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intangybles

2023 Dec 03 18:01:16
Sadly.. GOTHEM has.... For the present!
 

intangybles

2023 Nov 29 19:04:54
Last chance! Get those GOTHEM's in!
 

NinjaKat

2023 Nov 01 21:48:53
November GOTHEM now live!  Have fun!  ;D
 

intangybles

2023 Oct 19 20:43:06
Don't forget the October GOTHEM Games are live! Come and join the fun!  :)
 

NinjaKat

2023 Sep 01 07:21:02
September games are live!  This month we have 2 NEW games to the Amiga - I am keen to try Xevious 1200 - an accurate conversion from the Arcade, released this year!!  ;D

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The visual effects for Babylon 5's pilot were provided by a studio named Foundation Imaging, using a series of Commodore Amiga computers and NewTek's Video Toaster technology.  For their work on the pilot, Foundation Imaging won the 1993 Emmy Award for Outstanding Individual Achievement In Special Visual Effects.


Two of the show's principal actors give their impressions of the revolutionary technology.


Bruce Boxleitner:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GvVyq4tNmjU


Claudia Christian:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xM0znz5JWQg



Only Amiga makes it possible !
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Enjoy this whirlwind tour of World of Commodore 2023, courtesy of rising YouTube star retroCombs (Steven Combs):

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ao9fvTJUQhs

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TRS-80 / Re: Welcome to our TRS-80 area!
« Last post by intangybles on December 17, 2023, 10:30:37 pm »
Fantastic display from the Canberra Retro Show!

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TRS-80 / Welcome to our TRS-80 area!
« Last post by intangybles on December 17, 2023, 10:11:30 pm »
Welcome to our TRS-80 area!

For all things TRS-80 (all the Tandy / RadioShack and related Computers)
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General Retro Computing Chatter / Re: Welcome to our Retro Corner!
« Last post by intangybles on December 17, 2023, 10:08:58 pm »
A new area has just opened!

For all things TRS-80 (all the Tandy / RadioShack and related Computers)

https://www.amigaretro.com/index.php/board,89.0.html
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NABU PC / Re: NABU Adventure away!
« Last post by intangybles on December 17, 2023, 03:23:53 pm »
Not used the NABU for a while, life gets like that! Needed to make a change to my Pi hosted Network Adapter!

Wanted to try and do it from the NABU in the comfort of the lounge room!  ;) Worked a treat!

Using the "telnet" app under CP/M on the NABU to access the host Pi3B of the NABU Network adapter to make some configuration changes!

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NABU PC / Re: NABU PC - My summary - Info & Resourses
« Last post by intangybles on December 17, 2023, 03:12:28 pm »
NABU employee reunion with DJ Sures, Leo Binkowski and more!

Super new video!

Leo Binkowski – NABU Developer
DJ Sures – Executive and son of the founder of NABU
John Shortt – Director of Content Development, formerly Games Development Manager, author of Flashcards and one of the major developers for Dig Dug, as well as Manager’s Baseball)
Donna Shortt – Education software Developer, responsible for Seasonal Gardening and NABU Basic
Tim Ranger, author of Laser Attack and Leo and he also made Q*Bert
Eric Mesdag, Engineering Developer, author of MACBETH and one of the main NABU Cable IOS developers
MK Marsden – NABU marketing
Ed Myers – NABU Educational Marketing
Bob McNally – former NABU sales and later Director of Operations of NABU
Warren Belkin, developer of the original NABU Main Menu, and my inspiration for buying a motorcycle
Bill Bourne – NABU Engineering. Was involved in so many details about the hardware
Mike Slinn – one of the two people that designed and built the NABU prototype boards that were used inside the NABU 1100 before they had a NABU PC
And more!


https://www.youtube.com/live/QoZTBNz47co?si=NtMXOUj6PqRunCyM
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General Discussion / Re: New Photo Gallery in tribute to Steve's Amiga Projects
« Last post by intangybles on December 15, 2023, 07:15:09 pm »
That's about all the ones that are easy to identify, some additional comments would be appreciated - better descriptions etc.

Thank you.
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General Discussion / Re: New Photo Gallery in tribute to Steve's Amiga Projects
« Last post by intangybles on December 15, 2023, 06:58:11 pm »
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General Discussion / Re: New Photo Gallery in tribute to Steve's Amiga Projects
« Last post by intangybles on December 15, 2023, 06:54:26 pm »
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