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This month on Open Apple, we sit down with Jason Scott, documentary filmmaker, historian, public speaker, and archivist.
We talk about the importance of a nuanced appreciation of history, the flavors of sadness in comment threads, whom not to trust with special data and the nature of humanity, and failing at life.
Don’t miss Mike Hate Sponge Delicate Snowflake Maginnis’s sigh to end all sighs. Join us to learn how to take care of your capacitors, how to count your cycles, and how to do TCP/IP on your 8-bit Apple II.
Want to troll your cable company, accelerate your IIe, or play Bomberman on your GS? Tune in and find out how! More information on everything discussed in this episode after the jump.Continue reading “Open Apple #47 (May 2015) : Jason Scott, Kaboom!, Infocom Secrets”