The only online repository for audio about antiquated technology.
Randy Kindig, Kay Savetz, Brad Arnold
Welcome to Advent of Computing, the show that talks about the shocking, intriguing, and all too often relevant history of computing. A lot of little things we take for granted today have rich stories behind their creation, in each episode we will learn how older tech has lead to our modern world.
Echoes of KFest – KansasFest
Humans have always looked at how to do things easier. Whether its to use an Abacus to quickly count inventory, automate accounting math using a machine, or quickly calculating ballistics trajectories using wires and Ferrite rings. Now, most of us use hand-held computers to simplify our lives, and the functions are doing just that! But, how did we get here? And who is responsible for all these great ideas? We'll explore this, looking into the origins of some of the most amazing devices and the people who came up with the ideas that led to them. Tune in for the science, thinking (and sometimes controversy) behind the History of Computing!
Mike Maginnis & Quinn Dunki
Retro Computing Roundtable
Retro Tea Break
James & John
David and Michael (with Bill & Kieren)
The Atari XE Gaming System was a version of their XE 8-bit line of computers but attempting to compete against the successful Nintendo Entertainment System. At the same time offering the computer option. Our podcast will focus on the cartridge games made for this system but, because this is essentially an atari 8-bit computer, we'll also review games that will play on this system.
N. Blanchard, M. Rowen, J. Linville, B. Pitre, R. Klein
Computers touch all most every aspect of our lives today. We take the way they work for granted and the unsung heroes who built the technology, protocols, philosophies, and circuit boards, patched them all together - and sometimes willed amazingness out of nothing. Not in this podcast. Welcome to the History of Computing. Let's get our nerd on!
Jeff Salzman and Todd George
The History of Personal Computing podcast is your biweekly virtual guide in both audio and on the web to the history and development of arguably the single most important technological advancement of the last forty years - the personal computer. But, just what is a personal computer these days, well, that’s just it, it continues to evolve. We’ll be going over the significant devices one by one.
Join us for the Retrobits Podcast! We talk about computing like we did it "back in the day". If it's got 8 bits, paper tape, a cartridge slot, CP/M, BASIC in ROM, or if it's just plain old...the Retrobits Podcast is the place to hear about it. For more info, check our website at http://www.retrobits.com.
Neil Thomas and John Shawler