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This podcast features productivity software for the Atari 8 bit home computers.

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The part of Atari people forgot….

Once upon a time, there were Atari games. Atari games in arcades. Atari games on 2600s, 5200s and 7800s. There were also Atari home computers that had games written for them. But there were also many productivity utilities and applications written for these venerable computers so closely associated with video games. In this podcast, Wade Ripkowski takes a good look at these mostly forgotten tools, weighing their utility in the period of their origin and seeing how they stack up against other contemporary software. It’s a very useful retrospective on a much-neglected sector of the history of Atari’s home computers.

Forgotten software

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The best of the Atari 8-bit podcasts for vintage productivity software history and reviews.

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  • Category: Games & Hobbies
  • Language: English

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