What was with TV in 1985? Anthology series, that’s what. More horror and sci-fi than you could stand. In this introduction to 80s Anthologies: Episode By Episode, I talk a little about this phenomenon. Listen, right click and save, or find it on Itunes.
What are “crazy creepy cool” movies and where did I find them? Listen to the first episode in this podcast series and you will find out. Listen, right click and download, or find it on Itunes.
Closing Music: Ominous Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Source: Crazy Creepy Cool Movies – Intro
Mike and Carrington discuss the classic arcade game Gyruss
Source: No Quarter 33: Gyruss
This week I spotlight CBS Toys/Video Games/Electronics and their first two games for the Atari 2600, Gorf and Wizard of Wor. Plus 2 audio submissions! Keep those coming! Next week’s episode is all about Adventure by Atari. Everyone should have some kind of story for that one! Please send them to firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you so much for listening!
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Kelly McGuinness?? Well, I slaughtered her name throughout the first episode of Never Seen It, but Heather and I did pretty well on all the other parts. Listen, right click and save as, or find us on Itunes.
Music: Heroic Age Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Source: Never Seen It – Winter People
Episode 002 This episode has 3 episodes of G.I Journal & 3 episodes of Cloak & Dagger. I thought these would be good ones to play with the Memorial holiday coming up. And remember, “Do with less, so they’ll have enough! Rationing gives you your fair share”.
Source: Memorial Day
This is episode 001 of OTR Playlist. On this episode I showcase the Mel Blanc Show.
Here is the Mel Blanc App I made, enjoy.
Contact the show with suggestions
Source: The Mel Blanc Show
Say a prayer and grab the Holy water — today’s episode is all about backmasking in music, those backwards subliminal messages hidden both intentionally and unintentionally in rock music during the 1970s and 80s. In this episode I’ll talk about what started this phenomenon, the course it ran, and what effect (if any) it had on innocent music fans such as myself.
A mirror copy of this episode is located at the Internet Archive.
Source: Episode 135: Backmasking
Panelists: Earl Evans (hosting), David Greelish and Carrington Vanston
- Host’s topic: Curmudgeon time: Is newer always better?
- GUI versus command line
- INI files versus the registry
- Web versus GUI
- Mobile apps versus web
- Wirth’s Law: “Software is getting slower more rapidly than hardware becomes faster.”
- David’s two secret eBay resources:
- “>Komputer Kindergarden with Kim Komando
- TRS-80 hard drive emulator
- Intel CEO Paul Otellini: History of the Computer Industry in 1 Chart
- Atari Breakout in Google Images
- A New 68000 CPU Board for the S-100 Bus
Vintage Computer Commercials:
Retro Computing Gift Idea:
- David: Zenith Minisport ZL-1 1MB Laptop
- Earl: DEC Digital Equipment Corp Vintage Programming Template
- Carrington: 1979 Mini Labs Astro War electronic game
Source: RCR Episode #51