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"andrew fisher" Discussed on Scene World – The C64 NTSC/PAL Disk Magazine – Podcast

Scene World – The C64 NTSC/PAL Disk Magazine – Podcast

03:42 min | 11 months ago

"andrew fisher" Discussed on Scene World – The C64 NTSC/PAL Disk Magazine – Podcast

"I had a couple of star printers. Well i bought. I bought start elsie tan secondhand and it came. It was broken in the post knowing to me. It was broken but then i was writing for the magazine's the the one that did a lot of the printing out to send stuff and arthur goes into the magazines storrow c. two hundred brand new. Wow first printer was was a blue chip d ten. Twelve daisy wheel printer. That was cool. Such a disappointment. Such a horrible. Wait a minute. But but i ended up coding or programming a little program that would allow me to print out graphics by just using the period. I walk out so many so many daisy wheel discs by repeatedly hitting that period at to make a really rudimentary dot matrix printer. A see. that's the that's the spirit of experimentation. that keeps you keeps things going. Isn't it you try to print out a full page graphic. You're sitting there for about three hours. Poten- tata. I saw something really cool on the web the other day someone is put up a page. Allows you to simulate the printshop on an apple. Two nice and so you can go in. You can type in the tax you can choose your graphics us all the options that are in the original program looks exactly on screen. It looks exactly the original programming the end. Pdf out print awesome you banners and you post cards in the classic princess cool. I actually still use the print shop or fear regularly with this. I've got an mcse to three print on us on it's under country books off the eight over one. Yes right right. Oh it's almost exactly the same as the we've got a christmas bath one but man and it was not only one person was like three people you know going down the rapid to- making it worse and i i will say this on on the subject of getting things right. This is one thing. The e book of original book is going to allow me to do. Yes yeah free pages. This free pages. I'm not happy with okay. Okay well then after. Admit another expert enough to not to not. I didn't not it's it. This is thing. It's it's because i've actually met one one of the people involved. I interviewed one of the others. So i know the facts direction. The people themselves drawer line under its corrected in the book. Ooh and yes. So that's being that's being proof-read at the moment so walsum so people should get that as well if they have the original book got it as an actual thing you said. Get the pdf i get the pdf. We're making some some some slight tweaks to the design as well so that means you have to sell me a lot of links this conversation. Sp spoke to so much thing. We have gone through the prince. Charles finch show relation book. Page your al up yet. Better starts in the works. Well when we're gonna leave us. Yeah the book..

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"andrew fisher" Discussed on Scene World – The C64 NTSC/PAL Disk Magazine – Podcast

Scene World – The C64 NTSC/PAL Disk Magazine – Podcast

03:53 min | 11 months ago

"andrew fisher" Discussed on Scene World – The C64 NTSC/PAL Disk Magazine – Podcast

"Brackets. And i've got some great feedback on that one so so it worked interesting. I remember vico to interview because a christian line back at beck at the at the day he was master and td to interview for his nintendo publication himself. Before so i was like hey you have been interviewed by team member before work and be interviewed for our podcast and sing. It was one of the earliest ones yearly. Yeah yeah yeah and you felt as well so a couple of interviews as well. I mean i did. John f. coach for space taxi. I got thanks to you passing on an email. So right yeah. Some people are very difficult to get hold on anyway anyway showers. Martinez was pretty easy because he wrote like within a day or something. Sure can do each of you. The problem boss getting the time to do it number. He was number six and he actually cut his his. He was at a convention. He cut it short to come talk to us right. Left a really yeah no. It's quite funny. I've made a mistake when i was scheduled the interview with charles. I put down thursday. The twenty six when i meant friday the twenty six. So i'm saying on skype. The time we've agreed on on the thursday and a message on. I ready and said what we were doing this tomorrow. Oh how. I got the date wrong. He said yeah it's tomorrow. I'm in the vatican the vatican day that was lucky timing promotional tour so mashed up and less of a time difference to to talk to him. So but here's the thing. Here's the thing i remember one question asked like. Don't you hear often that playing video games makes lonely. And then he was saying like no. Why should make it lonely and social. I mean you have. We have a cost plan. All that stuff and it's united people because they all have the same happy and stuff and andy year and a day later on that same convention because it wasn't denmark it was a couple of days he's at like independent he said like you know. Yesterday i was asked the interview. If i don't think that this video game happy makes and social. It was like he picked up the interview questions from our podcast and he remembered voted. The question the next day the pan and it's on youtube and was feeling so proud. Nice that's the thing if you know if you're talking about video games as a hobby. The stereotype of the person on their own. I don't think is true anymore. Not you're not on your own as a gamer. So much gaming is online you're communicating with. The game is so much of the culture around gaming is online or meeting in real person at conventions an event not current situation. Either still virtual stuff like you know exactly. Yeah the big events of you have how virtual i know that. I know some are planning to go back to to live events later this year this year. Still going to be game still going to be. Virtually you should join us for games come this year. We'll have to. We'll have to see if i can find some time to do that. Yeah absolutely because you'd be awesome..

