Monday, 29 June 2015

3 Years of this blog!

It has now been three years since I started this Amiga X1000 blog!


As I hit the 3 year mark, I do sincerely hope this blog has been useful and helpful in helping other X1000 owners to enjoy their systems more.

I also hope that other Amiga users (Classic and Next Generation) have enjoyed reading this blog for the past 3 years.

I have tried my best to show why Amiga systems are still fun in 2012-2015, now 30 years after the first Amiga 1000 was released in 1985!


It is a shame that I couldn't celebrate the 3 years with my X1000, which inspired me starting this blog originally. It is being looked at over in the UK by AmigaKit and Varisys.

While waiting for my X1000 to be sorted out though I haven't wallowed in unhappiness - in fact, quite the opposite!

I have moved on (as you may know) by buying a new Acube Systems Sam460CR to run AmigaOS4.1 Final Edition and I have covered plenty of new AmigaOS developments since then on this blog. (I also have looked at MorphOS 3.8, 3.9 and Classic Amiga stuff too!)

I am very grateful to have the Sam 460CR system to use:


This year I have been particularly active with blogging about various Classic and Next Generation Amiga topics, podcasts, interviews and getting involved more in local Adelaide based Amiga events and website/facebook promotion to try to engage with the local Adelaide Amiga community here and show them what is happening for Amiga in 2015!

Thanks for following my blog so far, and rest assured there will be plenty more good stuff to come!

4 comments:

  1. Thanks for the great job with the blog. I look forward to each and every entry as they are all very informative and well done! ktadd

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    1. Ktadd - Thanks for your kind words! :-)

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  2. Your blog helped me make my final decesion in purchasing an AmigaOne x1000 and up and running out of box with your tutorials. Hope your A1x1k gets sorted out very soon. This is the most powerful and fun Amiga to date. Thank you Epsilon! Cheers!!
    - John Dupuis, USA

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    1. Thanks for your comment John - I am glad to hear this blog helped you out, and that you are enjoying your X1000! I also hope my X1000 is sorted out soon.

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