[vcf-midatlantic] List of Vintage Computer Streamers and Podcasters

Jeff S jsalzman at gmail.com
Fri May 20 18:30:32 UTC 2022

All I know about this list is... I don't need to stream the technologically
surrealistic NCIS series to pass the time anymore. 😁

I can listen to all these real life technology streams now.

On Fri, May 20, 2022, 1:39 PM Jeffrey Brace via vcf-midatlantic <
vcf-midatlantic at lists.vcfed.org> wrote:

> As Jim Brain said, it was my intention to be personally informed to all the
> different podcasters, streams, etc. in the vintage computing world and
> related hobbies. I know about a few of them, but not all of them and
> certainly not all that I want to know about. The easiest and fastest way
> for me is to ask others on this list what they know and recommend. I am
> ignorant of the many sites and continuously forget some and don't know
> about others. It is helpful for me to make a reference list that I can look
> at then trying to find something or someone. I want to start exploring
> these different places to see who they are, what they are talking about and
> keep updated on what they say and do. As part of the general universe of
> vintage computing I would like to stay informed, entertained and educated.
> It could also help others to know about some channels that they never heard
> of or didn't know about.
> A more specific reason is to possibly invite some of them to our show. I
> want to evaluate them and the best way to start is to make a list of ones
> that others know about. Then I will to see what they are all about, whether
> they are relevant and current in the vintage computing world, etc. I have
> an idea that I'm exploring for VCF East 2023 and want to do my research
> before committing to this idea.

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