[SIGCIS-Members] Amiga 30th Anniversary Event - History from Below

adam spring adamspring at gmail.com
Wed Aug 12 11:09:12 PDT 2015

My coverage of said event is here:

On Thu, Jun 25, 2015 at 12:29 AM, Dag Spicer <dspicer at computerhistory.org>

> Hello friends,
> If any of you are exploring microcomputers, computer graphics or the rise
> of personal computing in your work and would like see a unique world-class
> collation of (mostly functioning) Amiga and other microcomputers, please
> consider attending this upcoming CHM event.  Former Amiga, Apple, and Atari
> employees in attendance make this a great ‘guerrilla oral history’
> opportunity too!
> Dag
> ---------
> The Amiga 30th anniversary event at the Computer History Museum will be
> the ultimate tribute to the Amiga Computer.  Consisting of a two day
> exhibit hall complete with massive historical display, game zone,
> presentation area, and exhibitors such as A-Eon, Friend Software Labs,
> CastAR from Technical illusions, Amiga Forever, Individual Computers, Jim
> Drew of CBMStuff, and others.
> In addition to the Amiga systems present, the show will also have a
> collection of Atari, Apple, Commodore, and other retro computer systems.
> The creators of the Amiga have been involved in some of gaming and
> computing's most notable projects like Defender, Atari 2600, Macintosh,
> Atari Lynx, 3D0, and more.  Come join us for a weekend of Amiga and retro
> computing fun!
> Starting on July 25th, the event features 2 days of exhibit hall and a
> banquet Saturday evening with panel discussion.  Tickets and more details
> are available on www.amiga30.com<http://www.amiga30.com>.
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> --
> Dag Spicer
> Senior Curator
> Computer History Museum
> Editorial Board, IEEE Annals of the History of Computing
> 1401 North Shoreline Boulevard
> Mountain View, CA 94043-1311
> Tel: +1 650 810 1035
> Fax: +1 650 810 1055
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