Apr 19, 2015
Ian Chadwick is the author of Mapping The Atari, which was -- and remains -- the ultimate
memory map for the Atari 8-bit computers. Mapping was published in two editions: the
original was for the 400/800 computers, then an updated version was later released for
the XL and XE machines. Ian also did a...
Apr 17, 2015
Louis Massucci, Atari Bench Tech
Lou Massucci was a bench technician for the Atari 800 line, repairing 8-bit computers and peripherals in Somerset, New Jersey. Later, he was was promoted to field service representative for the southwest territory.
This interview was conducted on March 2, 2015.
Apr 14, 2015
On this episode of ANTIC the atari 8-bit podcast:
a plethora of news about new atari software and podcasts
Randy tells us all about the “other” official basic, Microsoft BASIC for the Atari
and we de-brief about all of the recent interviews.
Yoomp will have a great time listening!
Apr 12, 2015
Al Alcorn, Atari Employee #3
Welcome to Antic, the Atari 8-bit computer podcast. I’m Randy Kindig and this is an interview-only episode of Antic. My guest for this interview was employee #3 at Atari where he created the world's first commercially successful video game: Pong, Mr. Al Alcorn. Al was a very...
Apr 11, 2015
William Volk wrote three Atari games for Avalon Hill: Conflict 2500, Voyager 1, and Controller. He also wrote Forth Turtle Graphics Plus, a 3-D graphics library for the Forth language that was released by Atari Program Exchange; ValGraphics for Valpar International; and Super Smart Terminal, an 80-column...