The merging of two technologies can sometimes create something wonderful, in this case it is dot matrix printer the size of a pickup truck, that you can drive and print messages as you go. Could this be the future of road signage? What is the first easter egg in a game that you remember finding? Can you use an Apple II to control a V8? You can if the V8 is made of Lego.
All this plus the usual nonsense and the Community Question Of The Week.
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00:00 - Show Opening
A500 Mini Housekeeping Link: https://gamingretro.co.uk
09:09 - Trucking Printers
Story Link: https://hackaday.com
29:50 - The Ultimate Easter Egg
Story Link: https://ultimacodex.com
Additional Link 1: https://wiki.ultimacodex.com
Additional Link 2: http://web.archive.org
44:10 - V8 Apple II
Story Link: https://www.thedrive.com
Full Video Link: https://www.youtube.com
56:13 - Community Question of the Week
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This Week in Retro is a weekly roundup of the hottest stories from the world of retro gaming and computing, voted on by you, the listener! Hosted by Neil from RMC, Chris from 005 AGIMA and Dave. Edited by Duncan Styles.
Parts of "Lego Chevy 454 V-8 Engine - Part 1" courtesy of TechnicallyEvan
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