Dec 30, 2010
Welcome to Show #138! This episode's topic: The PDP-8 Minicomputer!
In this episode, I provide an introduction to the PDP-8
Minicomputer, released by Digital Equipment Corporation in 1965.
The PDP-8 was the first commercially-produced and widely
available minicomputer, and launched a new era in computing.
The new generation of Commodore? Check out the new Commodore 64 - a modern PC in a C64 replica case...
The Diamond operating system - the Atari 8-bit GUI OS!
The Retro Computing Roundtable (RCR) is a new podcast hosted by David Greelish, now on episode #4! Find out more at the Classic Computing blog...
It's time for this year's Retrochallenge Winter Warmup! Get your retro game face on!
The Cult Of Mac website covers the Vintage Apple news for 2010...
The IEEE Computer Society launches a new feature - Computing Then!
Keynote speaker announced for this year's KansasFest...more info at their site...
Check out the PDP-8 FAQs at faqs.org, and also the Doug Jones PDP-8 resource site!
Cool PDP-8 video on YouTube (video will begin playing immediately) from TNMOC, and also the PDP-8 playing music!
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Thanks for listening!
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