Shared June 25, 2016
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In this episode we take an in depth look at what life was like using cassette drives for storage on computers during the 1970's and 1980's.
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The basics of BASIC, the programming language of the 1980s.
Sega Saturn CD - Cracked after 20 years
World's 1st All New Commodore 64 | Ultimate 64 + new keycap kit
We got a $5,500 TAPE DRIVE!
Back when cameras used... Floppy Disks? Sony Mavica
CGA Graphics - Not as bad as you thought!
AST Computer - Tales from Tech Support
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Compact Cassette Tape Winders - From Bic to Sony
9 Plug n Play TV Games Compared
Are Computers Still Getting Faster?
How Telephone Phreaking Worked
How NOT to create MP3 music from cassette (Feat. Techmoan)
How light pens and light guns work NES Zapper
Commodore History Part 1- The PET
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