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Re: Commodore and ST debate [message #279727] Fri, 03 January 1986 08:47
oyster is currently offline  oyster
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Posted: Fri Jan  3 08:47:50 1986
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Reply-To: oyster@uwmacc.UUCP (Vicious Oyster)
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In article <447@ssc-bee.UUCP> ditzel@ssc-bee.UUCP (Charles L Ditzel) writes:
 >> 4) Commodore/Amiga has been fairly open and honest about the internal
 >> structure and functioning of their machine, while by comparison 
 >> Atari has been relatively secretive (specific examples furnished upon 
 >> request). 
 > more nonsense.

   The first opinion above (>>) is probably due to the fact that Atari is not
using the resources (i.e. $$$) of the thousands of universities on USENET to
provide product support, whereas the folks at Commodore are.  Must be because
Atari just doesn't care about it's customers, eh?
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