- Amiga Coding WIKI (started 10 sep 2007)
- UtilityBase wiki (webarchive version, since the website seems to be down) (since feb 2003, not much content though)
- Wiki about reverse engineering on the Amiga (started dec 2009)
- Amiga Exotica WIKI (since 6 mar 2006) (demoscene, music, games)
- Amiga WIKI (since 10 aug 2003) (very diverse but sparse information)
- Classic Amiga WIKI (since 3 nov 2008) (hardware, DIY, list of Amiga models)
- Amiga FAQ (started at EAB) (link to where to get/buy software, games, demos and info on installing)
- Amiga Virus Encyclopedia (started 19 dec 2007)
- Aminet WIKI (since 25 mar 2006)
- Amiga UNIX Wiki (AMIX)
- Russian Amiga Wiki
- AWeb Wiki for Developers (webarchive version, original site is dead)
- Opencircuits - Minmig
Happiness: Getting Our Priorities Straight
There is a vitally important shift underway in how we think about progress. Growing numbers of economists, political leaders and expert commentators are calling for better measures of how well society is doing; measures that track not just our economic standard of living, but our overall quality of life. We too can benefit from a shift in priorities and a recognition that real happiness is less about what we earn or own and more about our relationships and state of mind;
Champ Helps Injured Competitor Across Finish Line
Sometimes, a simple gesture can take on a much greater meaning. During an Ohio track meet, Meghan Vogel sacrificed her own position to help Arden McMath, a fellow runner who fell down finish the race.
5 Principles for Inner Transformation at Work
People go to work to sustain themselves and produce value in the world. Yet work environments can also be stressful, filled with challenging responsibilities and personalities, and feel misaligned with our most deeply cherished values. Instead of sustaining us, the workplace can sometimes feel simply draining, and at worst, unwholesome for both ourselves and the world.
The Importance of Learned Optimism
What 25 years of research reveal about the cognitive skills of happiness and finding lifes greater purpose.The illiterate of the 21st century, Alvin Toffler famously said, will not be those who cannot read and write, but those who cannot learn, unlearn, and relearn. Our outlook on the world and our daily choices of disposition and behavior are in many ways learned patterns to which Tofflers insight applies with all the greater urgency
Discovering My Own Values
At the end of your life a friend once asked, What do you hope to have happened? I thought it a great question and decided to give him a thoughtful answer, so I pocketed it for later and bought myself a month for the assignment. For a while my mind flooded with questions of plot.