joecard.
  microsoft press pass - PDA partners talk
  Author: microsoft   Date Verified:
  Q&A: Microsoft Partners Put Holiday Shine on Products for Pocket PCs. REDMOND, Wash., Dec. 18, 2002 -- Holiday shoppers are finding some of the lowest prices ever for Windows Powered Pocket PCs this holiday season. The recent introduction of Pocket PCs from Dell and HP, some with a suggested retail price of less than US$200 (with rebate) opens the door for a broad range of customers to Windows Powered devices. Independent software and hardware makers have recognized this expanded opportunity and are creating myriad products that enable consumers to add specialized software and hardware to their devices.
  Nick's Web Page
  Author: Nicholas Patterson   Date Verified:
  Welcome to my Amiga page here you will find info on the Amiga, picture of my workbench screen, programs I made to download and other interesting stuff. The following programs have been made by me using the Amiga and Blitz Basic. Bootup - Brightens up your startup with a picture and a sound. SlideShow - A simple program for all those who want to make a quick an easy slideshow with out all the hassle and programming. HeaderEdit - Lets you put the header back into the files or even protect your own files with your own customised headers.
  Obsolete Computer Museum.
  Author: Tom Carlson   Date Verified:
  OVER 100+ "obsolete" computers in this personal museum. Pictures, information, specs and more!! Great!!!

  Author:   Date Verified:
  I know it's about pc's but there's some good reading on this site!. Welcome to The Oldskool PC, a website dedicated to old PC gaming nostalgia and resources. It keeps going, and going, and going…
  Olf's Amiga Tools
  Author: Olaf Peters   Date Verified:
  Author of MUI custom class MCC Mailtext, Cursor and several tools related to the Universal Message System project.
  OpenOffice für AmigaOS 68K, PPC, x86
  Author: OpenOffice   Date Verified:
  Many people are "not amused" about the Software Situation at the Amiga market. For a long time there wasn´t Updates in Software that could be used in private offices. The only active supportet Amiga wordprocessor is Amigawriter, that is not enough. So i am searching for Amiga User that whant to help me port OpenOffice for the AmigaOS4 and Amithlon. Why Amithlon/x86? I see in Amithlon a chance to bring the AmigaOS back into the Userminds. The other thing is, that my A4kPPC is dying, so if the Computer is dead, i can even code or coordinate the OpenOfficePort. Who whant to help me, please write
  Operating System User Worldmap Survey
  Author: Operating System User Worldmap Survey   Date Verified:
  Inspired by the Debian User Worldmap I thought why not make this for the other operating system users as well. Are there more Debian or Redhat users? What OS is most spread in what country? Debian users are not yet in these stats as they have their own worldmap for now with two months data ahead. Zoomed maps may be added at a later time, check back from time to time. If you wonder how that looks like, check the Debian User Worldmap.
  Origin of a Browser - The Netscape Museum
  Author: Chuck Lau   Date Verified:
  "Origin of a Browser" is a project dedicated to web archaeology - the study and preservation of rapidly disappearing artifacts associated with the Early Netscape Period. In October of 1994, Mosaic Communications Corporation (renamed "Netscape Communications" on 11 November 1994) introduced the first public beta of their browser, "Mosaic NetScape." Those interested in this era will note that many of the web pages, images, and other artifacts dating from this time have been lost because of the ever-changing nature of the Internet. In fact, older versions of the Netscape browser itself are becoming increasingly endangered, particularly the pre-release betas predating version 1.0.
  OS 4.0 screen shot mock up
  Author: n/a   Date Verified:
  A somewhat famous screen shot of a OS 4.0 mock up
  Pentagon funds BoXeR
  Author: n/a   Date Verified:
  A little humor on our most beloved piece of vapor ware. The BoXeR.
  Pictures of an AmigaOne
  Author:   Date Verified:
  The following images are taken from my AmigaOne. The AmigaOne G3-SE 600Mhz is installed in a AOpen HQ45 Pro towercase with 133Mhz 256MB SDRAM, Hercules 3D Prophet 8500LE 128MB GFX-card, Creative 48x CD-ROM and Maxtor 4D080H4 80GB HD.
  Author: Planet-E   Date Verified:
  Old outdated online Amiga magazine.
