Jan 15, 2006
Welcome to Show 027! This week's Topic: The Beginner's All-Purpose Symbolic Instruction Code (or BASIC, for short...)
Topics and links discussed in the podcast...
More Commodore news - here's an interview with Bil
Herd on the Commodore Plus/4 World
Check out the Vintage Computing and Gaming website for "adventures in collecting, playing, and hacking vintage computing and gaming devices."
If you're in the US and interested in products from Individual Computers (e.g., the Retro Replay), then have a look at the C64 Reloaded Store.
As always, it's all there on Wikipedia - articles on the BASIC programming language, Dartmouth BASIC, and the Dartmouth Timesharing System!
Want to program in BASIC on modern day systems? Have a look at FreeBASIC, DarkBASIC, BlitzBASIC, or Visual BASIC.NET 2005.
Be sure to send any comments, questions or feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thanks for listening!