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Posted on 28th Sep at 10:50 PM

Casio HT-700 - Funk Queen by Demonic Sweaters

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Posted on 27th Sep at 8:15 PM

Yourock Midi Guitar Gen2 Kawai K1m - Demonic Sweaters - Cop Tur

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Posted on 26th Sep at 6:36 PM
Selfie taken with my Mavica FD7
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Selfie taken with my Mavica FD7

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Posted on 23rd Sep at 6:17 AM, with 7 notes
Ko Phi Phi, Thailand. -D. Sweaters. 
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Ko Phi Phi, Thailand. -D. Sweaters. 

Posted on 21st Sep at 9:27 AM, with 222 notes
nycnostalgia:

Bad-ass chicks on the 2 train, 1979.
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nycnostalgia:

Bad-ass chicks on the 2 train, 1979.

Posted on 19th Sep at 12:57 PM, with 1 note
The Commodore@Amiga@ line of personal computers offers a unique 
combination of versatility, computing power, and usability. 
The Amiga’s WorkbenchTM Graphical User Interface (GUI) allows 
you to control the Amiga by using a mouse to select graphic symbols 
in the form of icons, or small pictures, and list-like menus. The 
Workbench is easy to learn and use because these icons and menus 
are displayed automatically. You do not have to memorize a long 
list of commands to accomplish a task. 
Multitasking is the ability of the Amiga to run several independent 
programs at one time. Because the Amiga was designed from the 
start as a multitasking system with a GUI, it is fast and easy to 
switch between tasks (programs) when you need to. Not only can 
programs run at the same time on the Amiga, but they can also 
share information and computer resources, allowing you to do more 
work without requiring additional software and memory. 
The Workbench and multitasking are features common to all 
Amigas, from the single floppy models to the most advanced 
workstation-level machines that are used for three-dimensional 
graphics, multimedia, and video production. 
This manual describes the Amiga Workbench software, its 
components, and how to use it. 
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The Commodore@Amiga@ line of personal computers offers a unique 

combination of versatility, computing power, and usability. 

The Amiga’s WorkbenchTM Graphical User Interface (GUI) allows 

you to control the Amiga by using a mouse to select graphic symbols 

in the form of icons, or small pictures, and list-like menus. The 

Workbench is easy to learn and use because these icons and menus 

are displayed automatically. You do not have to memorize a long 

list of commands to accomplish a task. 

Multitasking is the ability of the Amiga to run several independent 

programs at one time. Because the Amiga was designed from the 

start as a multitasking system with a GUI, it is fast and easy to 

switch between tasks (programs) when you need to. Not only can 

programs run at the same time on the Amiga, but they can also 

share information and computer resources, allowing you to do more 

work without requiring additional software and memory. 

The Workbench and multitasking are features common to all 

Amigas, from the single floppy models to the most advanced 

workstation-level machines that are used for three-dimensional 

graphics, multimedia, and video production. 

This manual describes the Amiga Workbench software, its 

components, and how to use it. 

Tagged: #amiga computer,
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