Source:: Amigos Episode 133 – Ruff ‘N’ Tumble
Today at GeekFest Rants we finally get a look at the eagerly anticipated Solo, trailer/teaser. Carlos goes shot by shot to examine every little bit of information that will fuel our latest Star Wars obsession.
Then we’ll go over some shows to try to fill our Stranger Things fix. Included here you have, Twin Peaks, Dark, Black Mirror, Electric Dreams, Altered Carbon, and Counterpart. If we had more hours in the day, perhaps we could keep up with all this content.
Jerry Horanoff, Carina BBS Software Jerry Horanoff was the creator of the Carina bulletin board system software for the Atari 8-bit computers, and later, Carina II. The October 1986 issue of ANTIC Magazine wrote: “This expandable, module-based bulletin board software package is written in understandable BASIC and includes XMODEM upload/download transfer protocol, message editor with word processor-like functions and a total of 44 commands, including 17 sysop functions. It operates at 300, 1200 or 2400 baud and works with most DOSs and BASICs.” Jerry also created Ultramon, a disassembler. Later he worked at ICD and Commodore. This interview took place on January 25, 2018. Carina 1 Software And Documentation Carina II Manual 1987 interview with Jerry Purrfect Sift kickstarter
Hey kids! This week we have a little something different. An All New Episode of.. This Boring Life, where every episode we will explore The Secret Origin Of IseeRobots. One Topic At A Time.
The topic for this episode? Baseball and Baseball Card Collecting. This episode may come across a bit disjointed. I actually started it back in Oct of 2017 but then the big fire started so I sort of fell of sced and was finally able to finish it up. It’s a ton of fun though. Don’t worry.
We cover a ton of Baseball Video Games that I played, Baseball Stars, Earl Weaver Baseball and others before moving onto my passion for Baseball Cards. There is talk of shops, shows and popular cards of the time.
Don’t worry man, if you don’t like baseball it’s all good. It’s mostly about video games and card collecting.
It’s a super fun episode! Give it a listen and make sure to tell a friend!
Hi there, thanks for your patience for this episode on Wall Ball from Avalon Hill. I was finishing the editing on Wednesday morning when Sarah went to work. We thought the front porch was wet, but it was covered with ice. She fell and it was very scary, she was in a lot of pain. I ended up bringing her to the doctor to find out she had bruised her ribs. She is doing better now but the pain sneaks up on her still. Thanks to all of you again for your patience and well wishes. Extra special thanks to Hoji and Kate Scott, who both helped me with this show by telling me about the programmer, Duncan Scott. Duncan sadly passed away in 2011, but when I contacted Kate she was very gracious and willing to help. She got together with her mom and they both answered the questions I sent. Thank you both so much! Next up is the prototype for Tempest, by Atari. This is readily available on Flashback systems and also on Atari Age. I would love to hear your feedback on Tempest which you can send to me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please send it to me by the end of the day February 18th. Thank you so much for listening! Wall Ball Spring 1983 order form on Atarimania Wall Ball on Random Terrain Avalon Hill web site Sports Illustrated Baseball on Board Game Geek New Throwback Reviews with me! Check out Jose’s awesome spreadsheet for the list of games I’ve already done, with links to the episodes! Thank you Jose! Proud member of the Throwback Network! Proud member of the Retro Junkies Network! Facebook page Twitter page Google + page My YouTube channel, for whatever reason Blog page WHAT A FORUM TOO Listen to the show on Stitcher! Subscribe to the show on iTunes, and leave a review! Reviews are nice! Listen to the show on Tune In! Please check out my other shows: Intarivisions Podcast Please Stand By! The League of Extraordinary Podcasters
Source:: 149 – Wall Ball by Avalon Hill
On this episode Sean & Rob are joined by friend and previous guest Ferg from the Atari 2600 Game By Game Podcast. We talk about Toys “R” US closing stores, Child world, 8 tracks and shag carpeted Vans. Please consider using our Amazon affiliate link any time you shop Amazon.Thanks for your support! Download: Toy Store […]
Source:: Toy Store Memories
Source:: Amigos Episode 132 – Dune
Is this thing on? Yes, we are back! Is that a good thing? Who knows! Anyhows, join us as we fill you in on what’s been going on for us pinball/arcade wise the past year. Also, we will be at Pinfest this year, and as always, we will have some sort of freebies to give out.
Allentown, Pa-May 4th & 5th!
Source:: Lock is Lit Podcast Episode 119
In this episode of ANTIC The Atari 8-bit Computer Podcast: In this first episode of 2018, we talk about the fact that ANTIC has been downloaded over ½ million times, we get a surprise visit from Thomas Cherryhomes, who talks about PLATO for the Atari, we offer Atari 8-bit gift options for Valentine’s Day, Nir Dary tells us about some things he’s been exploring, plus all the Atari 8-bit news that we could find. Happy New Year!
