COMPUTER CHRONICLES REVISITED, PART 93 — THE LASERWRITER PLUS, LASERJET II, AND LASERLINE 6
Even as stock markets around the world crashed in October 1987, business owners could still take comfort in the fact that laser printers had finally broken the sub-$2,000 barrier.
CHRONICLES REVISITED PODCAST 7 — TWO PLANE CRASHES THAT CHANGED PC HISTORY
Zenith Data Systems (ZDS) was a company often featured on ‘Computer Chronicles’ for its innovative PC compatibles.
COMPUTER CHRONICLES REVISITED, PART 92 — HYPERCARD, FOCAL POINT, AND THE NATIONAL GALLERY OF ART LASERGUIDE
On August 11, 1987, Apple announced the release of HyperCard at the opening of the Boston Macworld Expo.
CHRONICLES REVISITED PODCAST 6 — OSBORNE'S LAST STAND
Adam Osborne made a name for himself in the 1970s as one of the first successful authors and publishers of computer books.
COMPUTER CHRONICLES REVISITED, PART 91 — TURBO PASCAL, ANIMATOR, PROKEY, AND THE NORTON UTILITIES 2.01
Before moving on to the fifth season of Computer Chronicles, let’s return to the earliest days of the program to discuss an episode that had been lost until recently.
CHRONICLES REVISITED PODCAST 5 — THE ATM FOR THE BROKERAGE INDUSTRY
A February 1986 Computer Chronicles episode featured a number of software (and hardware) products designed to help people use their personal computers to invest from home.
COMPUTER CHRONICLES REVISITED, PART 90 — COMPUTEX TAIPEI 1987 AND HSINCHU SCIENCE PARK
We close out the fourth season of Computer Chronicles with a visit to Taiwan.
COMPUTER CHRONICLES REVISITED, PART 89 — THE MACINTOSH SE AND THE MACINTOSH II
When you think about it, the original Apple Macintosh was a ridiculous computer.
CHRONICLES REVISITED PODCAST 4 — GROWN-UP GAMEWARE
“Sid Meier’s Pirates!” was famously the first game to bare the name of its legendary creator.
COMPUTER CHRONICLES REVISITED, PART 88 — DOUBLE HELIX, PFS PROFESSIONAL WRITE, AND R:BASE
Database managers often tested the limits of 1980s personal computers. For example, longtime Computer Chronicles contributor George Morrow faced an ongoing problem with the database he maintained to catalog his massive collection of 78 records.