Homeward bound

What a week! It started with the Amiga Ireland 2019 meetup in Athlone and ended with SWAG’s Workbench 2019 club event in Chipping Sodbury with visits to Cardiff, in Wales and Aberdeen in Scotland sandwiched  in between. As I’m typing this update in London, England I can truly say I’ve travelled to all the counties… Continue reading Homeward bound

Fukubukuro

This will only be a short update as I’m about to leave summertime in New Zealand to fly to the frozen Northern hemisphere to attend the Amiga Ireland 2019 meetup and SWAG’s (South West Amiga Group) Workbench 2019 event. I will be joined at both shows with Matthew Leaman who will no doubt be bringing… Continue reading Fukubukuro

We are Amiga!

I can’t believe it’s already March, just where has the time gone? I suppose a trip to Athlone to attend the Amiga Ireland 2018 Meetup in mid January helped to soak up some of the time. 😉 Once again, Jarlath and his crew made us feel very welcome, although the stories of drinking horse’s milk took… Continue reading We are Amiga!

2018 countdown

As 2017 draws to a close I wish all Amigans a very happy, prosperous and most of all, safe 2018. AmigaOne A1222 video link New Year countdown from New Zealand video link Happy New Year & Tau Hou hari from New Zealand

What a story!

What a year it has been! I can’t believe it has passed so quickly. Having just returned from attending the Premiere of the Commodore Story documentary in London I’ve just booked my flights to attend the Amiga Ireland 2018 Event in January. It’s a hard life being an Amigan but as the saying goes, “someones… Continue reading What a story!

A Doubleheader

I’m not talking about two back-to-back baseball games but the upcoming AmiWest 2017 and Amiga32 shows which I will be attending this month in Sacramento, California and Neuss, Germany. I’m pleased to say that, once again A-EON Technology is a major sponsor of both Amiga shows. I leave the shores of New Zealand on Wednesday evening… Continue reading A Doubleheader

Stalin’s Tears

Well AmiParty 21 in Poland lived up to all my expectations and then some. 🙂 The hospitality and warmth shown by Jeanot and the rest of the Chelm Amiga Legion team to David Pleasance, Amiga Bill and me was second to none. The strong Polish beer and aromatic home made vodka, known as Stalin’s Tears,… Continue reading Stalin’s Tears

To be this good?

First of all apologies for the relative silence. I started writing this update in late April while I was sitting in an airport lounge waiting for a flight to take me to another Amiga show. To be exact, the VCF SE 5.0 in Roswell, Georgia which is not only an Amiga show but celebrates the… Continue reading To be this good?