  Author: RetroSystems   Date Verified:
  RetroSystems. Everything old is new again. This isn't about the same dull computers you can buy anywhere else. It's about art and fun. Turning a vintage game console into a full computer that can play any PC game is cool. Taking the original Amiga 1000, with it's funky keyboard garage, and customizing and supercharging it to be a fast Linux or Windows box that can also be faster than any other Amiga 1000. That's cool too. Grab a slice of your history and make a statement. Take that corporate machined blah computer off your desk! Buy the whole system or just the parts to do it yourself. Plus likns to all the BEST case mods on the net!!!
  Author: Jan Lund Thomsen   Date Verified:
  RKO: The definitive guide to C64 MP3 remakes showcases SID remixes. Experience new versions of classic tunes by Hubbard, Galway, Daglish, and others. Showcasing 1068 tunes by 316 arrangers.
  Sabrina Online
  Author: n/a   Date Verified:
  Welcome to the Sabrina Online Mirror Archive! Sabrina Online is a monthly comic series written and drawn by a famous furry artist, Eric Schwartz. If this is your first time here, please view this brief description and copyright information for Sabrina Online, as written by the author himself. This archive became OFFICIAL on Monday, May 22nd, 2000!
  Author: Deryk Robosson   Date Verified:
  LOTS of scripts for Perl, Arexx, AmIRC, plus misc programs, & OS3.5 apps and more
  Security warning: Elbox' usb.device
  Author: n/a   Date Verified:
  (Google's ceched copy) Security warning: Elbox' usb.device contains RDB trashing code - Elbox' usb.device contains code that can wipe a user's harddisk RDB rendering the system non bootable and losing the partitions. It is triggered when someone tries to make the device work with standard NEC PCI USB cards.
  Shadow of the Beast
  Author: Shadow of the Beast   Date Verified:
  Welcome, to the Shadow Of The Beast Site. This is a tribute, to one of the finest games ever made.
  Signs You're an Amiga User!
  Author: Calum Tsang   Date Verified:
  Originally appeared on KiwiSystems BBS. Signs You're An Amiga User. Calum Tsang ( Hey kids! Find out if you're an Amiga user! If you fit a few of these categories, then maybe you're one of the crazy few who are lucky enough to own such a wonderful yet tacky machine.
  Support Bernie!
  Author: Kelvin Shirley   Date Verified:
  To: AmigaINC and Bernie. Please sign to show your support for Berine; author of Amithlon; while he sorts out the problems with its release. He has gone through such hard times trying to get his excellent software out, and it would be nicee to show him how much support he has from the Amiga Community! So please sign today and feel free to leave any comments you would like to give Bernie. Sincerely, The Undersigned
  Team Amiga Statement
  Author: Team Amiga   Date Verified:
  It is quite apparent that a cancer has grown in the Amiga Community, unchecked and at large, and it is well past time for those members of the Community that still care about its health to take matters in their own hands, and FOR ONCE, stand up for what is good, right and ethical, I.E: Defending the rights of a damned talented programmer in the person of one Bernd "Bernie" Meyer.
  Tech TV - The Screen Savers
  Author: TechTV   Date Verified:
  TechTV is the ultimate on-air destination for those excited by and curious about all things related to technology. By using technology as a backdrop to entertain, amaze, and engage viewers, TechTV is the lifestyle network that showcases how the latest trends, products, and events enhance our lives. TechTV is currently available in more than 34 million households in the United States and distributes content to more than 70 countries. With a monthly average of 1.4 million unique visitors, enhances the TV-viewing experience with compelling companion content and interactivity. TechTV is owned by Vulcan Inc.
  Author: Uros Nedeljkovic   Date Verified:
  [] - just a short notice. this is my personal homepage and i put here my personal stuff. all the stuff that i made and i don't wanna that stuff to be gone with me. i do small things like icons and other crap. if you like it - let me know it! as i said: i'm not an artist of any kind, so do not judge me as a lamer :) enjoy it! - oh, i forgot! this amiga page, and the whole site is under permament construction! Skins and icons for robe, prayer, frying pan, yam and others.
  The Amiga Grassroots Campaign
  Author: Eric W. Schwartz   Date Verified:
  This is a little something to try to increase the name recognition of the Amiga platform. Unoffically instigated by Eric W. Schwartz
  The Amiga Monitor
  Author: n/a   Date Verified:
  D'Oh! The Amiga Monitor, one of the most successful and prestigious online magazines published during the history of the Amiga personal computer platform to date, is currently not being published. It has not been cancelled. However, its future is questionable because the one person most instrumental in creating and maintaining AM, Publisher and Editor-in-Chief Mike Webb, currently does not wish to assume the responsibility anymore.
