Topics include: Gopher and Gopher-like protocols, Which Transformers represent which Operating Systems, The case for Rodimus Prime, Gobots, Snarf, Orco, Old computer magazines, The story of Dr Dobbs Journal, If we could freeze technology and computing in one year which would it be, Living in the 80s and early 90s would be sweet, Amiga Video Toaster, Nintendo Power T-Shirts, Chuck E. Cheese goes bankrupt, Rollerderby, Atari PCs for music production, and some dad jokes.
Every Saturday, at 9pm Pacific (currently over on the Lunduke YouTube Channel), a bunch of Lunduke's nerdiest friends gather – with live stream and a community chat room – to talk about nerdy things.
This weeks nerds:
- Matt Hartley (veteran Linux journalist)
- Also Lunduke
(Yeah, we went old-school this week. Just Matt and Lunduke, hanging out, talkin’ ‘bout nerdy things.)
A chance to socialize – with each other, and with all the chat room folks out on the Inter-tubes – and have a few good laughs while we talk about whatever the heck we all decide to talk about (with questions supplied by all of you). Light hearted. Unscripted.
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