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Floppy Days 91 – The Osborne 1 with Lee Felsenstein

May 29, 2019 FloppyDays

The Osborne 1 with Lee Felsenstein

Welcome to episode 91 of the Floppy Days Podcast for May, 2019.

In the timeline for personal computer introductions, we are now in the year 1981.  For this episode we are going to be talking about the Osborne 1.

The Osborne 1 was the

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Floppy Days 90 – Lee Felsenstein Interview

April 25, 2019 FloppyDays

Episode 90 – Interview with Lee Felsenstein (Osborne 1)

Welcome to episode 90 of the Floppy Days Podcast for April, 2019.

In the timeline for personal computer introductions, we are now in the year 1981.  For this episode, and actually the next couple as well, we are going to be

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Floppy Days 89 – The Apple III – Part 3 with David Fradin

February 3, 2019 FloppyDays

The Apple III – Part 3 with David Fradin

Welcome to episode 89 of the Floppy Days Podcast, where we love our computers and programmable calculators of the 70’s and 80’s (and even into the 90’s).

As mentioned on the last episode, we’ve moved in to the year 1981 for

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Floppy Days 87 – The Apple III – with Paul Hagstrom

November 4, 2018 FloppyDays

Floppy Days Episode 87 – The Apple III – Part 1

Hello, everyone, and welcome to Episode 87 of the Floppy Days Podcast for November, 2018.  In the timeline, we continue to cover machines that were released in the year 1980. The topic of this show is a machine that

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Floppy Days 86 – The Sinclair ZX80 Part II with Earl Evans

August 11, 2018 FloppyDays

The Sinclair ZX80 and ZX81

Welcome to the Floppy Days Podcast with myself, Randy Kindig, and a whole host of vintage computers surrounding me, each one wanting their time in the limelight.  This will be part 2 of the 2-part series on the Sinclair ZX80 & 81 computer line. Once

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Floppy Days 84 – The Sinclair ZX80 with Earl Evans

May 30, 2018 FloppyDays

The Sinclair ZX-80

Hello and welcome to the Floppy Days Podcast for May, 2018, where we remind everyone of the days when everyone knew how to program a computer, not just use it for social media.  My name is Randy Kindig and I host this podcast.

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