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The Retrobits Podcast


Dec 12, 2005

 

Four thousand and ninety-six bytes of RAM.  Don't spend it all in one place!

Welcome to Show 024!  This week we cover the Tandy MC-10 Micro Color Computer!

Topics and links discussed in the podcast...

See photos from the World Of Commodore show here and here!
Wikipedia has a page on the MC-10.  I love that site!
And old-computers.com has a great MC-10 page also!
Charlie’s TRS-80 MC-10 web page has software and links for the MC-10.
The trs80mc10club can be found on Yahoo! Groups (membership is free, but requires registration).
Lots of techy specs on the MC-10 can be found at the "Inside the Radio Shack MC-10" page!
Don't have a MC-10?  No problem!  Visit the "James the Animal Tamer's Emulators" page, and pick up Virtual MC-10!
For cool software, extended BASIC, other software mods and info, check out The MC10 Archive.

Be sure to send any comments, questions or feedback to retrobits@gmail.com.

For online discussions on Retrobits Podcast topics, check out the Retrobits Podcast forum on the PETSCII Forums page!

Our Theme Song is "Sweet" from the "Re-Think" album by Galigan.

Thanks for listening!

- Earl

 


Keith
six and a half years ago

Just want to say this was my first computer.
Saved my pennies to get this, then realized how frustrating it was to not be able to save my stick figure animations.... Next computer was a c64 with disk drive (which my father help me buy) then the good times started :)

Keith
six and a half years ago

Just want to say this was my first computer.
Saved my pennies to get this, then realized how frustrating it was to not be able to save my stick figure animations.... Next computer was a c64 with disk drive (which my father help me buy) then the good times started :)