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The Retrobits Podcast

Jul 17, 2005

Greetings, Retrocomputing Fans!

Happy to have you here for show #3!

This episode of the Retrobits Podcast focuses on a couple of popular languages from the 80s, and open-source languages in active development that carry on and extend the legacy of those languages.  Here are some of the URLs referenced in the show:

The magazine New Scientist had a great article on vintage computing.
Blake Patterson scribes the Byte Cellar Blog on retro computing.  Interesting stuff, and a very well-decorated retro room!
The Vintage Computer Festival is an international event that celebrates the history of computing. It's a show for retrocomputing! I'm hoping to go to the 8.0 event in November 2005.
The Computer History Museum is home to one of the largest collections of computing artifacts in the world.
Borland maintains a Museum where old version of the Turbo languages can be downloaded.
The Free Pascal project carries on Turbo Pascal and Delphi compatible legacy today.
The xHarbour project provides an extended xBase compiler.

Be sure to send us any comments, questions or feedback to

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

Thanks for listening!

- Earl


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