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I host a podcast about vintage computers called Floppy Days. I'm getting ready to cover the TI-99/4 & 4A computers and need someone to help with the history portion of the show. Someone who knows the history very well, having perhaps lived through much of it, or perhaps wrote about the history of the machine.


I've tried to contact Bill Gaskill (TI-99 Home Computer Timeline) and Ron Albright (author of The Orphan Chronicles and many other articles and books) but have had no luck so far.


1) does anyone know how to contact either Bill Gaskill or Ron Albright?

2) barring that, is there someone else intimately familiar with TI-99 history that would be willing to assist?




Randy Kindig

host Floppy Days Podcast floppydays.com


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