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[News] Ben Fuller has passed away.ANN.lu
Posted on 23-Sep-2002 23:47 GMT by Frank Brockway10 comments
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This news came via the Studio 16 mailing list. I have some sad news. Ben Fuller, an early Amiga developer who worked on several high- profile Amiga programs, passed away last Wednesday (September 11th, 2002). Ben was a core contributor to Studio 16, the audio software for SunRise Industries' hardware and the SoundSwitch audio switcher for the Toaster, but he also wrote Project D (disk copier) worked on Final Copy (word processing) and contributed to at least a few other products out there (Who Framed Rodger Rabbit? comes to mind). He also was a key developer for several groundbreaking non-Amiga products, notably Macromedia Dreamweaver, and ReplayTV (TiVo-like hard disk recorder). Ben was an incredible developer who really loved the Amiga, and Windows (hey, you can love both) and the quality of the products he produced is a tribute to his incredible vision and dedication. We'll miss him. -Doug
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Ben Fuller has passed away. : Comment 10 of 10ANN.lu
Posted by Harv on 26-Sep-2002 21:19 GMT
Here's a forum (try not to mind the weird colors too much) with a lot of comments about Ben Fuller, including one by his Dad Glenn Fuller::
I knew Ben all the way back to his "Project D" days, and considering he passed away earlier this month at only 33, he must have been a young teenager back then, but always had a smile, and we had some good conversations.. a highly intelligent, friendly guy..
R.I.P. Ben :( ..
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