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After arriving in Gothenburg and quickly unpacking and setting up our gear, we all went downstairs to have dinner together. Adam Chodorowsky, Magnus Wedin, Shoe (Stefan Nordlander), PedeFup (Peter Jensen), Juzz (Justin Veggerby Kristensen), Reflect (Andreas Loong).
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Still at the dinner table Friday evening. PedeFup, Mattias Karlsson (, Robert Kihl, Björn, James, and that's Jens Schönfeld in the blue shirt at the next table.
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Dinner table. PedeFup, Juzz, Reflect, Mattias.
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The guys safely gathered together at their own table.
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Rigo: "Quick, let me swap my empty beer bottle for Paul's while he's looking at the camera". MikeB (Mike Bouma), AmigaOneProductions (Paul Townsend), Rigo (Simon Archer), L8X (James Kelly).
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Paul, MikeB, Jens Schönfeld
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Rigo: "I'll trap him inside my coat, and then we'll sell him into Swedish white slavery and use the gains to buy AmigaOnes at the show tomorrow". Paul, Rigo, L8X, Jens Schönfeld across from Paul.
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Some Swedish Amigans from SUA (Swedish User group of Amiga).
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More Swedish Amigans, among them Brian from SyntaxSociety in the grey T-shirt at the farthest table, and coopdot (Peter Eriksson) studying his plate in the foreground, while Jonas looks at him in admiration. Coopdot brought his video gear as usual and made a video of the AROS presentation the next day, among other things.
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Even more Swedish Amigans (well, mostly the same ones again). The closest table is occupied by Syntax Society, the two next ones by SUA.
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Evening outside the venue, Navet. View towards the city centre. Tolken, where previous AmiGBGs were held, is hidden just behind the dark red building in the right edge of the picture.
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The venue, Navet. Restaurant Tres in the foreground, where we had dinner the night before the show, and where the banquet after the show was also held.
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Navet and Restaurant Tres from another angle.
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View towards Tolken and the city centre again.
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The morning of the show, before opening for the public. Juzz is helping out Michael Battilana of Cloanto getting his MicroAOne flashed with the latest, OS4-able UBoot firmware.
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The Amiga team. Since Rigo is in this picture, the security system on my camera turned off the flash so it wouldn't get too scary (hey, I did warn you I'd get you for this: ;-). Left to right: MikeyC, AmigaOneProductions, Rigo, L8x, DaveyD (David Doyle), MikeB.
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First visitors eyeing the stand.
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Lotta Bergström's art at the cafeteria table also caught many eyes.
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Some of Lotta's paintings with Elena's fractal art in the foreground.
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Some more of Lotta's paintings; these two ended up being sold, I believe for 450 and 600 SEK, respectively.
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Visitors had to print out their own name tags.
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The ticket counter.
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Shoe opening the show officially, Sharakmir adjusting the PA.
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Magnus Wedin, project manager.
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The other Wedin.
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The third Wedin. Well, how else could he be everywhere at the same time?
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AROS presentation. Adam Chodorowski and Johan Grip. Sharakmir in the background.
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Lotta Bergström with some of her art.
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MikeB demoing OS4 for the TV crew on my A1.
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MikeB still demoing for 3Sat TV.
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Some Danish Amigans: Luc, Trez, AC, ?, Juzz.
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Michael Battilana demoing Amiga Forever 6.
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Martin Blom getting hungry.
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OnyxSoft, just about the only "blueish" stand of the show. To the right behind them are the demo crew Underscore, showing some classical Amiga demos.
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Individual Computers were hosted at the stand of Sweden's new dealer, Guru Meditation (reflect).
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Brian of Syntax Society.
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Luc working his way to winning his A1 by comparing notes with AC.
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SUGA's stand.
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Some of the Atari people.
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The retro room. That's Oscar from ACGGbg playing, probably some shoot-em-up, in the left background. On the big screen there was a Roketz competition with an A1200 as first prize.
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SUGA, Adam Chodorowski.
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FractalArts' (Elena Navarotti's) beautiful exhibition.
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Mikael Haglund, IBM, telling us all about the PowerPC past, present and future.
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Sharakmir manning the reception desk while the monitor-head guy walks by. Rumour has it it was Walder of Syntax Society, BTW.
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Lottery among the pre-bookers. Mattias handing out the prize DVDs.
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PedeFup also won one, he chose Tron. Shoe, PedeFup, MikeyC, Mattias, Sharakmir, Christer Beskow, Student_K (Peter Bergström).
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Sharakmir announcing the result of the A1 quiz. MikeyC, Shoe, Sharakmir, Mattias, Christer, Student_K.
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PedeFup and Luc, the two finalists, are briefed by Mattias. MikeyC faithfully holding the mike in the background for worldwide broadcast over Amigaworld Radio.
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And the winner is ... Peter! Yeah, but which one of them?
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Well, this one, Luc, aka Peter Bo Nielsen. At least it went to a Dane ;-)
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Congratulations, Luc! Nice prize. I'm sure I was almost as close.
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Tommy Strand from NAF handing out prizes for their own quiz, while Johan "Malmökillen" Wahlström in the blue Amiga shirt is getting ready to get his.
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Kjell "Sharakmir" Breding won the Swedish AmiGBG award for his pioneering work with the previous shows.
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MikeyC, leaving no potential buyer any rest.
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AmiDog (Mathias Roslund).
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Trez and Juzz with AC looking on.
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A tired group of Danes waiting for dinnertime. Luc, Allan, ?, AC, Juzz, PedeFup, Trez.
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At the banquet. ?, PedeFup, Trez, Allan, Juzz.
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At the banquet. ?, Luc, AC.
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Foreground: Juzz and Marcus Comstedt.
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Swedes (of whom I don't know any, sorry; well, some of them were from SUA, at least).
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More swedes. CoopDot to the far right of the picture.
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Wedin at the window facing right, talking to Tommy Strand and Emanuel Steen. In the foreground are Walder (next to Wedin) and Fredrik, also both from Syntax Society.
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AmiDelf from Norway, some more Swedes: Martin Blom and Erik, and an Italian: Michael Battilana. I wonder if Cloanto sponsored the flowers on the tables?
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Various people from all around, among them Jens Schönfeld, Skeb from UniversalSpace, and Erlend Kristiansen from NAF.
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Oh, good; some Swedes of whom I know at least most of the names: Robert Kihl, Student_K, Erik, Kjell "Sharakmir" Breding, and across from him Lars "Vigil" Breding, Lotta Bergström, and finally Shoe from yet another new angle.
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Mattias, Vigil, Lotta, Shoe, ?
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Troels Ersking, Guyver (Brian Mortensen), ?.
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Mmm, the OS4 cakes!
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