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[News] World of Amiga Southeast Official announcement.ANN.lu
Posted on 21-Jun-2002 13:13 GMT by Mikey C15 comments
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The 2002 WOA SE show will be held on Saturday 2nd November in the same venue as last year, the excellent, Poplars Hall, in Shenfield, Essex. UK. The last show was a huge success and WOA SE 2002 will be no exception, with the imminent release of the AmigaOne G3-SE, Pegasos, Shark and OS4, this is one Amiga show you won`t want to miss! For more news, subscribe to our announce only mailing list via:
WOASE-Announce-subscribe@yahoogroups.com

Exhibitors, please contact exhibitors@worldofamiga.com for further information and prices.

More information will available soon via our website http://www.worldofamiga.com

World of Amiga Southeast Official announcement. : Comment 1 of 15ANN.lu
Posted by Anonymous on 21-Jun-2002 12:21 GMT
>with the imminent release of the AmigaOne G3-SE, Pegasos, Shark and OS4, this
>is one Amiga show you won`t want to miss!
Deja vu!
World of Amiga Southeast Official announcement. : Comment 2 of 15ANN.lu
Posted by 4pLaY on 21-Jun-2002 16:07 GMT
In reply to Comment 1 (Anonymous):
Haha yes how sad to think of it will then be 1 year since last time ;) beeing an Amiga fan is a sad and depressing thing 99% of the times.
World of Amiga Southeast Official announcement. : Comment 3 of 15ANN.lu
Posted by Ryu on 21-Jun-2002 16:47 GMT
I'd better start saving my pennies then :) last year was cool, cant wait to go again
World of Amiga Southeast Official announcement. : Comment 4 of 15ANN.lu
Posted by tinman on 21-Jun-2002 20:14 GMT
Cool. I hope Elbox or Power (as their UK representative?) get slapped up so they come along this year.
World of Amiga Southeast Official announcement. : Comment 5 of 15ANN.lu
Posted by Budda on 21-Jun-2002 22:24 GMT
When there is something new worth taking a peek at I'll start getting excited.
Until then I can only see the show as being a place for people running Amithlon to show off some old software, and people running their PS2 through a TV Card on the Amiga. Pointless. :o(
World of Amiga Southeast Official announcement. : Comment 6 of 15ANN.lu
Posted by Anonymous on 21-Jun-2002 22:25 GMT
In reply to Comment 5 (Budda):
Oh so you arent interested in looking at all the new hardware and software developments on the Amiga, then ?
World of Amiga Southeast Official announcement. : Comment 7 of 15ANN.lu
Posted by [JC] on 21-Jun-2002 23:57 GMT
In reply to Comment 6 (Anonymous):
What new developments ?
World of Amiga Southeast Official announcement. : Comment 8 of 15ANN.lu
Posted by cheese on 22-Jun-2002 03:39 GMT
In reply to Comment 7 ([JC]):
thye pegasos with morph of course ;)
World of Amiga Southeast Official announcement. : Comment 9 of 15ANN.lu
Posted by Don Cox on 22-Jun-2002 05:53 GMT
In reply to Comment 7 ([JC]):
"What new developments ?"
How about the programs that are currently being developed, such as
Pagestream, Digital Almanac, SoundFX, HD-Rec, Audio Evolution,
ProStation Audio, FXScan, Mediapoint, YAM, IBrowse, etc etc.?
Why do people keep talking about "old" Amiga programs? If the latest
compile was this month, it's not an old program.
World of Amiga Southeast Official announcement. : Comment 10 of 15ANN.lu
Posted by Budda on 22-Jun-2002 11:39 GMT
In reply to Comment 9 (Don Cox):
How about the programs that are currently being developed, such as
Pagestream, Digital Almanac, SoundFX, HD-Rec, Audio Evolution,
ProStation Audio, FXScan, Mediapoint, YAM, IBrowse, etc etc.?
Why do I need to go to a show to look at some "new build" of YAM, or IBrowse (erm, where's this new build?). As for the others, they're nothing new, maybe an update, but nothing to get excited about.
Nice that a few things still get developed - but new applications are what people would be more interested in, IMO.
World of Amiga Southeast Official announcement. : Comment 11 of 15ANN.lu
Posted by Budda on 22-Jun-2002 11:44 GMT
In reply to Comment 6 (Anonymous):
What new developments indeed?? My interest in classic Amiga h/w has died... I don't like the idea of bolting on some crippled hardware to an A1200 motherboard; then hoping everything will remain stable.
Even then, as far as i can remember last years show, there was no new hardware as such. Eyetch were flogging some spacewalker pc to run Amithlon on. Actually Amithlon was the biggest product there last year - and I bought a copy to tide me over until the A1G3SE release.
World of Amiga Southeast Official announcement. : Comment 12 of 15ANN.lu
Posted by |Lando| on 22-Jun-2002 14:07 GMT
In reply to Comment 11 (Budda):
>What new developments indeed?? My interest in classic Amiga h/w has died... I
>don't like the idea of bolting on some crippled hardware to an A1200
>motherboard; then hoping everything will remain stable.
Yes I see your point. I hated my hacky A1200 with hundreds of bits stuck all over it rattling about inside the case, so I sold it and used the money to get an A4000. Now all my addons are in slots like God meant them to be, and its stable and never crashes.
Imagine if everyone just went out and bought Amithlon. What would become of the companies like Individual Computers, or Elbox, who are still trying to support the Amiga market with great new hardware? We should be supporting these companies, and running an emulator is not the way to do this. If everyone just bought Amithlon then these companies would die, and the Amiga itself would follow.
World of Amiga Southeast Official announcement. : Comment 13 of 15ANN.lu
Posted by Budda on 22-Jun-2002 17:39 GMT
In reply to Comment 12 (|Lando|):
I'm running "an emulator" until Hyperion pull their finger out and release OS4 along with the A1 motherboard. It's 2002 and i don't see why I should waste money on fiddly add-ons which I cannot migrate to my new Amiga motherboard.
Amithlon was, as I started in my first comment about it, only a stop-gap until new hardware is released. At least now I can get on with using my Amiga software which I've bought!
World of Amiga Southeast Official announcement. : Comment 14 of 15ANN.lu
Posted by [JC] on 22-Jun-2002 18:13 GMT
I personally have no intention of ever returning to Amiga until Amiga Inc drop thier policy of cold shouldering Pegasos and attempting to stamp on MorphOS.
World of Amiga Southeast Official announcement. : Comment 15 of 15ANN.lu
Posted by Don Cox on 22-Jun-2002 18:24 GMT
In reply to Comment 13 (Budda):
"I'm running "an emulator" until Hyperion pull their finger out and release OS4 along with the A1
motherboard. It's 2002 and i don't see why I should waste money on fiddly add-ons which I cannot migrate
to my new Amiga motherboard.
Amithlon was, as I started in my first comment about it, only a stop-gap until new hardware is released. At
least now I can get on with using my Amiga software which I've
bought!"
An Amithlon box networked to an AmigaOne would make a good setup. The
Envoy network program works extremely well.
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