Apologies if this has been posted here before, but this is my first time seeing it and I thought others might find it interesting -
Inside Commodore by Dan Schein:
This is an informal tour of Commodore's US HQ in West Chester made for the Amiga developer community in 1988. The self-deprecating humour is refreshing; can you imagine anything like this appearing today by the likes of Microsoft or Apple with their layers of secrecy and corporate spin? I just love insights like this - little snapshots into the workings of a company who changed all of our lives for the better. It shows peak Commodore, still optimistic about the future of the Amiga. A few short years later, it would be a different story.
Those are great, raw videos. A little cringey at times but a fun watch. I've not seen those, personally. I only saw the one where Bil Herd walks through a mostly empty office building like out of some b-horror movie except not a lot ever happens.
I remember seeing a guy wear a kinda dorky 50's style puffy-armed jacket (the kind the jocks used to wear when I was in high school) when Amiga was a thing up here in Washington. But not that thin, track jacket type. That would be kinda cool.
I wonder what the VP of sales meant when he said, "Could y'all make it compatible, so I can use one with the other?"