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CD-ROM Software Collection

One of the most historically important artifacts to come from the home computer telecommunications revolution was shareware CDs, compact discs put out by companies containing hundreds of megabytes of shareware. Initially containing less than the full capacity of the discs (600mb, later 700mb) these items eventually began brimming with any sort of computer data that could be packaged and sold. As material "ran out", that is, as sellers of these CDs found they were unable to easily find shareware ...



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Shareware CD-ROMs
by Fred Fish
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Fresh Fish Vol.2 Dec.1993 FF 650-950 lha par disk, 800-950 unpacked http://fish.back2roots.org/ In late 1993 Fred himself started to release his library service both in floppy disk and CD-ROM format. His bi-monthly CDs were called Fresh Fish containing the latest submissions to the library in unpacked, directly startable form and as BBS ready lha archived versions. Additionally each CD contained latest developer material from Commodore Amiga and latest ports of open source software from the GNU...
Topics: Amiga software, Fred Fish
Shareware CD-ROMs
by Fred Fish
software

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Fresh Fish Vol.1 Rev.1 Oct.1993 R.1 FF 600-930 lha per disk, 600-910 unpacked http://fish.back2roots.org/ In late 1993 Fred himself started to release his library service both in floppy disk and CD-ROM format. His bi-monthly CDs were called Fresh Fish containing the latest submissions to the library in unpacked, directly startable form and as BBS ready lha archived versions. Additionally each CD contained latest developer material from Commodore Amiga and latest ports of open source software...
Topics: Amiga software, Fred Fish
Aminet CD Archive
by Walnut Creek
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Collection of almost 3,000 uploads to the Aminet, mostly from August 1992 through April 1993. There is also content from Amiga FTP site ab20.larc.nasa.gov ("AB20"), and from the newsgroups comp.binaries.amiga & comp.sources.amiga .
Topics: amiga, aminet