RCR Episode 244: Lacking Future Relevance

Panelists: Paul Hagstrom (hosting), Earl Evans, and Carrington Vanston Topic: Lacking future relevance Sunk time - times you’ve spent learning (or learning how to do) something that has no future relevance. What did you do, what were you THINKING? Topic/Feedback links: Foone Turing explores the updated Twitter image posting/processing rules, for a very good reason The reason Retro Computing News: Corecursive: The Original Remove Developer, Paul Lutus Mountain Hermit Makes ‘Apples’ Sing In Simple English The Ultimate Commodore 1541 Drive Talk (Hackaday) The Ultimate Commodore 1541 Drive Talk (YouTube) The Ultimate Apollo Guidance Computer Talk The 100 MHz 6502 The 100 MHz 6502 (Hackaday) Swatch 1984 Revisited The Source (GitHub, historical source) Vintage Computer(-related) commercials: IBM 5100 (First Portable Computer) commercial 1977 Retro Computing Gift Idea: Lovelace and Babbage board game Auction Picks: Carrington: Apple Super Bowl cushion Memphis Design mouse pad Earl: Atari 400 computer keyboard Paul: Edison Voicewriter Wax cylinders See also: Edison Voicewriter Mystery House Laser 50 Laser 50 Spaceball ADAM power supply Topic/Feedback links: A People’s History of Computing in the United States The Soul of a New Machine ?Next Without For 006 - SNOBOL Feedback/Discussion: @rcrpodcast on Twitter Vintage Computer Forum RCR Podcast on Facebook Throwback Network Throwback Network on Facebook Intro / Closing Song: Back to Oz by John X Show audio files hosted by CyberEars Listen/Download:

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