Sunday
Apr152018

RCR 170 - Vintage Computer Festivals

Panelists: Earl Evans (hosting), Paul Hagstrom, Evan Koblentz, Jack Nutting, and Carrington Vanston

Topic: Vintage Computer Festivals

Vintage Computer Festivals and the Vintage Computer Federation. See things, talk to people, escape into the past.

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RCR Episode 170: April 15, 2018

Sunday
Apr012018

RCR 169 - Load Accumulator Immediate

Panelists: Paul Hagstrom (hosting) and David Greelish (not hosting)

Topic: Load accumulator

This is episode 169, known to hex enthusiasts as 0xA9, known to 6502 opcode enthusiasts as LoaD Accumulator (immediate mode). So, naturally, we will riff on the topic of accumulation.

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RCR Episode 169: April 1, 2018

Sunday
Mar182018

RCR 168 - Feedback

Sunday
Mar042018

RCR 167 - Costly Custom Creations

Panelists: Paul Hagstrom (hosting), Quinn Dunki, Jack Nutting, and Carrington Vanston

Topic: Costly Custom Creations

Continuing a discussion from last time, on the iterative process of designing, building, testing; costly custom creations; parts shortages; why it's generally difficult.

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RCR Episode 167: March 4, 2018

Sunday
Feb182018

RCR 166 - Retrocomputing Replicators

Panelists: Paul Hagstrom (hosting), Earl Evans, and Jack Nutting

Topic: Retrocomputing Replicators

Part of the fun of retrocomputing in the modern age is seeing what we can do with new technology to help our old hardware do things that were never before possible, or difficult, etc. With relatively easy availability of PCB design tools and fabrication shops, people set off to make their own projects, and share them. And maybe make a few and sell them. And people want them, and then they run out of time, interest, materials. Could things be better?

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RCR Episode 166: February 18, 2018