Originally Posted by Olaf Barthel
With Commodore gone, the Boing! ball was revived. It was after all the original Amiga logo, when Amiga was still independent.
unfortunatelly, its not like with commodore gone, amiga became independant. rather on the contrary, whatever hard products we may still today have, what concerns amiga, thats what commodore bought up, designed and eventually issued to the public. before it became a boing ball of amatheurish shortsighted interests and no successor has been able to add up anything much worth mention. so, as you see from this thread, overwhelming majority of fans identifies checkmark with amiga, not boing balls, even if they had historically some valid reference..