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IN A 1986 INTERVIEW in Amiga World magazine, Warhol was asked, "Do you think that computers will play a larger and larger role in art?
The team's efforts are documented in the Hillman Photography Initiative's new short film, "Trapped: Andy Warhol's Amiga Experiments," which will premiere at 7 p.
2 -- color) In the pharmacy at La Clinica Amiga in Van Nuys, Peter Bracken looks for medication for a patient.
In monthly live, interactive broadcasts to 50-100 sites across the US and Canada, HP incorporates live and pre-taped video, PC-generated graphics run through a Videoshow disk drive to convert them to NTSC broadcast signal, and 2-D animation created on a Commodore Amiga 2000.
SAN FRANCISCO -- Pluritas, LLC, a leading IP transaction advisory firm, is currently accepting offers to acquire the worldwide rights to the AMIGA trademarks and associated intellectual property.
Out now IN the 1990s, between listening to Blur and Robson & Jerome, everyone played Worms on the Commodore Amiga.
Much loved systems like the Commodore Amiga and original Atari console sat alongside an old coin-op arcade game offering free plays.
It looks like a cross between Blizzard's Diablo and Amiga classic The Chaos Engine and plays in a similar manner to Robotron and Smash TV.
Fans of Super Cars 2 on the Amiga may remember the style.
Throughout October, bands across the country will be putting on thousands of music events, including this gig which will see The Hot Melts (pictured), Elle S'appelle, The Vagabonds, Go Faster and My Amiga uniting to help the charity, and showcase some hot new talent.
9 /PRNewswire/ -- ICTV(TM), the creator of HeadendWare(R), the most powerful platform for the delivery and distribution of interactive television programming, and Amiga, Inc.
June 23-24: Anger-aggression treatment; Vancouver; The Amiga Centre for Professional Development, Inc.