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"andrew fisher" Discussed on Scene World – The C64 NTSC/PAL Disk Magazine – Podcast

Scene World – The C64 NTSC/PAL Disk Magazine – Podcast

04:25 min | 11 months ago

"andrew fisher" Discussed on Scene World – The C64 NTSC/PAL Disk Magazine – Podcast

"And the full-size. Oh are good enough. Right pretty accurate. It's it's when you get down to some more unusual games or some of the more demanding games you're more likely to notice. Yeah that's not. Why right but it's using the clue anto ambulance. Yes using forever sixty-four because they even have the prance and the logos under box. I noticed its license through because client owed license the wrong. So yeah yeah. I've heard some people talking about. They want a an api to actually get into the guts of the actual machine because they would like to try to program things for whatever the actual hardware of the sixty four. Yeah that's pretty much. The same happened with a d. tv. For a couple of years there was a a ready big seen in terms of hacking hacking the and actually getting demos and other games to run on it so yeah so yeah we would be interesting if you could unlock some of that extra processes speed in there. Yeah right yeah. Put it like a super cpu mode and something you know the that might come eventually if you know. The super cpu is something that suffered from. Lack of is an awesome. Yeah i to play test drive in certain ways. The super cpu. I feel was more popular in the us amongst people. That 'cause here we had a like a lot of people in the. Us were diehards where they were going to use this machine until it will drive until the wheels fall off kind of thing you know. It's they were. They were dead set against using anything else and you had a lot of the. Us users were geos users. In which super cpu comes in handy with the g. us because it's yeah because it really speeds things up i mean just i mean just a one. Twenty eight version of geos is a thousand times better than the sixty four version makes it so much more usable you know just having eighty columns yeah just two megahertz processor and whatnot and burst mode. If you've got those drives And that's where i feel like the most use was from was from older people that have been using this machine for over long and were dead set on a continuing to use it and i you know i feel like there's there is a shortage you know. We don't we don't know exactly how many supersede views were sold. And i feel like there's so many supersede views like in someone's attic from like you know like a family member that passed away because it largely older older gentlemen they use these machines and like like if we could track down all these estate sales or this stuff was being sold. The announcement know because that's where they all are. Well i mean. I mean jober that became famous commander king infamous there. Yeah who who who actually had an our guest list but then be found out. More and more people are saying that he's actually taken devise in for repair but instead of repairing them using them to to make clone devices selling them on ebay he makes the the It's like the fire drive there. It's a it's a you know. The thunder dragon fired yes. Amd and there's also a Lt colonel clone called I can't remember what it's called. But it's something something ironic. And what. I what i what i understand is if you deal with invite ebay if you buy one of things like like the products are good. But apparently there is some controversy about like people sending things in and he's hanging onto it to try to richer engineer or uses parts from from machines that he's fixed to fix other machines So i don't. I don't know exactly what You know again. You know if you deal with ebay. You're fine but i..

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"andrew fisher" Discussed on Scene World – The C64 NTSC/PAL Disk Magazine – Podcast

Scene World – The C64 NTSC/PAL Disk Magazine – Podcast

05:50 min | 11 months ago

"andrew fisher" Discussed on Scene World – The C64 NTSC/PAL Disk Magazine – Podcast

"Five stuff. It's just wherever enough isn't gonna go back into as you say the infrastructure. Yeah i mean. I mean i mean history repeating there because we had too few episodes. We had jerry elsewhere into interview. Who did duty. And she said she received hate messages and stops among among those also message from vice team. Say like you're not. Tv is not a real sixty four never supported and stuff and nowadays. There's the team saying the vice team saying it's not a real sixty four as they go through emulator for other machines right and now nowadays there is a d. tv version of mice. Yeah i think the release. I think i could understand some of the well not not. I don't understand the hatred towards. I understand some of the antipathy towards the d. Tv in what it represents because it was a toy sold through toy vision channels from a toy company. Yes so in a lot of ways. It wasn't a series product. But then if you look underneath if you look under right if you'll pardon the expression jerry the connections on the board so you could wire in a keyboard and extra storage and they sort of thing. So it was. It was neither one thing. Or the other in the end. Whereas the full-size sixty four and and increasingly the c sixty four mini with the firmware updates. That roger games ltd abroad forward. It's more and more practical right latian. It's a great way to just quickly ply wherever that's an old game. You remember back in the day whether that's a new game. They've added to the carousel. Whether that's something you've gone on a site like ichitaro the digital download wackle. Usb drive stick in the sixty four. You're playing the game here in that way. That's very different to what the tv was because it's the standalone unit standalone toy. Yeah that that. I wave of commented on a video the other day about One of these some of the some of the modern plug and play consoles..

