Hello, I am an Amiga fan and have been since about 1992/3 when my brother let me loose on DPaint 2 on his Amiga 500. I loved drawing and, to this day, still love the default black background and think that should be the standard for all paint programs!
I got an Amiga 600 in 1996 and really loved how I could tell the machine what to do. I would boot into workbench and just look around amazed; I - at that young age - had no idea what I was doing. I once accidentally wrote over my Workbench disk whilst using shell because I was practising with commands.
Anyway, I really got back into all of this when I was searching for "Amiga" on YouTube and found "mrshot97" with his "Installing Amiga Games - The You're Not Stupid Guide".
I love software and do it for a living; when I have time I like to learn more about programming on the Amiga but I really find it hard to find the time to do it. I want to learn more about 68k assembly (and there is an excellent guy on YouTube who does just that: ScoopexUs).
I am a fan of collecting Amiga books and currently have a collection of different software titles mainly by Abacus.
I do have my own YouTube channel but loathe my own voice; hopefully it is the content that people will like: r16815.