Dec 20, 2005
Welcome to Show 025! This week is a variety show!
Topics and links discussed in the podcast...
Commodore Returns? Not quite, but the brand name and logo live
on! Check it out at the
Commodore web site.
Have a look at the Space-Time Productions Single Board Computer, a Z80 single board system from 1982! (Link revised Feb 2006)
Need a multitasking OS with windowing UI for your Amstrad CPC? Well, you are in luck, check out the SymbOS web site for more details!
Ars Technica has a neat multi-page article on the history of microcomputers and their associated market share. You can see it here.
The inventor of the mouse and many other key components of modern computing, Doug Englebart, is the guest for the current episode of NerdTV. Very interesting episode.
Wonder how retro games were made? Read the diary of a game developer from the mid 80s during the creation of a very popular game, Paradroid! You can find this at the most excellent ZZAP 64 web site.
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