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"andrew fisher" Discussed on Scene World – The C64 NTSC/PAL Disk Magazine – Podcast

Scene World – The C64 NTSC/PAL Disk Magazine – Podcast

03:55 min | 11 months ago

"andrew fisher" Discussed on Scene World – The C64 NTSC/PAL Disk Magazine – Podcast

"Youtube when twenty years old river select. Yeah and by the way this nass and yeah okay realize what the what the snares until like this big thing like who calls it. The sneh's your humor. Americans say any ass when original Fabulous as well in in europe. Because the way you pronounce vowels and all the people who would cool that ness right. So that's why it's an supineness. Yeah makes sense. So yes. I mean it was a referred to you. I've got quite a large collection about twenty different consoles and computers. Somewhere around around ten thousand games now. Wow wow yeah. I know when i knew you were saying. Three thousand is close to ten thousand with themselves. And that sort of thing i've got. I've got little collection now. The the the recent many consoles got the d. tv when nazi six forty tv. When i came out two thousand five six four mini this seeks full-size. Got there not long. Got the core graphics mini so graphic sixteen in the state so that was an ice christmas. I got last christmas. And you're gonna get the mega sixty five when it comes out. I'm torn at the moment. Just just just a kofi page try fund our youtube to get new stuff my youtube and the goal the stretch gala on that at the moment is to get an ultimate sixty four eight So i think that's going to go forth i i. I was really tempted when they put up the first round. Developable to the mega sixty five. Three hundred euros. I think the eight hundred years eight hundred six hundred pound maybe more time but it was. It was it was saw tempting is just the time factor to really really pushed into it whereas if i got the ultimate sixty four you see because i'm doing things like the game testing and music and not. I'm going to get more use out of that. Yeah we love the mega sixty five down the line because potential. Yeah yeah so much potential and it's like one of those things where like i'm torn about it too because it's like there's can do so much and yet there's no ecosystem for it at all like there's no software for us. You are torn. We interviewed those guys. I don't know. I love the machine. And i totally want a machine but it's one of those things where it's like. There's there's no software waiting for it needs to be a base of software to make it useful machine. Won't they need to do. They need to look at what's been happening with spectrum. Next which is the next generation of the sinclair machines pretty quickly. They've obviously funded. The second run of boards saying production on now on kickstarter in the last year unfortunately the current global situation and supplies. That media delayed quite a bit fortunate. Having the same. Could happen to mega sixty five. And that goes into production could be quite substantial delay to that coming once they finalized specs. And that's think dot that does then give people time to talk to the existing publishes out there saying you. Are you doing make sixty five label. Would you be doing. And there's going to be the support. Their sites like you can find lots of great sixty four download. I'm here the digital.

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"andrew fisher" Discussed on Scene World – The C64 NTSC/PAL Disk Magazine – Podcast

Scene World – The C64 NTSC/PAL Disk Magazine – Podcast

04:43 min | 11 months ago

"andrew fisher" Discussed on Scene World – The C64 NTSC/PAL Disk Magazine – Podcast

"Exactly massimo courage. Yanni pirlo besser. Yeah now there's been a it's been a fascinating read on lemon sixty four form recently about italian software and particularly about the fact that so much of the software sold in italy was was pirated. Basically this just rejigged altered versions of commercial games from other countries. I found that interesting myself. And that's again you see this is. This is where we're talking about the scene world while the the scene was very different in very different countries. You take you take. I mean going back to the history of commodore in the mid eighties. Machines like the plus four and the c sixteen commodore dumped a lot of that inventory in eastern europe so countries like hungary had a huge seen around the poss fall. That didn't that didn't happen. Say in in italy off ramps and again in poland. There was a huge falling. For the atari machines. Atari dumped hundreds of thousands of eight bits in the mid eighty in poland. Those those guys became royal atari uses upgraded to the t. So you got all these polish groups making wonderful demos on. You got the french the french who stuck with commodore and they're on the amiga even in even in places like the like the uk you know. The the c sixteen in the plus four c sixteen in particular had a way more foothold than it got like in the us because there was a direct competitor to the zeks something spectrum. Because that was they were closer inspects. Yeah the two of those six eighty four one nine the main thing with the with the six closer in price the trim as well so the parents are going into the shop and trying to buy a new computer for their for their kate in eighty four eighty five sixty four eighty two hundred pounds then look at the c sixteen which has been just been slashed one thousand nine the sixteen right in the spectrum.

