In general, the variables in question e. We use similar stations in our physical chemistry lab- oratory, where more sophisticated curve-fitting routines are included.
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I mean the most obvious one is to use a pH meter to do acid-base titrations. Can't Quit first appeared in the summer APX catalog. It was the only program published by this John Harris — although he has the same name as the John Harris who created Jawbreaker whom I previously interviewed. This interview took place on July 5, His other products included DiskScan, a floppy disk utility; Supermon, the predecessor to Omnimon; Omnicom, a terminal program; and Omniview, an 80 column E: handler.
This interview took place on June 11, In it, we discuss Wes Newell, whom I previously interviewed. I looked at it really hard. And I thought, 'You know, I really should develop products for this guy. This interview took place on June 5, This interview took place on May 21, They said it wasn't possible to do it. Draper Pascal started as a commercial program sold directly though advertisements in computer magazines, then later became shareware.
This interview took place on July 3, There were a few. I didn't have to pay out that much money at all, really. She also appeared in many TV commercials. She did a second spot for Atari home computers, and was featured on Atari's in-store point-of-purchase laserdisc. In the commercial, Brooke played the part of a mom who is teased by her teenage daughter for not knowing the states and capitals. By the end of the commercial, having learned from her Atari computer, she can quickly and correctly name the capitals.
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He designed Atari's "Touch Me" handheld electronic game. He also wrote three programs that were published by Atari Program Exchange: Avalanche, an adaption of the coin-op game which he also created; and the text adventure games Chinese Puzzle and Sultan's Palace.
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There, he was perhaps best known for creating "Atlantis" for the Atari which we don't actually talk about in this interview. This interview took place on May 15, And we wanted to show technological tricks that we figured the Activision guys hadn't seen before.
I don't know if they felt that rivalry toward us at that point, but it became a rivalry a little later, it really did. This interview took place on April 14, The conversation went in amazing and unexpected directions.
Melt-Down was first available in the winter APX catalog. Moon Marauder was first available in the fall APX catalog, where it won third prize in the consumer category.
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Apparently the American Nuclear Society took offense to it. He wrote the book with his wife and writing partner, Marian Lorenz. She passed away in The two also wrote many articles for Antic and A. Computing magazines. Their articles included many about display list interrupts and vertical blank interrupts, and pretty mathematical graphics routines. This interview took place on May 12, Sometimes I would have an idea and would sketch something out. Other times Marian would have an idea. Happy 5-Year Anniversary to us! These beginners manuals were part of the Academy on Computers, a self-directed learning activity based on "Bits and Bytes", a television program produced by the TVOntario network.
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This interview took place on May 10, Mike has uploaded the software, source code, and screenshots to the Internet Archive, and placed it in the public domain. This interview took place on April 26, Musical Pilot first appeared in the fall APX catalog, where it was awarded third prize in the Learning category. There he programmed the game UpN Down for the Atari 8-bit computers. This interview took place on April 20, This time, I got to talk with Yoon Park. In , Atari formed a Youth Advisory Board, selecting teenagers from around the United States to share their opinions about computers and video games, test software, and promote Atari's computers at events.
The group consisted of kids aged 14 through 18, including Yoon.
Before these interviews, I like to read from an old newspaper or magazine article that mentioned or quoted the Youth Advisory Board member, to give a sense of who that person was then before we hear from them today. All I can guess about Yoon of was that he was shy. Of the twenty Youth Advisory Board members, Yoon was never quoted or mentioned in the articles that I could find.
This interview took place on May 17, If you're just joining us: In , Atari formed a Youth Advisory Board, selecting 20 kids, aged 14 though 18, from around the U. This is an interview with Musa Mustafa, who was one of those kids. This year, they're helping him make a movie about the Olympics. A combination of computer animation and film, the endeavor will 'open a new category' in the Los Angeles International Film Exposition this spring, he says. In it, we discuss Ted Kahn, whom I previously interviewed. Robert Allbritton was one of the 20 kids who, in , were accepted into the Youth Advisory Board, a group of teenagers who were able to take a trip to Atari's headquarters in California, enjoy free XL computers, and he even got to work at Atari's booth at the Consumer Electronics Show.
Robert was, and still is, friends with John Dickerson, another Youth Advisory Board member, whom I previously interviewed. This interview took place on April 24, Interview with John Dickerson. A quick recap: In , Atari formed a Youth Advisory Board, selecting 20 teenagers from around the United States to share their opinions about computers and video games, test software, and promote Atari's computers at events.
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The group consisted of kids aged 14 through 18, mostly regular kids, some computer geeks, and a couple of celebrities. This interview is with John Dickerson, who was one of the computer geeks. We'll bring them a lot closer. If you were a member of the Atari Youth Advisory board, I'd love to hear from you: email antic ataripodcast. In , Atari invited 20 kids, aged , to be on its new Youth Advisory Board. Atari was looking for well-rounded, computer-literate kids, with equal representation of sexes and a mix of ethnic groups.
Anneke Wyman now Anneke Wyman de Boer was one of those kids. A wire service article about the Youth Advisory Board, by Kathy Holub, ran in several newspapers around March 25, On Sunday, year-old Anneke Wyman of New York flew to San Francisco on a prepaid plane ticket to dine out on pizza and attend her first corporate board meeting.
A few weeks later, they told me I was in. Now I'm sort of nervous. The 20 young board members are expected to keep Atari in touch with its market. Her career? A video version of this interview is also available. In , Atari formed a Youth Advisory Board, selecting 20 teenagers from around the United States to share their opinions, test new software, and promote Atari's computers at trade shows. The group consisted primarily of regular kids - some computer geeks, but most well-rounded teenagers.
The group also included a couple of celebrities: Todd Bridges, the actor who played Willis in the sitcom Diff'rent Strokes; and Matthew Labyorteaux, the actor who played Albert on the show Little House on the Prairie, then Richie Adler on the adventure show Whiz Kids.
Was Atari genuinely doing in-depth market research into the opinions of teenagers? Or was the Youth Advisory Board a publicity stunt? Maybe it was a little of both. Either way, the idea is fascinating, and I wanted to ask the board members to share their memories of that time.