Aug 8, 2005
This is show #006! Today's podcast focuses on the Commodore 128 computer, a wonderful example of advanced 8-bit technology.
As always, here are the links discussed in the podcast...
The Lamp and other
Apple II publications are available at A2Central. The
parent site is definitely
worth checking out as well!
Want to see great pictures of retro computers, including many international models? Have a look at the Home Computer Museum.
Do a Google search for the C64 DTV - a cute little joystick with the brains of a Commodore 64!
You can purchase GEOS and related applications at the cmdrkey.com website. They sell hardware and software for Commodore systems, including the CMD line of peripherals.
The commodore.ca site has a great page on the Commodore 128.
Find out about the C65, an 8-bit that never saw daylight (except in prototypes) at the Secret Weapons of Commodore.
Good pictures and good information can be found at the Old Computers page for the C128.
VICE emulates the C128 (and many other Commodore systems).
Be sure to send us any comments, questions or feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks for listening!