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"andrew fisher" Discussed on Scene World – The C64 NTSC/PAL Disk Magazine – Podcast

Scene World – The C64 NTSC/PAL Disk Magazine – Podcast

04:21 min | 11 months ago

"andrew fisher" Discussed on Scene World – The C64 NTSC/PAL Disk Magazine – Podcast

"Because that tweeting about the same topic and so yeah got quickly got quite following on twitter. Free thousand now here Yeah so that's quite good and yeah so it's been interesting that one. I've actually managed to get in touch quite a few people through twitter of one twitter competitions as well. Which is you win some. Yeah yeah so you know to do. Try and keep that on. Updated regulars stuff arrives as i do. You knew stuff you know. You know what i say. You're you're a brand of your own kind of i mean it's it's it's the truth because there is what you do is seaworld. But you're also like you know when people talk about andrew fisher. They just know who that is you know. He's a you know a guy within sixty four senior fat books you've had you know all these different magazines you worked for so it's like you say the name and people know who your personality unto yourself. You know it's not like when people think of your you know your is tied to seen world. That's kind of what i'm just saying. There's nothing wrong with that. And you're saying that's what you know that's what you're connected to. Quite flattering mark hardesty. He wrote the book. Granted works looking at gremlin graphics. Which is amazing book. I believe there's a reprint coming up from bit macbook soon. Yeah he He he me. The retro gaming girl on twitter great riches robert cool. Yeah if i do see a question Or dear member or what was the game. I do try and put in a reply in my hit. Rate's pretty good on that. Yes yes seen as an expert on video games. You know another string to my bow has been the various retro events in the uk also been leading the panel discussions and interviewing people and that is a lot of fun to do as funded researching and talking to them at the events and getting the chance to meet people whose games i love to play myself is just such an honor. I mean i remember the first back in time lies then i went to in two thousand and two others just all of everyone there. I was so shy. I just couldn't speak to anyone. I saw jeff. Minter of lama soft i could. I could go up and talk to. I mean i did talk to john. Herron richard bitch joseph of that first show and i would great people carmela the programmer. A teenage mutant hero titles and people on the sixty four great guy. The hero turtles in england to here in england renamed here because of that yes so germany to everybody else. It's called ninja and the us turtles and ninja and they renamed here. Okay the same but any strange thing was than when the the first of the live action films came out that was then teenage mutant ninja turtles. Oh a that's tunes and the kit. Yeah yeah yeah debate instead be or is my video frozen kind. That's just you know best me. That's good but yes interesting but yeah so yes meeting those guys in recent years fantastic opportunity at a couple of years ago to go and meet andrew braybrook programmer of uranium empower. Droid just touchy. Go to his house. And he was there to With that with chris wilkins of fusion retro books. Who did the zappa annuals in recent years and is now the news magazine because sap is back in a big way yes well. We're on tissue free. We're working on issue free right now. Okay yeah well come. And pats was always coming like an issue like every couple of months or years originally originally back in the eighties and nineties a monthly magazine. And then as i say. Chris wilkins the the free annuals. So two.

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"andrew fisher" Discussed on Scene World – The C64 NTSC/PAL Disk Magazine – Podcast

Scene World – The C64 NTSC/PAL Disk Magazine – Podcast

04:26 min | 11 months ago

"andrew fisher" Discussed on Scene World – The C64 NTSC/PAL Disk Magazine – Podcast

