Warlord of DIGITECH has been interviewed by Majestic of Brainstorm.
(BitFellas note: This article claims to have been written by Majestic in the text above, yet was signed by The Accüsed at the bottom.)
Tell us something about your group.
-Digitech was founded about 2 years ago. We consist of 22 members at the moment. We dont have any foreign members. I think we are quite productive. The only drawback in our group is the lack of a original supplier.
What's your function?
-I'm the main swapper, packer and administrator.
What do you think about your local Amiga scene?
-It's cool, a lot of cool groups are in Gothenburg...
What's your opinion on demos?
- I like demos, as long as they are cool.
What are your hobbies?
-Next to Amiga, it's girls and alcohol.
What about modem trading?
-We've got a Supra 2400 baud modem.
Your opinion about phreaking?
-I have two opinions about phreaking, a positive on and a negative one. The bad side of phreaking is that it ruins the feeling of mail swapping, you know when you trade by mail, everybody has a chance to be fast, but when when you phreak, the stuff gets old after a day, and most col guys already got it. The positice side is that you get the stuff very fast, but on the other side you risk getting caught...
List us a few good demos you have seen in the last few months:
-That's a though one, but I'll try: Complex buttermilk demo, Red Sector's vectorball demo, Unique's universal pictures demo.
How many swapping partners do you have?
-69 to be exact, but the whole group should have about 175 contacts. And I think the number will grow in the future.
What do you think about the American scene?
-I dont know much, but it seems that you have to phreak if you want to survive in the US.
What do you think about old heroes like BS1, TKT, SCA..?
-They are cool, they are legends, they will never die.
What's your favourite coder?
-Delta of Red Sector.
This article originally appeared in the Amiga diskmagazine "Zine #1" by Brainstorm 1989.
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Addresses and other contact information were only valid when this magazine was originally published, in october of 1989.
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