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The Retro League » Episode 240 – Extraordinary Games Require Extraordinary Evidence

Our friends over at The Retro League have posted their latest podcast episode, 240, entitled, "Extraordinary Games Require Extraordinary Evidence." They cover their usual breadth of topics on the show and even took time to comment on a brief editorial I posted, "Is the retrogaming community too entitled?." Check out the episode here.

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Floppy Days Podcast Episode 14 - 2014 CoCoFest Preview

Episode 14 of Randy Kindig's Floppy Days Vintage Computing Podcast, entitled, Floppy Days Episode 14 - 2014 CoCoFest Preview, is now out. In the podcast, Randy interviews John Mark Mobley about the upcoming 2014 23rd Annual "Last" Chicago CoCoFest. In the podcast, Randy and John discuss all the great things going on at the fest, which runs from April 26 - 27, 2014, in Lombard, Illinois, near Chicago. Among many other attendees, Boisy Pitre and I will be signing copies of our book, CoCo: The Colorful History of Tandy's Underdog Computer, at the event. If you can make it, be sure to say "hi." As always, if you haven't already, you should subscribe to Randy's excellent podcast in the podcatcher of your choice so you're sure not to miss future episodes.

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RetroGaming RoundUp 72 - CoCo Book Interview with Boisy Pitre

The excellent and lengthy RetroGaming RoundUp podcast has an interview with my co-author on CoCo: The Colorful History of Tandy's Underdog Computer, Boisy Pitre, both about the book and topics related to Radio Shack's Color Computer (CoCo) series, in their latest episode, 72, entitled Craggley Trees. The show runs a beefy five hours, 48 minutes, and 39 seconds, and, as usual, is just packed with contact. You can find the interview with Boisy at the very beginning of the episode in their monthly Hardware Flashback segment.

Just a reminder, if you're going to be at VCF East 9.1 this weekend, both Boisy and I will be there this Saturday, April 5, as well as at CoCoFEST! 2014, which is in the Chicago area, April 26 and 27, 2014. If you're there, be sure to say hi to us. Enjoy!

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Gamer's Haven - Episode 106 reviews CoCo: The Colorful History of Tandy's Underdog Computer

Episode 106 of the Gamer's Haven podcast, entitled, "Catch-Up and Online Games," is now out. In the episode, the Gamer's Haven crew talk about some online games and catch-up their listeners with what they’ve been so busy with over the last several months. Included in the podcast is a thorough review of our recent book, CoCo: The Colorful History of Tandy's Underdog Computer. You can hear that thoughtful discussion around the 1:20:40 mark, though, as always, it's recommended you listen to the whole show.

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Floppy Days Episode 12 - CoCo Book Interview with Boisy Pitre and Bill Loguidice

Episode 12 of Randy Kindig's Floppy Days Vintage Computing Podcast, entitled, Floppy Days Episode 12 - CoCo Book Interview w/Boisy Pitre & Bill Loguidice, is now out. In the podcast, Randy interviews both Boisy and me about our CoCo: The Colorful History of Tandy's Underdog Computer book. It was a pleasure writing the book with Boisy and a similar pleasure being able to make a rare podcast appearance to talk with him about the material and the process to Randy. If you haven't already, be sure to check out the book, and of course, subscribe to Randy's excellent podcast in the podcatcher of your choice so you're sure not to miss future episodes.

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Floppy Days Episode 11 - VCF East 9.1 Preview and One Year Show Anniversary

Episode 11 of Randy Kindig's Floppy Days Vintage Computing Podcast, entitled, VCF East 9.1 Preview w/Evan Koblentz, and celebrating the one year anniversary of the show, is now out. You can read more about VCF East 9.1 here, which runs from April 4 - 6, 2014, in Wall Township, New Jersey. I'll be trying to attend that and CoCoFest this year, which runs from April 26 - 27, in Lombard, Illinois. VCF East is a general show covering everything from classic personal computers to mainframes, while CoCoFest is targeted to fans of Tandy's Radio Shack Color Computer series.

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The Retro League Episode 214 discusses the new book, CoCo: The Colorful History of Tandy's Underdog Computer

Another excellent podcast, The Retro League, has picked up on our new book, CoCo: The Colorful History of Tandy's Underdog Computer. In Episode 214, starting a little after two minutes and 50 seconds into the podcast (YouTube video stream of their podcast embedded below; though that's the raw, unedited version), the book is discussed, with a positive recommendation. This precedes several other reviews on various other podcasts, Websites, and magazines that will be forthcoming, as well as (to date) seven five star reviews on Amazon!

If you'd like to read more about the book, you can visit the Amazon link or go to the publisher's (CRC Press, part of Taylor & Francis Group) Website.

Here's the raw video version of the podcast episode:

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Retro Computing Roundtable (RCR) Episode 64 mentions CoCo: The Colorful History of Tandy's Underdog Computer!

Episode 64 of the Retro Computing Roundtable (RCR) mentions my new book, written with Boisy Pitre, CoCo: The Colorful History of Tandy's Underdog Computer, at approximately the 32 minute mark. Unfortunately, despite my efforts to reach out to them for reviews copies of both that book and the upcoming Vintage Game Consoles: An Inside Look at Apple, Atari, Commodore, Nintendo, and the Greatest Gaming Platforms of All Time, Earl Evans, Paul Hagstrom, and Carrington Vanston were apparently previously unaware of the book's existence. It seems Earl was first made aware of our CoCo book after his appearance on Randall Kindig's excellent Floppy Days Podcast, where both Boisy and I will be interviewed soon (Randall should receive his review copies soon). Whatever the circumstances, the mention on RCR is greatly appreciated and some of the reminiscing that follows just happens to be covered/clarified in the CoCo book, so I hope they enjoy it. By the way, like the Floppy Days Podcast, RCR has always been in my podcast listening rotation!

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Matt Appears on All Gen Gamers Podcast

MadonnaMadonnaI had the honor a few days ago of being a guest on the All Gen Gamers podcast. The topics are pretty eclectic, ranging from Samantha Fox Strip Poker to Madonna's bush (what'd you expect when you put a bunch of 30-something retrogamers together?). We also talk about Matt Chat, PC games, and much more. If you aren't familiar with this podcast, it's hosted by the top dogs of the YouTube retrogaming community. I highly recommend all of their channels; suffice it to say, if you like Matt Chat, you'll love these guys.
Download the episode here.

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