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The Retrobits Podcast

Jun 25, 2007

Never trust a computer you can't throw out a window.  -Steve Wozniak

Welcome to Show 090!  This week's topic: Random Bits (a variety show)!

Direct link to the Retrobits Podcast Forum (until the URL is repaired)...
ADTPro (Apple Disk Transfer Pro) goes 1.0!  Read about it here!
Need a USB-based solution for connecting your 8-bit Atari system to your PC?  They've got just the thing at AtariMax...
Only a few lucky people were original owners of a Kenbak-1, recognized by many as the first personal computer.  But the Kenbak Kit is a faithful reproduction.  More info on the Kenbak-1 can be found at the site, and at the Vintage Computers website.
Briel Computers has introduced the MicroKIM, a functional clone of the KIM-1 single board computer!
If building a clone of the Cosmac ELF is your cup of tea, Spare Time Gizmos would be happy to help...
Anxious to do a little C programming for the Commodore 64?  Check out the new programming libraries introduced by Glenn Holmer for the Power C compiler...
Couldn't make it to the Vintage Computer Festival East 4.0?  Neither could I, but I can look at the pictures...

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

Thanks for listening!

- Earl

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almost seventeen years ago

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