|[Web] Pegasos-Italia Site reaches 10.000 visits||ANN.lu|
|Posted on 15-Oct-2004 17:24 GMT by Raffaele||19 comments|
Good news. In Italy there is still a certain interest for the Amiga-like platforms as stated by the 10.000 visits which Pegasos-Italia site (Miky'060) received in less than a year, and celebrated some days ago. Congratulations Miky.
It is a great result for an italian site featuring amiga-like products since the demise of CBM.|
I hope also that AmigaOne and Pegasos producers will not leave italian market alone.
In places where is still an Amiga community, loyal fans and potential buyers, there are opportunities for a great profit.
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|Comment 1||Darrin||Registered user||15-Oct-2004 21:44 GMT|
|Comment 2||Raffaele||15-Oct-2004 22:55 GMT|
|Pegasos-Italia Site reaches 10.000 visits : Comment 3 of 19||ANN.lu|
|Posted by Seehund on 15-Oct-2004 23:48 GMT|
|In reply to Comment 2 (Raffaele):|
Darrin is talking about how numbers are written differently in English, compared to the SI system and the rest of the world.
"10.000" = ten and zero thousandths ("ten point zero zero zero")
"10,000" = ten thousand
For the rest of us:
"10 000" (SI writing style) or "10.000" = ten thousand
"10,000" = ten and zero thousandths ("ten comma zero zero zero")
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