CoCoTALK!

The world’s leading talk show featuring the Tandy Color Computer!

February 25th, 2019    

Video Episode 97 - Nick Marotta!

Watch Now:

We're live with episode 97 of CoCoTALK! at it's new time 8PM EST every Saturday, what will we talk about tonight? Why CoCo! of Course! We'll also introduce a new downloadable segment, CLOADM where you can load a piece of software into your CoCo, tell us what it is, and win a prize!

CoCoTALK!
Email any suggestions you have for the show to cocotalk@cocotalk.live

Join us for daily conversations on Discord: https://discord.gg/4J5nHXm

CoCoTALK! airs live, right here on YouTube each and every Saturday at 2:00 PM EDT! We are also available for replay and podcast listening! For all things CoCoTALK! visit http://cocotalk.live

Regular segments:
Panel introduction, review of how our week in the retro hobby transpired.

Feed back review:
We go over previous episodes, how many views have they received, what's our current podcast download count, who sent us comments, email feed back, all those and more will be discussed and shared.

Community activity reviews:
Review of news and postings from the Facebook group and the Color Computer mailing list.

Question of the week:
Grant Leighty will bring us a question of the week occasionally for us to discuss.

TechTALK!
L. Curtis Boyle and David Ladd provide us with some more depth on technical discussions

CoreDUMP! Nick Marentes will host technical discussions about software development, and hopefully not only raise questions, but provide answers for our CoCo devs

Ron's Garage!
Ron Delvaux offers us a peek into the past by showing of his impressive retro computing collection, each week we'll see some new items and talk about them.

Why did They/Tandy do that?
We'll ask the hard hitting questions of why things were (or weren't) done that could have possibly changed the course of history (hey that sounds like a great premise for a series!)

Interviews, News, Reviews, and more!

CoCoTALK! is the nation's leading live talk show featuring the Tandy Color Computer.

Custom artwork designed by Instagram artist Joel M. Adams:
https://www.instagram.com/artistjoelmadams/

Custom CoCoTALK! and retro merchandise is available at:
http://8bit256.com

Consider becoming a patron of the show:
https://patreon.com/ogsteviestrow

 

February 25th, 2019    

Episode 97 - Nick Marotta!

We're live with episode 97 of CoCoTALK! at it's new time 8PM EST every Saturday, what will we talk about tonight? Why CoCo! of Course! We'll also introduce a new downloadable segment, CLOADM where you can load a piece of software into your CoCo, tell us what it is, and win a prize!

CoCoTALK!
Email any suggestions you have for the show to cocotalk@cocotalk.live

Join us for daily conversations on Discord: https://discord.gg/4J5nHXm

CoCoTALK! airs live, right here on YouTube each and every Saturday at 2:00 PM EDT! We are also available for replay and podcast listening! For all things CoCoTALK! visit http://cocotalk.live

Regular segments:
Panel introduction, review of how our week in the retro hobby transpired.

Feed back review:
We go over previous episodes, how many views have they received, what's our current podcast download count, who sent us comments, email feed back, all those and more will be discussed and shared.

Community activity reviews:
Review of news and postings from the Facebook group and the Color Computer mailing list.

Question of the week:
Grant Leighty will bring us a question of the week occasionally for us to discuss.

TechTALK!
L. Curtis Boyle and David Ladd provide us with some more depth on technical discussions

CoreDUMP! Nick Marentes will host technical discussions about software development, and hopefully not only raise questions, but provide answers for our CoCo devs

Ron's Garage!
Ron Delvaux offers us a peek into the past by showing of his impressive retro computing collection, each week we'll see some new items and talk about them.

Why did They/Tandy do that?
We'll ask the hard hitting questions of why things were (or weren't) done that could have possibly changed the course of history (hey that sounds like a great premise for a series!)

Interviews, News, Reviews, and more!

CoCoTALK! is the nation's leading live talk show featuring the Tandy Color Computer.

Custom artwork designed by Instagram artist Joel M. Adams:
https://www.instagram.com/artistjoelmadams/

Custom CoCoTALK! and retro merchandise is available at:
http://8bit256.com

Consider becoming a patron of the show:
https://patreon.com/ogsteviestrow

 

February 18th, 2019    

Video Episode 96 - Game Dev TALK! and more!

Watch Now:

The latest episode of CoCoTALK! brings us game development TALK! and we heard from a veteran and new CoCo game maker.  Craig Stewart from Australia, neighbor of Nick Marentes talks about his CoCo 1/2/3 games he made over the years, the ones that earned him a little fame and fortune in AU were Pursuit and Space Marauder, both of which one contests in the Australian Color Computer magazine and were sold by Tandy Stores.

 

Paul Shoemaker talks about his latest CoCo Project Dungeon Crawl, inspired by TelenGuard and was available on a limited run of physical floppy disks complete with printed manual, and is also available as a digital download which can run on the CoCo SDC or emulator.

 

You can still get digital downloads from Paul if you email him at paulfe3@swbell.net

 

February 18th, 2019    

Episode 96 - Game Dev TALK!

The latest episode of CoCoTALK! brings us game development TALK! and we heard from a veteran and new CoCo game maker.  Craig Stewart from Australia, neighbor of Nick Marentes talks about his CoCo 1/2/3 games he made over the years, the ones that earned him a little fame and fortune in AU were Pursuit and Space Marauder, both of which one contests in the Australian Color Computer magazine and were sold by Tandy Stores.

 

Paul Shoemaker talks about his latest CoCo Project Dungeon Crawl, inspired by Telengaurd and was available on a limited run of physical floppy disks complete with printed manual, and is also available as a digital download which can run on the CoCo SDC or emulator.

 

You can still get digital downloads from Paul if you email him at paulfe3@swbell.net

 

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