The Amiga attracted celebrity talent including Andy Warhol, who created recently-rediscovered digital artwork on the system in 1985. It had graphics and sound capabilities not available on PCs or Macs until many years later. /c
25 years ago today, Commodore International didn't open its doors for business in the morning, after filing for bankruptcy the day before. But without them, you might not be as attached to technology as you are today.
…Long form article of this thread: https://medium.com/@ToddVierling/an-epitaph-for-commodore-1dc1ab669dc7
@email@example.com I found Bernie a bit of a short lived novelty then, and today just overdone. His impact was platform policy shifts and he should have left it at that.
My favorites right now are all women, and that's really cool. I'm excited for this possibility.
Ermahgerd! Super Mario Bros. C64 is genius! https://www.lemon64.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=71262
The Mueller Report, 448 pages
At DOJ, 139 MB (not searchable, not handling the traffic too well) https://www.justice.gov/storage/report.pdf
Google Drive (140 MB, searchable, OCR'd & uploaded by me just now) https://drive.google.com/open?id=12RQ-cQYQvwNMFLBKUinclRjjbct5Iuaf
Yep, that's Georgia for you:
[The Guardian: Georgia lawmakers consider bill that takes aim at the state's journalists.]
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