Doing something a little different this week in ATARI BYTES episode 279. Setting aside the games (Wait! Come back!) to share some thoughts I had while working a booth at a recent convention to promote the show and my books. In short, I noticed Atari did not have a huge presence, nor indeed did very much from before the 1980s. What gives? Could it be Atari is TOO OLD to be pop culture anymore?
Whoa. Let's talk about it.
We'll also read entries from the Pac-Man-story-t-shirt-giveaway I did at that con.
This week's short story: Bad Poetry Corner: ONE GROUP, MANY FANDOMS
Thanks to Kevin McLeod at Incompetech.com for creative commons use of "Take a Chance", "Pinball Spring" and "Reformat".
Thanks to Sean Courtney for the Storytime and Jason Sez Stuff themes.
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