  The Amiga Purity Test
  Author: n/a   Date Verified:
  Parts of this test are stolen from Calum Tsang's Signs you're an Amiga user. The rest is from personal experience.
  The Amiga RC5 team Effort
  Author: Amiga RC5 Challenge   Date Verified: 0205-02-01
  The RSA Secret Key Challenge is about the need for stronger encryption for the Internet to safeguard privacy. To prove this need and to prove that current encryption strengths are insufficient RSA Labs have started a challenge to crack the DES and RC5 algorithms (RC5 in several different strengths) and tied an award of up to US $10,000 to each key found. In the late nineties several combined efforts have sprung up to crack these keys by using the distributed power of computers in a brute force approach over the Internet, so far cracking the 56 bit DES key (three times), the first three RC5 keys (40, 48 and 56 bit) and unrelated to the RSA contests, a 56 bit CSC key; several other projects some of which unrelated to encryption are happening or in the pipeline, such as Optimal Golomb Rulers (OGR). We aim to participate in these efforts for the sake of exposure for the Amiga.
  The Commodore Castle
  Author: Eric Drexler   Date Verified:
  The one and only HEBREW website for the Commodore community in Isarel. From the classic 64 to the latest DE development. News, FAQs, and lots of info. Check it out! (Site in hebrew)
  The Illustrated Guide To Breaking Your Computer
  Author: Tom Murphy   Date Verified:
  When you work in a job where you are constantly using computers for long enough, you develop a certain anxious feeling which can pretty much only be cured by beating the hell out of an old computer or two. However, since this can be extremely frustrating and nerve-wracking if done incorrectly, I am providing for fellow techies and interested persons an illustrated step-by-step guide for Satisfying Computer Destruction.
  The Internet Archive Wayback Machine
  Author: Wayback Machine   Date Verified:
  Surf the web as it was. The Internet Archive Wayback Machine puts the history of the World Wide Web at your fingertips. The Archive contains over 100 terabytes and 10 billion web pages archived from 1996 to the present. To start using the Wayback Machine to surf the web as it was, just type a URL (a web site address) into the box above, click the Take Me Back button, and start exploring the past.
  The Official E.S Productions Website
  Author: Eric W. Schwartz   Date Verified:
  The offical web page for one of the Amiga's GREATEST artists!! Eric W. Schwartz - The creator of Sabrina Online and Amy the Squirrel
  The Peon's Guide To Secure System Development
  Author: Michael Bacarella   Date Verified:
  Motivation. Ever held a subscription to BUGTRAQ? If you happen to be filming a documentary about how suckass developers are producing the flimsy ripe-for-failure infrastructure of the future, a year long subscription to Bugtraq should give you a boat-load of leads to follow. Software is getting really bad. When software was just crashing a lot it was bad enough. Save often. Install the latest patches. The server has been up for a month straight? No shit. Reboot it just n case. As bad as that was, the Internet has made it so much worse. While the Internet itself is probably the most impressive thing that humanity has built to date, it also comes with some nasty stuff that we're going to have to deal with. Since everyone in the world is now milliseconds away from all of this high quality software running on your computers, you face a circus of grave security risks.
  The Unofficial Eric Schwartz Web Site
  Author: Mark Rigby-Jones   Date Verified:
  Dedicated to the artwork of Eric Schwartz. Site has the full Sabrila Online comic strip.
  Author: Giles Burdett   Date Verified:
  Fixed Length Stack - C source code to implement a fixed length stack. Connect4 - Connect 4 game using MUI (with C source). Egyptian Landscape - Egyptian themed landscape for Worms - The Director's Cut. PurgeDELDIR - Small shell program that purges a PFS 2 or 3 .DELDIR of all its entries
  Author: Trzil   Date Verified:
  I've programmed for the Amiga platform quite a while. The following list is the result of this years. I no longer support this platform, except for the MPUI project, and things I can do with WinUAE. I will still try to get your questions answered as good as its possible. Author pf DT- a "MonAm" compatible debugger for Amiga with new unique functions. Diagram - Draws technical diagrams and functionplots with Amiga. RealCGX - Render to Amiga-Real3D window in 8-24 Bit. AmigaRaid - Mirror,Spawn,Raid up to 8 harddrives with a software device.
