GeekFest 2015 | Recordings

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Below you find the five audio recordings of the GeekFest 2015 panels.

 

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Panel 1 | Digibarn | Noisebridge | TV B-gone

Speakers: Bruce Damer, Allan Lundell and Mitch Altman

Panel 2 | Apple ][ and Macintosh Development

Speakers: Andy Hertzfeld and Randy Wigginton

Panel 3 | Apple Com. Inc | TWX Hacking | NASA | Smart Homes

Speakers: Daniel Kottke, Cheshire Catalyst and Roy Nordblom

Panel 4 | First Software Pirates | ARPANET Hacking

Speakers: Dan Sokol and Roy Nordblom

Panel 5 | Homebrew Computer Club and Beyond

Speakers: Lee Felsenstein and Dan Sokol


Many thanks to Computerspielemuseum for providing the audio stream.

Our first Video is about Roy Kaylor, the special guest at our Apple ][ Developer Panel who even surprised me and John with his appearance. I asked John about Roy after the event and like to share this info with you. Roy is an electrical engineer and inventor. His US Patents are amazing. One such invention of his is the main power supply for the Voyager Space Shuttle. He’s incredibly intelligent, and incredibly eccentric. A soft-spoken, gentle man, he lives quietly with his long-term girlfriend Marlena on 153 acres of beautiful land filled with magnificent redwoods. And vehicles. And bicycles. And buses. Some dump trucks. Scrap metal. Abandoned electronics. But Roy has the mind of a creator and can see how any little thing can be turned into something useful or repurposed into the next great invention. And therein lies his problem. He’s been collecting these items for over 25 years.

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