This podcast features productivity software for the Atari 8 bit home computers. Some 16 bit (ST) and portable (Portfolio) thrown in too!
S6E641 BBS Social
Being a socialite via Bulleting Board Systems (BBS) the retro way. … More S6E641 BBS Social
S6E06 APX/Atari My First Alphabet
My First Alphabet was originally released in 1981 by APX Software, then later by Atari. This is a educational title. It was developed by Fernando Herrera who was the first to win Ataris' Star aware, and later was one of the founders of First Star Software. … More S6E06 APX/Atari My First Alphabet
S6E05 Antic Software CalcMagic
CalcMagic was released in 1985, by Antic Software. This is a spreadsheet. It was developed by Metamorphosis Development and programmed by Dave Middleton. … More S6E05 Antic Software CalcMagic
S6E04 XLEnt Software MegaFiler
MegaFiler was released in 1984, by XLEnt Software. This is a database with a powerful search and reporting engine. It was developed by Jerry Kwit. … More S6E04 XLEnt Software MegaFiler
S6E03 DataSoft Crosscheck
Crosscheck was released in 1986, by DataSoft. It was a game title. It was published by Intellicreations Inc and programmed by Tom McWilliams. … More S6E03 DataSoft Crosscheck
S6E02 APX Circuit Lab
Circuit Lab was released in 1983, by APX. It was an education title designed to teach basic DC electronics. It was developed by Mark Davids and Sheldon Leemon. … More S6E02 APX Circuit Lab
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Excellent "Atari 8-Bit Productivity Podcast"!
Inverse Atascii is the Productivity Podcast for all Atari 8-Bit Home Computers. Presented by Podcaster "Wade Ripkowski", the show offers fortnightly reviews of software lasting about 20 minutes per episode. Inverse Atascii offers high quality content, professional quality reviews and is enhanced by great sound effects and an appropriate amount of humour to add to the mix. I owned an Atari 8-Bit computer throughout the 1980's and my interest has become very rekindled over the last 5 years. The computers still have an impressive fanbase in 2015 and this show offers essential listening for fans of these Retro machines. To date, Productivity applications reviewed have included Word Processors, Spreadsheets, Mailing Lists, Decision Planners and many more. Wade's Podcast is just on the verge of reaching its second season and many loyal listeners have been around since day one. I highly recommend Inverse Atascii and can never wait to download and play the next episode. Why not download a show today and immerse yourself in the software of the very best of Atari 8-Bit Productivity.