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Offline Plaz

Amiga Atlanta Website Back Online
« on: October 16, 2004, 07:47:21 PM »
After a long slumber the old website of Amiga Atlanta Inc. is getting some updates and a new home. The old domain name registration lapsed and was snapped up by a porn peddler shortly after the original server went on the blink.

So I've built a new server, registered a new domain name for the group and begun to update the old pages and content. Once the central info page for the metro Atlanta-Northern Georgia Amiga Club formed in 1986 as AAI, I've decided to put some effort into keeping it operational. (I'm looney that way) I know Amiga interest in our corner of the world has wained these past years, but I for one still look forward to OS4/AmigaOne and even classic commodore hobbies. (Maybe even a bit of Pegasos tinkering... gasp) If your in or near the area and you'd like to contribute comments and/or content to the pages contact me here, or visit the page and send a mail to the webmaster link. If your part of the original club or even another Amiga group and can offer any guidiance or suggestions, I'd welcome your input. The configuration of the site and club's future is uncertain to me. AAI may continue as always, or I can forsee it being replaced by a new structure if members decide. Thanks for reading and here is the link...

The Amiga User Group of Atlanta

Plaz
 

Offline Pyromania

Re: Amiga Atlanta Website Back Online
« Reply #1 on: October 18, 2004, 07:41:46 AM »
Nice to see the site is back up. Amiga Atlanta is a great Amiga club, I loved the banquet they had in 1996. CNN was even there!
 

Offline Plaz

Re: Amiga Atlanta Website Back Online
« Reply #2 on: October 19, 2004, 12:43:01 AM »
That goes waaaaay back. I didn't go and wasn't even an official member then, but I do remember the big banquet hub-bub. I think there was a video made too. Ah well, here's hoping for more parties in the future. I thouhgt I might have an A1 in time for trick-or-treating this year.... nope, not yet.

Plaz
 

Offline Pyromania

Re: Amiga Atlanta Website Back Online
« Reply #3 on: April 15, 2020, 04:46:45 PM »
Whatever happened to Amiga Atlanta Inc. It was a great group of people and I enjoyed the Banquet they had with RJ Mical and CNN hosts.