Cyberwlf has studied:
2002 Full-time Certificate 4 Information Technology: Web Site Production
Certificate 3 and 4 of Multimedia and Digital Production (JMC
Computer Graphic Design Technical Skills Course
Advanced Certificate of Info. Technology (C Programming) (TAFE)
Diploma of Business (UTS
1994 HSC (Including
Computing/Business Studies/Film & Video Editing) at Vaucluse
other things Cyberwlf has done:
Amiga 4000, 14gb
HDD, 28mb ram, 040/25mhz, Plextor FastSCSI2 8x2x20 CD-RW,
Sunrize AD516 16bit soundcard, DKB 3128 128mb RAM Expansion,
VLab Video Capture card, CyberVision64 4mb, MFC3 Highspeed
Serial/Parallel card, A2065 Ethernet controller, GVP SCSI
Controller with RAM Controller, SCSI External Zip Drive, 2nd
Disk Drive, Kickstart 3.1, OS 3.1, 15" Hyundai Multisync Monitor,
GVP DSS8+ Sampler, ScanMagic+ External ScanDoubler with FlickerFixer,
HP ScanJet5p SCSI Scanner, AGA.
Amiga 1200, 030/30mhz,
34mb ram, Kickstart 3.1, Silversurfer High speed Serial card,
2.5 to 3.5" Adapter cable, 40mb hdd, AGA, OS 3.1.
Amiga 2000, A2091
SCSI + RAM Controller, GVP 030/25Mhz with RAM Controller,
10mb RAM, Kickstart 3.1, 170mb SCSI HDD, 4x SCSI2 CD-ROM Drive,
ECS, OS 3.1.
Amiga 600, 030/33mhz,
17mb RAM, Kickstart 3.1, ECS, OS 3.1.
Amiga 500, SCRAM
500 SCSI/RAM Controller, 3mb fast, 1mb chip, Kickstart 1.3/2.04,
Kickstart ROM Switcher, OCS+.
Amiga CD32 Stock,
AGA, 2mb chip RAM.
Amiga 1000 with
RAM Expansion Sidecar, OCS.
Amiga 4000, 18mb
ram, Kickstart 3.1, AGA, Non working Zorro3 slots.
Dual Shock/Analogue Controller, Standard Controller
Sony Playstation 2,
2 Controllers, DVD Remote
1gb ram, FastSCSI2 Adapter 2096 card, ATi Radeon, 90gb HDD.
External SCSI 5.14 inch Box, 15 PPM Postscript Laser Printer,
Colour Canon BubbleJet, few IDE CD-ROM and HDDs, PowerComputing
PowerScanner V4 B/W, Alfa-Data AT 2008 IDE Controller, Dataflyer
4000SX SCSI Controller, Commodore Tape Streamer Drive, and
dead Cybervision64 4mb/Oktagon2008/GVP IO Controller card,
and half dead Rapidfire Z3.
An Amiga user
for around 11 or so years now. Started off like most as 'just'
a games player for the first year or so, but after a short enough
time graduated on to using shells ;), and from there things took
Spent over 5 years in the Australian modem 'scene'
being co-sysop of many local Bulletin Board Systems, running a
point (refer: Fidonet), writing articles for electronic disk magazines
such as Cydonia`s Defy, uploading and downloading plentiful amounts
of files ;), writing countless amounts of messages, and more!
During this time I also wrote an article for the Australian/New
Zealand Amiga Print publication called OZAmiga.
As well as everything else I did during my time
in the BBS 'scene' I also started several unreleased at the time
programs including a text editor, a configurable quiz tester with
user and quiz master versions of the program, a simple text adventure
game, a german tutor which was to be released commercially, but
due to losing the source code about half way through development,
development of the german tutor ceased there.
Around the end of 1994 I connected up to the Internet,
and became part of the Internet 'scene', being a regular IRC user
and leeching plentiful amounts of Aminet,
participating in IRC Conferences with 'famous' Amiga people on
matters concerning the Amiga.
At the end of 1994 I took a visit to the UK in which
I had a chance to visit the now defunct Commodore UK head quarters,
and had a chance to meet up and have a meeting with David Pleasance
(head of Commodore UK at the time), Mr Summers, and other Commodore
UK staff. As well, on my visit I got to check out the unreleased
Commodore CD1200 External Cd-ROM drive. You can check out pictures
of my visit to Commodore UK here.
Back on IRC after my visit to the UK, I returned
to the channel where I was a regular of efnet's #Amiga channel
(where the now infamous ex-bot Mama resided), I then moved on
to Undernet, and ended up moving across to Oz.org.
Starting off on the channel #Amiga there, but after a while I
created the channel #AmigaZone which has been running ever since
(now over 4 years old!), a channel I still run to this day. It
has become the central point for Amiga users on IRC in Australia,
but has overseas users as well. Before starting #AmigaZone, and
back while I was on Undernet, I started an AmIRC script called
Cybeonix (also spelt as Cyboenix by some), which I then collaborated
with another Amigan to transform it into a fully fledged multi-purpose
AmIRC utility/script, which remained the most used AmIRC script
for the Amiga IRC client till Kuang(another multi-purpose script/utility)
During my time on efnet #Amiga i associated with
the editors of the on-line industry Amiga publications, Amiga
Report, Amiga Monitor and Amiga Link, of which I also wrote for
at times. Since moving to Oz.org and setting up #AmigaZone i came
about finding myself a role writing in Australia's National Amiga
print publication, Australian Amiga Gazette. And through this
publication I also helped with the co-ordination of the 1997 Sydney
Australian Amiga show. At this Industry trade show I represented
the international Amiga Developers body known as the ICOA, and
presented a speech at the show for them. As well as this I also
contributed articles to Australian Amiga User Groups publications,
including Tasmania`s `Discovery` Amiga newsletter.
Between 1997 and 1998 I worked on what became known
as the Australian Amiga Retailers and Distributors survey, a comprehensive
guide to what Amiga companies existed in Australia, what they
sold, contact details, and other related information.
Since that time I have also helped with the co-ordination
and promotion of the visit of Amiga International`s National visit
around Australia, of Mr Petro Tsychenko.
As well as all this is my Amiga web site, Cyberwlf`s
Amiga Domain, an information resource for Amiga users.
Examples of some articles I have written for
Things I have released on to Aminet (the
main Amiga Software Archive):