Aug 1, 2005
This is show #005! Thanks for sticking around - hope you enjoy the program.
In addition to covering your e-mails and some interesting links, this show discusses a couple of my favorite (even older than show #003) computer languages, Fortran and COBOL. If you'd like to dust off your old programs and give them a whirl, have a look at the links below!
articles about the history of computing and technology in
general. They have a
recent article on the history of the Apple Lisa.
The Replica I, a replica of the original Apple I computer!
The Retrocomputing 2005 challenge - test your retrocomputing abilities...
DOSBox is an environment to run older DOS games (and other programs) on modern systems and operating systems.
Tiny COBOL is a modern COBOL compiler that is open-source.
Salford FTN95 is a modern Fortran 95 compiler for Windows (with .NET support!).
Be sure to send us any comments, questions or feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks for listening!