Jun 29, 2016
David Thiel, musician and interactive audio
David Thiel is a musician and interactive audio designer. At Gottlieb, he did the sound for arcade games including Reactor, Q*Bert, and Mach 3. At Action Graphics, David created the sound for Artillery Duel for the Atari 2600, and Beamrider and Pitstop for the Atari computers....
Jun 27, 2016
Gary Yost, The Catalog and Cyber Studio
Gary Yost worked at Antic magazine, in product development. He was the man behind The Catalog, Antic's catalog of third-party software. When Atari Program Exchange was shut down, he contacted programmers from APX to re-publish their works in's Antic's Catalog.
Jun 25, 2016
Fred Parr, MACE newsletter
Fred Parr was a member of MACE — the Michigan Atari Computer Enthusiasts group, and the man who printed the club newsletter. You can find scans of the newsletter at archive.org.
This interview took place on April 22, 2016. It in, we discuss Arlan Levitan, whom I previously interviewed.
Jun 23, 2016
Roland Gustafsson, Print Shop Companion
Roland Gustafsson wrote The Print Shop Companion, an add-on package for Brøderbund's popular Print Shop software, which added a printable calendar, font and page border editors, and other features. He first developed the program for the Apple ][, then ported the software to the...
Jun 21, 2016
Chuck Gibke, Air Raid!
Chuck Gibke, published one piece of software for the Atari computer: Air Raid!. The game first appeared in the winter 1982-1983 APX catalog, where it won second prize in the entertainment category.
This interview took place on April 22, 2016.
"Winning the contest generated a little bit of prizes...