The Ultimate Commodore 64 Talk: Video Recording

Link: 25C3: The Ultimate Commodore 64 Talk

Thanks to F!XMBR for providing the flash video.

Additionally, here are a few links to the video recording of the talk:

Bittorrent (OGG), Mirror 1 (OGG), Mirror 1 (WMV), Mirror 2 (OGG), Mirror 2 (WMV), Mirror 3 (OGG), Mirror 3 (WMV), Mirror 4 (OGG), Mirror 4 (WMV), Mirror 5 (OGG)

The OGG version seems to be in better quality. I’ll post new links as soon as the talk is available in a standards-compliant version (MPEG-4).

P.S.: If you enjoyed this, you might also like my “Reverse Engineering the MOS 6502 CPU” talk.

19 thoughts on “The Ultimate Commodore 64 Talk: Video Recording

  1. Darkstar

    Great Talk! Some interesting things in there which I didn’t know about (and I have a long history with the C64), and finally a detailled introduction to the FLI mode.

    I, too, hope to see some similar in-depth introductions to other systems like the Amiga, Atari or even the IBM PC next year. Although I do think that I know a lot about the PC at least, your talk showed me that there’s always many new things to learn.

    -Michael

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  7. Frek

    Very interesting speech, brings back alot of memories of both my childhood and what got me started with computers.

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