Bob's Amiga Links
The Gainesville Amiga Networking
Group is the local (Gainesville, Florida) Users' Group for the
computer that featured a 32-bit, multithreaded, object-oriented, microkernel
operating system, built-in multimedia support, true pre-emptive multitasking,
dynamically-linked libraries, long file names, and other "modern" features
when it was introduced more than ten years before Windows 95 made it to
your local computer store. And yes, it is still being manufactured.
If you are interested in the Amiga, you should start by visiting the Amiga
Web Directory where you can find lots of Amiga software,faqs, web
pages, and more.
You should also take a look at the Aminet
archive of freely-distributable Amiga software. It's the world's
largest on-line collection of Amiga software, well-organized and a pleasure
to use (the IBM-compatible world should get a clue here).
My favorite email program for the Amiga is Voodoo,
now distributed by Finale Development.
In fact, it's one of my two favorite email programs for any platform (the
other is MR/2-ICE for OS/2).
My favorite word processor, for any platform, is FinalWriter
for the Amiga (unfortunately, the Windows
95 version is a pale shadow of the real thing, but if you want
something less resource-hungry than WordPerfect or MS-Word, you might give
it a try). Free demo versions of both are available.
Updated 1998 Jan 20 2300R
by Bob Johnson (email@example.com )
Copyright 1996 - 1998 Bob Johnson. All rights