There are many ways we can choose to use our Amiga’s for everyday tasks:
web browsing, email, text editing, photo and image management, music and
video playback, web site construction, desktop publishing, software
authoring, streaming content management, and whatever other tasks you
perform with your Amiga. These capabilities are growing through the
efforts of OS designers and software developers alike.

AmiWest 2011 will explore the many ways in which the Amiga can be used for
these tasks. Inspired by Paul Sadlik’s seminar last year, “What has your
Amiga done for you lately?,” we’re concentrating this year’s show on the
end user of the Amiga. How can the “average Amiga user” (if that person
actually exists, given the many talents of Amiga users generally) use their
Amiga for daily tasks on a daily basis? There are many answers to that
question and we are working to have them for you at AmiWest 2011.

Of course, you can also tell us what your answers to the question are as
well. What have you found that reliably works on Amiga OS 4.x or OS 3.x
that helps you do a daily task? Please post these solutions as comments to
this blog so that we can share them with everyone.

So be sure to make your plans to attend AmiWest 2011, the Amiga show on the
West Coast of the United States of America! It’s all happening at the new
Holiday Inn Express, 2224 Auburn Blvd., Sacramento, CA 95821.
916.923.1100. Come see the latest in Amiga hardware and software October
21-23, 2011. And watch this blog for breaking news of AmiWest 2011 as it
happens! You don’t want to miss it!



  1. Jürgen Lange Says:

    I wish success. I’ve used my Amigas and Amithlon up to 2003 ( If you are understanding some german, you can see, which programs I was using in these days for my daily work.

    Have a nice show (Amiga shows were always great!).

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