Donate to Ted Nelson project at: https://paypal.me/Savetz
TEH: Tech Enthusiast Hour – https://tehpodcast.com
What We’ve Been Up To
- Laserdisc project – https://archive.org/stream/creativecomputing-1982-01/Creative_Computing_v08_n01_1982_January#page/n92/mode/1up/search/aurora
- Trans Lux – Trans Lux, Atari 800 art by Hal Glicksman & Trans Lux, an Atari 800 demo by Hal Glicksman
- Theses – https://archive.org/details/@savetz?and%5B%5D=thesis
- Vintage Game Consoles: An Inside Look at Apple, Atari, Commodore, Nintendo, and the Greatest Gaming Platforms of All Time by Bill Loguidice and Matt Barton – https://www.amazon.com/Vintage-Game-Consoles-Commodore-Platforms/dp/0415856000
- Indy Vintage Computer Club – https://www.facebook.com/groups/1082702455167563/
- Interview index: here
- Prototype PLATO cart from Lance at Video61 –
- Thom & company got the PLATO cart working – http://atariage.com/forums/topic/196354-ataris-plato-cartridge-question/?p=3952844
- 1984 article about Atari PLATO cart – https://www.atarimagazines.com/v3n3/platorising.html
- Cyber1 – https://www.cyber1.org
- Friendly Orange Glow book – http://amzn.to/2E0ZWsN
- Demo video by Thomas Cherryhomes –
- 8-bit High Score Club Season 15 – http://atariage.com/forums/forum/60-8-bit-high-score-club/
- Altirra 3.00 out – http://www.virtualdub.org/altirra.html
- BASIC Ten-Liners are back for 2018 – http://gkanold.wixsite.com/homeputerium/basic-10liners-2018
- 13th Issue of Pro(c) Magazine – https://proc-atari.de/de/proc-atari-magazin
- Cult game Pong bounces back as quiz show – https://www.thetimes.co.uk/edition/news/cult-game-pong-bounces-back-as-quiz-show-f7ht0dc2w
- Upcoming Shows where you might see Atari computers (or Atari people):
- Vintage Computer Festival Pacific Northwest – http://vcfed.org/wp/festivals/vintage-computer-festival-pacific-northwest/ , When: Saturday February 10th and Sunday February 11th, 2018, Where: Living Computers: Museum+Labs, 2245 First Avenue South, Seattle, WA
- VCF Southeast, April 21 & 22, 2018, this year at the Computer Museum of America Roswell, GA
- Vintage Computer Festival East – http://vcfed.org/wp/festivals/vintage-computer-festival-east/ , When: May 18-20, 2018, Where: InfoAge Science Center, 2201 Marconi Rd., Wall, NJ
- KansasFest – https://www.kansasfest.org/ , July 17-22, 2018, Kansas City, Missouri
- Portland Retro Gaming Expo – http://www.retrogamingexpo.com/ – Oregon Convention Center on October 19-21, 2018
- other shows that will definitely occur but not yet announced:
- VCF Midwest – Elk Grove Village, IL – September
- Atari Party – keep eye open
- International Atari Shows (Nir Dary) – https://email@example.com&pli=1
YouTube videos this month
- YouTube videos this month – using the search term “Atari 800”
- Mister FPGA Board Emulating ATARI 800 XL Computer (Nir Dary) – – Mister is an open source FPGA Retro machine emulation system, in this Video i demonstrate the Mister board emulating the ATARI 800 XL computer
- Trans Lux, an Atari 800 demo by Hal Glicksman uploaded by Kevin Savetz – https://
- Atari 800/400 “E.R.I.C. P.O.P. #1” Kiosk Video Rip – Ben Henmueller – – This video was ripped from a laserdisc that was used in kiosks set-up by Atari to promote the Atari 800 and Atari 400 computer systems.
- My 1983 Diary Episode 3: More Atari Games and Pelham Puppets – JohnnyCeed –
Valentine’s Day Gift Ideas
- Atari T-shirts at Target – https://www.target.com/s?searchTerm=atari
- CB101280E2 Atari Enhanced 2nd Generation Custom made Composite Video Cable – Best Electronics – http://www.best-electronics-ca.com/Atari%20CV%20E2%20cable.htm
- Controllers at Best Electronics – http://www.best-electronics-ca.com/quickguide.htm
- Replace your Atari ingot power supply
- Identify the ingot – http://atariage.com/forums/topic/95416-power-supplies/?p=1157349
- Replacement power supply $20 – $27 at Best Electronics – http://www.best-electronics-ca.com/power%20guide.htm
- Atari 1088XEL by MacRorie
- Atari 1050 Drive SD Card Reader $80 – https://www.etsy.com/listing/217822136/atari-1050-drive-sd-card-reader?ref=shop_home_active_19
- Atari 800XL Brushed Aluminum Badge $4.29 – https://www.etsy.com/listing/448890934/atari-800-xl-label-logo-sticker-badge?ref=shop_home_active_25
- Atari 800 Embroidered Custom Dust cover $19.50 – https://www.etsy.com/listing/548440655/atari-800-computer-custom-made-dustcover?ref=shop_home_active_20
- Breakout Book $17.99 – https://www.amazon.com/Breakout-Atari-Computers-Defined-Generation/dp/0692851275/
Nir’s Segment – SilliVenture 2017
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In this episode of the SNES Podcast, Greg and George again highlight their differences in ages as they discuss a game based off a TV show that George watched as a kid — Mighty Morphin Power Rangers! This beat em up/platformer allows you to pick any of the hero’s from said show and has decent graphics and good music to back it up. So how does the game play and does it hold up today? Tune in to find out! Any questions, comments, suggestions, etc. can be left on our FB book or e-mailed to the firstname.lastname@example.org and as always thanks for your support!