From 1988 to 1995, I edited the quarterly newsletter of the
Commodore User's Group of Ireland.
During that time, I wrote quite a few articles, and I have collected
some of the more interesting ones here. I have also included some articles
I wrote that appeared elsewhere, principally in Jeff Walker's excellent
Amiga magazine, Just Amiga Monthly, now sadly no more.
(For more articles and info from the Amiga's heyday, see David Ward's Amiga User International page, from the magazine of the same name.)
1992 UK Amiga Developers Conference
A590 virtual floppies
Exploring Amiga CD-ROMs
The importance of backups
The Amiga 4000
The A2386-SX bridgeboard
The Picasso II graphics card
The Picasso II graphics card revisited
Ralph Babel's Amiga Guru Book
CUGI: The first 12 years
Supporting 1200/75 baud
Auto baud rate detection
Last updated 16 June 2006. Comments to email@example.com.