The Keane kids are getting ready for Christmas. Jeffy wants Santa to bring Granddad down from heaven for Christmas. Is that something Santa can actually do?
Source:: Amigos Episode 124 – Shaq Fu
Robert Jaeger, Montezuma’s Revenge Robert Jaeger is best known in the Atari community as the programmer of the popular game Montezuma’s Revenge, which was published by Parker Brothers in 1984. He also programmed Chomper, published by MMG Micro Software; and Pinhead, published by Robert’s own company, Utopia Software. This interview took place on December 2, 2017. Digital Press interview with Robert Montezuma’s Revenge group on Facebook AtariMania’s list of Robert’s games Gary Walton interview Wikipedia on Montezuma’s Revenge Google DeepMind AI learns to play Montezuma’s Revenge
Source:: Robert Jaeger, Montezuma’s Revenge
Mrs. Claus has a secret mission for our prep and landing boys. Can they pull off a stealth mission right under Santa’s nose?
Hey kids! Thanks for stopping by. We have a super fun show ahead of us this week. We start off me complaining about Best Buy and about this fool at The Flea Market who threatened me with a screwdriver and then from there we move onto At The Movies where I’m gonna tell you all about a prison flick I saw called The Brawl In Cell Block 99.. I really dug it.
Then it’s onto the main event of the show! My Top 5 Christmas Gifts of all the times! These are gifts I got, not gifts I gave.. it’s a super fun list with everything from consumer electronics to Toys.. I’m sure that you will dig it
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Source:: CCCM – SyFy Movies
A shepherd boy is blinded by a lightning strike and spends Christmas with some nuns at their abbey. Will it take a Christmas miracle to make this story have a happy ending?
Need something for the Atari weirdo in your life? Look no further! Here are some gift ideas that will make you scream “STELLAAAAAAA!!!” That makes no sense. As always, thank you for listening. WHERE TO BUY You can support the Throwback Network by doing your Amazon shopping through this link Scramble Anguna Star Castle AtGames Flashback systems 2017 Flashback Portable review Bridge Direct Plug and Play Joystick Jakks Plug and Play Joystick Art of Atari by Tim Lapetino Art of Atari Poster Collection Atari Flashback, the Essential Companion by Bill Loguidice Unauthorized Atari 2600 Arcade Companion by Michael Salzman Unauthorized Atari 2600 Sports Almanac by Michael Salzman Adventure Game Journal Phoenix IV by Leonard Herman In The St. Nick of Time by Bill Pepper Atari Bytes 67 – Interview with Chad Bowers and Chris Sims Swordquest Comics Centipede Comics Original Swordquest Comics Trade Paperback Original Atari Force Comics Trade Paperback IDW Centipede tabletop game IDW Missile Command tabletop game (available March 2018) Packrat Video Games Good Deal Games
Source:: 2017 Holiday Gift Guide
Panelists: Paul Hagstrom (hosting), Jack Nutting (not hosting)
Retro Computing News:
- Atari shows off new joystick
- A digital clock implemented in Life
- NASA fires Voyager-1’s thrusters for first time in 37 years
- CARDIAC (CARDboard Illustritive Aid to Computation)
- Paleotronic Magazine
Vintage (Computer) Commercial(s)
Retro Computing Gift Idea:
- Jack: Avon Beauty Vision Personal Color Computer
- Paul: Otrona Attache
- @rcrpodcast on Twitter
- Vintage Computer Forum
- RCR Podcast on Facebook
- Throwback Network
Source:: RCR 162 – 3-Smooth
Tay Vaughan, Atari Connection and Antic magazines Tay Vaughan used Atari computers in his school for maritime skills and as a marine surveyor. He was featured in that capacity in a 1983 Atari catalog “Atari Home Computers — The Next Generation.” Next, he was hired by Atari and was an editor of The Atari Connection magazine, where he wrote the Bits & Pieces column. Later, Tay was senior editor at Antic magazine, and he edited the book The Best of Atari Software, published by Consumer’s Guide. In this interview, we discuss Ted Richards and Jim Capparell, whom I have previously interviewed. This interview took place on December 4, 2017. “Those guys came to the school, the Atari marketing people, and said ‘we’d like to give you a couple of computers to let your students play with them and so forth. In exchange, we’ll come and take some pictures and maybe use you for marketing.” Tay Vaughan in Atari computer catalog Tay’s web site Bits and Pieces Tay’s articles in Antic magazine Interview with Ted Richards Interview with Jim Capparell The Best Atari Software book