Recorded 8th April 2018
This week… we have Mark Sealey the CEO of web development company MarkWorks. This is a man who has been involved with computers almost from the start – he’s written for the Financial Times, Guardian, Daily Telegraph and more. He’s been a contributor to MyMac, MacNN and ThinkSecret and been involved with RISC User, Archimedes World, Acorn Computing, Acorn User and MacFormat.
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On this week’s show:
- Sinclair ZX81
- BBC Micro
- Acorn Computers
- RISC OS
- Probably the best way to try RISC OS is to get the Raspberry Pi version from here
- Apple will reportedly ditch Intel chips in Macs as early as 2020 – The Verge
- HP Envy x2 ARM Windows 10 “Always Connected PC” available to preorder – The Verge
- AVID Sibelius
- SEE Finance
- Design Thinking
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Nemo’s Hardware Store (xx:xx)
- No Hardware Store this week as Nemo is taking a break and bracing himself for a big truckload of new goodies to be delivered ready for next week.
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