mika73 is correct - it was rude of me to just run off like that. My apologies.
And it's true - in April the podcast is re-launching with new episodes. I've got a couple of fun topics already lined up, so stay tuned.
retrobits.petscii.com hasn't worked for a while. I thought perhaps it was a technical glitch, but maybe it's not coming back. In the meantime, the folks at the Vintage Computer Forum have set up a forum for retro podcast discussions. Until/unless we can get the URL back on its feet, I'll probably be posting over there for a bit:
Post by classiccomputing on Jun 10, 2012 18:32:00 GMT -5
Earl, Carrington and I have discussed this many times, so I thought I would share it here. One of the "selling" points I made to both Earl and Carrington was that the Retro Computing Roundtable could be a podcasting "vehicle" for all three of us to keep to a schedule and keep each other podcasting. None of us have to bug the others to show up or anything, but having cohosts does make you feel more obligated to show up and do the show.
I was and am one of Earl's fans. He inspired me to try and podcast. I hope some of you also enjoy the RCR, even if you only get a third as much Earl!
David Greelish, Computer Historian
- Author, "The Complete Historically Brewed" - Founder, Atlanta Historical Computing Society - "Classic Computing Show" podcast - "Stan Veit's History of the Personal Computer" audiobook podcast - "Retro Computing Roundtable" podcast