We are talking to tech inventors, VIPs and inventors who formed the world as we know it today!
Paco Portalo is a computer games pioneer from Spain when he and his friends create the computer game "Bugaboo (The Flea)" in 1983 under "Indescomp". Originally done for the ZX Spectrum as this one was just released in UK.Quicksilva publishded the game.
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John Mack is the designer and graphic artist of the 1984 edutainment program "Operation:Frog" by Scholastic. It was the first of its kind in which you were tasked to either dissect or put together a frog. Learn all about this program and how it came to be
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we talk about how it was to work for Data Becker. A lot of stories to be heard of how it was to work for one of the biggest publishers in Germany and the first for computer books. We also talk about the expansion of Data Becker abroad like e.g. in UK
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John Romero is one of the most famous computer game designers, most known for his 3D Ego shooters like Doom, Wolfenstein 3D, Quake, and the jump'n'run series "Commander Keen". In this interview he talks about his history in the video game industry
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he is one of the early C64 programmers programming games like Space Taxi and Solo Flight 2nd Edition in the early 80s. Space Taxi especially celebrating a huge recognition by its unique gameplay and accurate physics at that time as well as digit. speech.
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Peter "Franky" Smets from Rastermania.be is an arcade collector and dealer through and through. In his talk with Joerg Droege from Sceneworld.org he talks about his experiences and WTF experiences on his tours through the warehouses of Europe.
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Mike Clarke is a famous composer who former worked for Psygnosis. Among his most known works are the musics for Last Ninja 2 on the Amiga or e.g. Lemmings 2 on the SNES. He speaks about his experience of doing "a little bit of everything" as a composer
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We talk to Christian Spanik & Hannes Ruegheimer about pioneering in the journalistic IT field. This time talking about user courses and Hannes imself and his involvement.
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john Cioffi is the inventor of the DSL technology, he and his team invented what lead to broadband internet all over the world. He talks about the big challenge of getting signals and so high bandwidth over the telephone copper wire.
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How it was to pioneer in German web.TV. We talk to Christian Spanik about pioneering in web TV (Chip.TV, Sony Vaio.TV, etc) in Germany's 90s
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