"in the future, every obsolete computer will be famous for 15 minutes"
Link to boingboing.net
Artnode.org has uncovered and posted a fascinating mid-'80s
interview from Amigaworld magazine in which Andy Warhol discusses
his relationship with his Commodore Amiga 1000, his experiments
using it in portrait pieces of Debbie Harry and Dolly Parton,
and his predictions about the future of computer art.
BoingBoing reader Jose Luis of Barcelona-based blog elastico.net,
says "It's always fun finding this sort of stuff from the past, and
wondering what would have happened if he hadn't died a year later."