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Posted on 04-Oct-2002 05:12 GMT by kevin orme26 comments
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Some great stuff now online, and hopefully a few more cool new things in the immediate future, too (stay tuned) :) http://www.amigau.com

We've got some cool new stuff online for you:

Site Mirrors: (http://www.amigau.com/sitearchives.htm)

- Amiga Source is now mirrored on our site, thanks Scott!
- we still maintain site mirrors of the excellent Blitz Basic, Samplitude Opus (with software downloads) and Amiga Interactive Guide sites, too.

Site Archives:

We have added two GREAT Amiga site archives from the somewhat recent past:

- National Amiga tech pages: these are full of great tech information, including pinouts, motherboard configs and lots of accelerator information - These were originally done by Greg Scott and used to be on National Amiga's website - thanks to Larry S. and Joe at Archtech in London, Ontario!

- Spock's Logical Amiga Pages: As many of you may remember, this was a great site that has been offline for some time, unfortunately due to its author, Eric Robertson, passing on last fall. Thanks to Donald Sowell for providing this data as hopefully a little memorial to Eric's fondness for the Amiga and his excellent site.

- Amiga Realm archive mirrors (12 of them) - Thanks to Paul Andrews for providing data to mirror their site archives!

Additional stuff:

303Tracker - this is a cool Roland TB303 emulator you can run on your Amiga - software downloads included - thanks to Jeroen Schellekens for his site archive and software
(http://www.amigau.com/c-music/303t.htm)

Events page: We have added an easy to find Events page for upcoming Amiga events & shows, and we pledge to keep it current! :) If you have an event or show coming up anywhere in the world, let us know so we can post it immediately.
(http://www.amigau.com/events.htm)

Thanks, keep on coming back and if you have additional Amiga sites for us to help you mirror or archive (to preserve them), just let us know when/how. :)

kevin orme
amiga university
www.amigau.com

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