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Old 16 June 2003, 14:51   #1
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It's a small world after all

I was just reading a bit of this, got around the middle of the text, and saw a big link to another story.

And hey, who did we meet there: Cam Winstanley and Stuart Campbell, of Amiga Power fame! Now let's hunt for that illustrious group called "The Panel".

Edit: Ah. And J(onathan) Nash figures in there too. I'm intrigued!

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The "Things my girlfriend..." page has also been turned into a book. Mil Millington was also known as "Reader Millington", a prodigious poster on J. Nash's satirical faux Victoriana site http://www.theweekly.co.uk, and a regular on Amiga Power's letters pages.

The website mentioned in the second link is, of course, AP2, which CU Amiga downloaded and included on their cover CD. Nash sued, and CU lost.
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