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AmigaGadget 23 - Freely Distributable German Magazine
published by : Andreas Neumann
The AmigaGadget is a freely distributable magazine. Most of its articles
are in German language, only a few ones are written in English. The
subjects covered range from news about the Amiga to jokes and stories (if
there still is any kind of difference..?) :
- "Aktuell" (= News)
- "Forum" (= Discussion, interviews, letters to
the editor, ...)
- "Tests" (= Reviews of hardware, software,
- "Grundlagen" (= Basic informations of a certain
- "Programmieren" (= News, Hints and Workshops for
- "Politik" (= Politics)
- "Lifestyle" (= Reviews of new CDs, books, movies, etc.)
- "Jokes & Stories"
Most articles are written especially for the AmigaGadget, but there are
also a few texts which were taken out of the net - representing some sort
of "Best of the Net".
Issue 23 of the AmigaGadget contains e.g. an interview with Angela
"Meeting Pearls" Schmidt, an introduction to "Scheme", a lot of record and
movie reviews and the "Mumpitz"-corner which reports the latest news from
the world of the old but not forgotten home-computers.
Over 800 pages of text.
Installation is done simply by unpacking the archive to the harddrive.
Some files are needed in your system's directories:
reqtools.library, iff.library, powerpacker.library,
IconX, Run, Assign
Harddrive strongly recommended for an easy installation.
AmigaGadget is FD, i.e. freely distributable as long as it is kept intact
and spread noncommercially. It is available from the Aminet :
or contact me via e-mail for snail-mail-availability.
It is FREE. (Snail-Mail : empty disc and stamps)
It is FD. Articles are (C) Copyrighted by the authors, the compilation is
(C) Copyrighted 1995 by Andreas Neumann.