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Video interview with Petro Tyschtschenko

Petro Tyschtschenko has been been working for Commodore/AMIGA longer than any other Commodore employee (1982-2001). Worked at Commodore as Director Internatinal Logistics and Materials and lateron as CEO. Also was CEO of Amiga lateron and did the deals with ESCOM and Gateway2000 regarding the AMIGA assets.

Posted by Nebulous on Jun 29, 2014 // Read more »


Video interview with Jeri Ellsworth

Jeri Ellsworth is a self-taught computer chip designer. She is best known for creating a Commodore 64 emulator within a joystick, in 2004, called C64 Direct-to-TV. and the ATX-motherboard C64 clone called "Commodore One".

Posted by Nebulous on Jan 16, 2014 // Read more »


Video interview with Ralph H. Baer

Ralph Baer is video game pioneer, inventor and engineer, known as "The Father of Video Games". He also received the National Medal of Technology for inventing the home console for video games and spawning the video game industry.

Posted by Nebulous on Jan 16, 2014 // Read more »


Video interview with Sven Voessing

Sven Voessing is pretty known for his Retro Hunter retro shows hunting old retro classics.

Posted by Nebulous on Aug 21, 2013 // Read more »


Video interview with Dave Haynie

Dave Haynie, former Commodore International chief engineer on high end and advanced projects. He is still quite vocal in the Amiga community.

Posted by Nebulous on Aug 21, 2013 // Read more »


Video interview with Oliver Lindau

Oliver Lindau. Commercial game graphician in the 90s, nowadays still winning 1st place prices in graphics competitons, shares his insights into the process of designing and turning visions into visible results.

Posted by Nebulous on Jan 04, 2013 // Read more »


Video interview with Jeroen Tel

Jeroen Tel is a video game musician since the 80s and still active today.

Posted by Nebulous on Aug 13, 2012 // Read more »


Video interview with Michael Tomczyk

Marketing manager of Commdore in the 80s. Co-invented the first analog modem, first real time online chat and marketed the first "home computers" for the masses.

Posted by Nebulous on Jul 29, 2012 // Read more »


Video interview with John Draper aka Captain Crunch

John Draper aka Captain Crunch perfectinized blueboxing in the 60s and 70s (= phone line hacking) and coded 'Easywriter', word processor program.

Posted by Nebulous on Mar 17, 2012 // Read more »