Jan 27, 2015
Ihor Wolosenko was co-founder of Synapse software, the company that brought us SynFile and SynCalc, and an amazing list of games including Blue Max, Zeppelin, Fort Apocalypse, Alley Cat and Shamus. And Nautilus, and Rainbow Walker, and Protector II, and others. Kevin interviewed Ihor on December 23, 2014.
Jan 20, 2015
On this episode of ANTIC the atari 8-bit podcast:
We debrief on the current state of atari retail
Kevin delves into the best and worst Atari 8-bit magazines
We learn how to stuff a raspberry pi into a miniature, 3-D printed 800XL
We try -- and fail to -- avoid becoming bird food
Jan 17, 2015
Hello, and welcome to this interview-only episode of Antic, the Atari 8-bit computer podcast. My name is Randy Kindig and I’ll be conducting the interview for this show. The interview is with Paul Westphal, a much more recent Atari vendor than Brad Koda, Bruce Carso, or Lance Rinquist that I’ve...
Jan 11, 2015
Kevin’s interview with Dave Small. Dave was half of the prolific writing and software team Dave and Sandy Small. He wrote the Outpost: Atari column in Creative Computing magazine, and the book Creative Atari. He also wrote for ANALOG, Antic, and Current Notes magazines. He was co-founder of LE Systems, a company...
Jan 7, 2015
Kevin interviews Mark Rustad, Mark worked at Minnesota Educational Computing Consortium (MECC) where he developed "Classroom Star", classroom networking hardware for the Atari 8-bits -- a product that was not released by Atari. Then he worked at Atari 1983-1984 as Systems Project Leader, where he troubleshooted the...