Feb 20, 2006
Welcome to Show 032! This week's topic: The Commodore 64 Demo Scene Part I!
Topics and links discussed in the podcast...
PDP-10 lives! Of course, we had no doubt. Check out
PDP Planet, the portal into
Paul Allen's collection of DEC systems!
If you get an account on the PDP-10, you'll need documentation, which you can find at the Manuals for DEC 36-bit Computers site. This site links to bitsavers.org, an extensive and impressive preservation site for systems documentation and software.
A lost interview with ENIAC co-inventor J. Presper Eckert, can be found on the computerworld.com site.
Jeri Ellsworth, creator of the C64 DTV and other interesting hardware, gives a talk at Stanford University on the Google Video link. (Note that the video will begin playing immediately on the linked page.)
Bo Zimmerman's site has an extensive archive of NTSC demos for the C64.
The C64 Scene Database has lots of info and demo scene releases.
Have a look at Driven Online, a main focal point of the ongoing C64 NTSC demo scene!
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Thanks for listening!