Wired News heeft een artikeltje over de huidige situatie bij Amiga, waar deze week twee hoge jopies (Jim Collas - president en Bill McEwan - marketing en software executive) zijn weggeshopt:
Amiga Inc. is continuing the great tradition that has plagued the computer almost since its inception: Its president is out after less than a year.
[...]Laser suspects Collas was pushed out for talking too much. Collas posted regularly on the Amiga newsgroup comp.sys.amiga.misc, and posted updates regularly to the Amiga site. Then, in late August, Amiga Inc. issued a statement that it would focus on its work and not be communicating with the public anymore. One week later, Collas was gone.
"Collas was trying to be at the same time open and friendly with the Amiga community and at the same time not show his hand to any competition," Laser said.