  Turrican SETA Project
  Author: Turrican SETA Project   Date Verified:
  Welcome to Turrican SETA Project ! Now this site is finally overloaded with infos, screenshots, downloads, goodies, all related to Turrican and the SETA Project, the Search for Turrican Alternatives. Under Turrican News, Facts and Rumours you can find the latest News about Turrican and Turrican conversions plus a collection of facts about our Hero. I at least don´t think you might find a site containing more screenshots of Turrican ;). Enjoy - and remember: shoot or die ! This site is a part of Classic Games Tribute, please visit also !
  VeriSign - WHOIS lookup page
  Author: Customer Service   Date Verified:
  A VERY useful page that allows you to cross reference a Domain Name or NIC Handle to an I.P. address or search a WHOIS by Domain Name or NIC Handle.
  VideoGame Business Cards
  Author: Rolenta Press   Date Verified:
  Lots of old business cards from the glory day's of computing. Atair, Activision, Amiga, Coleco, Spectravision and many, many more!!!
  Author: VintageTech   Date Verified:
  VintageTech provides a wide variety of computer historical related services for business. VintageTech maintains an extensive archive of computers, software, documentation, and an expansive library of computer related books and magazines. Click on one of the icons below for more information about our services. You may also search our archives for an item you are looking for.
  Virtual Dimension
  Author: Virtual Dimension   Date Verified:
  Makers of the The English version of the video about the German fair "Amiga 2001". All spoken texts, with the exception of the survey, which has been subtitled, have been translated. The video's focus lies on AmigaOS4 and MorphOS: Ben Hermans from Hyperion and Gerald Carda from bplan tell us about their respective plans for the future and even the visitors get to state their opinions. Furthermore the 25-minutes-video contains a lot of information about the latest hard- and software, and there's also short report about the atari-park.
  Welcome to my GUI Gallery
  Author: Lineback   Date Verified:
  On these pages you will find many screen shots of various desktop computer Graphical User Interfaces and operating systems. Many different people have had different ideas of how a GUI should work and these screen shots show many of the more popular ones. Information on the Apple, Amiga, Apollo, AtheOS, BeOS, Tandy Deskmate, GEM, GEOS, LINUX/UNIX Window Managers, OS/2, Perq, QNX, RISC OS, Visi On, Windows, Xerox, Future GUIs and previews and links to download the older ones!
  What's Hot On The Amiga Magazine Archive
  Author: WHOTAMA   Date Verified:
  Hello and welcome to the Geocities mirror of the What's Hot On The Amiga Magazine Archive, from here you'll be view on-line all the contents of the whota.lhas that are currently available here. But now only available at this site, you can download the whota.lhas as I've had the chance to send them to the Aminet for quite a while now. What's Hot On The Amiga Magazine Archive can still be found at Sonic. The current issue of WHOTA is whota510 and in this issue you'll find all the latest news on Total Amiga, WOASE, MorphOS and Tao. In this issue's News In Brief, you'll find some news from AROS and little bits and pieces of serious and games related news.
  When good interfaces go crufty
  Author: mpt   Date Verified:
  An niteresting article describing when User Interface designers get it all wrong. Lots of good reading!

  Author: webmaster   Date Verified:
  Location for the download of akJFIF, akPNG and akTIFF datatypes

  Author: kametyken   Date Verified:
  a BITMAP BROTHERS tribute page. The following pages are only regarding one thing: Gods and Cadaver, two of my favourite games from the good ol' days, when 16 bits was the state-of-the-art and games were still small enough to fit on on (or two) floppy disks. Here you'll find informations about new and classic games made by the Bros., as well as solutions of GODS and CADAVER. With the new design the site now really is a perfect stage for the legendary game developers.
  Author: Werner Randelshofer   Date Verified:
  Site with interesting Java Applets - Enjoy the animations from Eric W. Schwartz. This is the only website where you can see them online! A working 4 bit compter and Rubik's cube simulator. ANIM Applet - Put your Amiga animations on the Web! This applet presents Amiga IFF ANIM files like a QuickTime plugin.
  XT-Power workbench
  Author: XT-Power   Date Verified:
  A java scripted page that emulates the Amiga's workbench
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