Doug Spence <ds_spenc(a)alcor.concordia.ca> wrote:
I'll bet a
doughnut there are at least two Sidecar sites on the net,
given the known rabidity of Amiga enthusiasts.
Very possible, though I've so far not found them. There seems to be some
product for the named "SideCar" though, because Alta Vista keeps coughing
up links to articles on it.
Hmm. Guess that means I might owe you a doughnut. Did you try posting
questions to the Amigoid newsgroups? I'll check my basement archives, too.
I wish I had ordered something from IAM when they had
their "boing logo"
promotion, but I had recently purchased DiskSalv at a computer show, and
already had the "Deathbed Vigil" video and T-shirt, and I wasn't
interested in any of their other products at the time. It would've been
nice to get the logos, though. (They were scoured from the garages of
various ex-Commodore engineers.)
I attended the first "Amiga wake" party when Amiga Corp. closed in
Los Gatos. They had one of those "black box" wirewrap Amigas there.
I will continue to deny that I had anything to do with
the rescue of the Amiga sign from the lawn of the old office. :-)
Jefferson Computer Museum <http://www.threedee.com/jcm>