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You Don't Know Flack

By Rob O'Hara

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Description

Stories about old games, old computers, and technology, from a guy who was there, and still is.

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Flack - Get to Know Him

YOU DON'T KNOW FLACK is a podcast that lives and dwells in some of the arcane technology of years ago. Rob O'Hara (your host) spins yarns artfully blended with facts and little known minutia about such topics as copying diskettes, obscure computer outdrives, and situations that simply no longer exist because of huge leaps in technology. O'Hara looks back with fondness, but he doesn't add the extra sugar that can be so prevalent with shows that look back at our collective cultural past.

You should definitely give it a try - it's really well done. Start at the beginning, but cut Flack some slack on the tonal qualities. He's got a nice new microphone by about the 4th or 5th podcast.

Don't Know Flack? You Will!

Rob "Flack" O'Hara does a fantastic job of relating personal stories and anecdotes that makes you feel like you've known him your whole life. The subject matter of his podcasts range from the early days of computing and Photon to how one should prepare themselves on starting an arcade collection. Good stuff.

You may not know Flack yet but you will.

Excellent Podcast

If you are interested in '80s era gaming, computers that sort of geeky thing you should give this a shot. Rob seems like an interesting guy and his podcast is basically him telling stories of the 'old days', which could be a disaster, but he manages it easily with a smooth delivery and presentation. I grew up in that era but really on the fringe of the scene he tells about but this still quickly became one of my favorite podcasts, mostly due to Rob's ability to keep me entertained. Keep up the good work!

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