Sunday
Aug072016

RCR Episode 133

Panelists: Paul Hagstrom (hosting), Ken Gagne, Michael Mulhern, and Carrington Vanston

Host's Topic: I've a feeling we're not in Missouri anymore

All of us are now back in our respective countries after KansasFest and.

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RCR Episode 133: August 7, 2016

Tuesday
Aug022016

RCR Episode 132

Panelists: Kevin Savetz (hosting), Mark Pilgrim, Kate Szkotnicki, Lisa Allyn, and Jeff Blakeney (contestants)

Host's Topic: Kevin Loves Apples

After one too many repetitions of his name, Kevin Savetz materialized at KansasFest 2016 and wrested control of the Retrocomputing Roundtable. A panel of four attendees compete in Apple-II-related games, recorded live at KansasFest.

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RCR Episode 132: July 23, 2016

Friday
Jul222016

RCR Episode 131

Panelists: Earl Evans and Randy Kindig (hosting), and Evan Koblentz (expert witness)

Host's Topic: Vintage Computer Festival West

Randy and Earl wonder about VCF West, and Evan comes to the rescue, in this Very Special Episode of the Retrocomputing Roundtable (recorded jointly with Floppy Days). Also, the first of two consecutive episodes crossing over with ANTIC.

Sharing is caring! Alert everyone you know who might be interested in going to VCF West XI that it's happening, soon. Always better to learn about these things before they happen, rather than after they're over.

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RCR Episode 131: July 22, 2016

Sunday
Jul102016

RCR Episode 130

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

Host's Topic: What good is source code?

As more original source code becomes available (we’ll talk about a couple [Apollo Guidance Computer and LucasArts’ Habitat] later this episode—but before that fairly high profile source code from Apple II DOS, Xerox Alto, Microsoft BASIC, CP/M, Prince of Persia, Glider, Wander, Star Raiders, and more), what kinds of things do we hope to learn, or have we learned, or can we do with these? Are they just historical artifacts, or can they be used in the future as learning tools, or in new software, or...?

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RCR Episode 130: July 10, 2016

Sunday
Jun262016

RCR Episode 129

Panelists: Michael Mulhern (hosting), Paul Hagstrom, Jack Nutting, and Carrington Vanston

Host's Topic: Was the tech in the 80's better than today?

Was the 80’s tech better, or do you prefer today's offerings? What did you love about the 80’s tech, and what do you miss?

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RCR Episode 129: June 26, 2016

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