(Look out! There are links everywhere!!) He's a fan of the Amiga© computer and OS and is outgoing president of Amiga Addicts Anonymous (a user group that received its registration and name permission from Commodore©). AHS Class of '74! Life member of the American Motorcyclist Association. And a metallurgist in the best ways. Likes games, know what I mean?
He drives a Taurus SHO© - engine compartment shown - Street Touring S class in Autocross racing. Still lives in San Ramon. Not that there's anything wrong with that....And he'll hunt you down if you Spam him or send him commercial offers based on this page!
Thanks for visiting! Enthusiasts and the curious may want to visit Sacramento Amiga Computer Club (SACC), most gracious hosts of the AmiWest Show, or Northwest Amiga Group's excellent Web site, The Other Group of Amigoids (TOGA), and of course the pre-eminent AmigaZone©, the best in Amiga© resources. Also follow other Amiga© pages at the Geographical Amiga Users Home Page Internet List.
My favorite Induhvidual quote: "That didn't work out, so I guess we're just AOL."
Here's the two cuties I've been going on long, meaningful walks with.
Just remember the following chilling historical similarity:
"One World, One Web, One Program" - Microsoft © Promotional Ad..... "Ein Volk, Ein Reich, Ein Führer" - Adolf Hitler©
Email (subject to the above restrictions) at Other people's opinions below here are shown.
"Amiga is like a Zombie," said one poster in response. "Commodore killed it, Escom killed it ... and Gateway killed it. Still, it shambles on." (Usenet posting)
"With its built-in video output, speech synthesis, sampled stereo sound, slick GUI, multitasking OS, and superb graphics hardware, the 15-year-old Amiga 1000 is like Buckminster Fuller's streamlined Dymaxion car of 1933: an object from a future that never arrived." (Mark Frauenfelder, Wired Magazine 8.03).
"The real diamond in the deal is the [Amiga] OS, which is a hot multitasking GUI OS that, in hindsight, was the best OS on the market for at least a decade." (John Dvorak, PC Magazine, February 22, 2000 issue)
"I believe in God because there's no other explanation for Apple's continued survival." (Guy Kawasaki of Apple, interview on Wabash & Lake web site. )
User "takemehomegrandma" on ANN.lu said, in part: "The A1 hasn't come alive *as an Amiga* yet (I hope it will though)! It's born, but it resides in an incubator, breathing linux."Hits on this page since December....! Am I popular or what?