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Re: Issue 94 Feedback Thread

Post by martyg » Thu Nov 03, 2011 8:28 pm

necronom wrote:
The Atari Corp. Part 2 was possibly my favourite part. Really interesting, and was good to read since I'd read the Commodore On The Edge book a few years ago (and the second edition on the shelf ready to start), as this continued Jack's story.
Thanks for the compliment. I actually contributed much of the material regarding the Commodore to Atari transition period in Brian's wonderful book. That period was very confusing for a lot of researches and RJ Mical didn't make it any easier with his stories. ;)
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Re: Issue 94 Feedback Thread

Post by necronom » Thu Nov 03, 2011 11:06 pm

martyg wrote:That period was very confusing for a lot of researches and RJ Mical didn't make it any easier with his stories. ;)
RJ has just been interviewed for the Viva Amiga documentary, so we'll probably get some of his stories in that.
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Re: Issue 94 Feedback Thread

Post by martyg » Sun Nov 06, 2011 6:09 am

necronom wrote:
martyg wrote:That period was very confusing for a lot of researches and RJ Mical didn't make it any easier with his stories. ;)
RJ has just been interviewed for the Viva Amiga documentary, so we'll probably get some of his stories in that.
Yah, his stories are all on youtube as well. That's the problem though, they're all stories and don't match up to the actual facts. ;)
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