Category Archives: Retrocomputing

Saudade and Video Games: Part 1

The timing of the Amiga’s 30th Anniversary yesterday was fortuitous, as I’ve been planning a series of somewhat reflective essays relating to computer culture as it affected meĀ in the late 80s through 90s. You can consider these a kind of … Continue reading

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30 years of the Amiga

30 years ago, a computer company called Commodore launched the first model in a new range of Personal Computers: the Amiga 1000. Back in the 1980s, there was still wide competition over the very hardware that people used for computing. … Continue reading

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