"Downhill at that point leading up to my diagnosis in two thousand nine crohn's disease but yeah i mean it was never a case of. I wanted to walk away from it completely. I felt bicker. Always do something with it. I mean i'm glad you know why it hang around because now we got these new avenues. The podcast the youtube which having a such a great things. Add to it. Because it's taking us out too wide audience. It's taking us into lots of different topics in areas related to the city. Sixty four in retro gaming. That we're all interested in. I think that's you in a way. Perhaps we needed that. Downtime that breakaway to find you know to find the new purpose again to find find that mojo. They say yes. I say if you'd like to call it the new era of seen wells. Well i mean you're responsible for that as well because this surprised me in may twenty ten. When i was at your house and i woke up. You actually were sitting in front of a computer like oh by the way pulled out the heart cry from an old laptop and i got all the texts together. We got we got. We got an intro by ganesh from hungary that we can use so we can all put it together and release it and then the defeat peg on be so positive that asked like hey guys do we want to continue and then which simply did say that was. That was perfect timing. Really first time. We'd met in person and you came to england for visit and that was a lot of fun to do and writing the editorial live my house. So yeah so yeah. Glad you got the visit. Glad we got the chance to put saying well back on the map actually. There is a photo that moment. Yes there is right here. I was actually asked if if we can. If we can take a photo for this floppy these floppy disk book. I told you about it by the dutch and portuguese researchers that interviewed us but floppies and they were actually asking if we have photo very unseen boroughs nine. The only photo i can think of is this particular photos i i would. I would tell them that. I would ask you if you are a cave. When we've been ascended to them you can use it. The rooms of mass. But you can use. That room is still a mess because at the most of my most of my computer collection is is still sitting in that room. That's that's that's five miles away from it in the moment. Because since i got married since i got married and moved in with my wife. I'm sort of my. My collection is in another castle thing. But you're working on moving over the collection not not in the foreseeable future because this is a really small house got room for air. I see room at the moment is a huge part just to my right. There's a huge pile of books about five. Miles is not not not that far away. we're looking to move into a bigger place. Yeah been better than. I'll have an office space and iceman k. Paps yes yeah talking about. Which i remember the first time. Aj sawyer. twitter h. As comment was like oh enter is a random himself. Follow versi has yeah seriously. Yeah yeah do. Quite quite quickly on twitter Obviously because there's quite a few contacts ads through retro gamer magazine which open into free so instantly when owen on it suggesting oh follow this person because you know them..

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"andrew fisher" Discussed on Scene World – The C64 NTSC/PAL Disk Magazine – Podcast

Scene World – The C64 NTSC/PAL Disk Magazine – Podcast

04:06 min | 11 months ago

"andrew fisher" Discussed on Scene World – The C64 NTSC/PAL Disk Magazine – Podcast

"Zaps it and capture. So that's that's a fun one of the recording that upon my youtube channel. So that one awesome. Yeah i mean you are very creative. I mean i mean this is actually. You came into hand working for senior because and but of your first task was actually learning how to enter. See fix yes and pas. Also called a downstream chambers. Actually taught you how to do that. Yes yes he gave me some out with. That gave me some retains. And when i say tricks yeah which is interesting because back then twenty. Twenty one years ago. Nobody gave dom americans multi wait too. I mean i mean i mean. Everybody told me even those people who were famous than even ask. They all told me it's in vain. Don't even invest the time in it. Well i mean. I remember when i got of when i first got my saw discs of public. Pd software fru from from binary zone here in the uk. And i was looking through some demos. And there's one or two. And i remember one particularly the frost demo by ash day which plays the music from frost by rob hubbard with the animated band and actually asked before you start. Are you a yankee slash. If you type yes. It skips the first part of the demo and go straight into the concept. The reason being a sprite scholar that goes right across the the top borders and the timing doesn't work properly on ntsb machines so that's always stuck with me. There was this very sort of separate seen in america..

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"andrew fisher" Discussed on Scene World – The C64 NTSC/PAL Disk Magazine – Podcast

Scene World – The C64 NTSC/PAL Disk Magazine – Podcast

05:42 min | 11 months ago

"andrew fisher" Discussed on Scene World – The C64 NTSC/PAL Disk Magazine – Podcast

"In the final article. Unfortunately one of them's corrupted another one. The caliban balances completely wrong. So it was brave experiment so yeah so many issue sixty one former arrived no warning whatsoever clothing yet again this year so then i spent the next few years basically writing for fanzines and disk magazines. Cuddle seen in the uk kado zone came along a few years later but a lot of my time then in the nineties Because my problems with my health back then still have problems with my health which affects how much can work Yet so i spent time in the ninety s. Then first of all transcribing sheet music into starting off review music and then dutch. Usa teams music assembler dunford the fun of it didn't ridi envisage spreading it sending off to people but then worn pilkington. Who's done a lot of work with the high voltage. Sid collection said to me. Why didn't you give it a go. Try and write some original soft tries to miriam cheats. He sent me. Some presets started dabbling and star. Dumont signed enjoying doing that sort of sitting down. Spend a couple of hours composing choon and of course you got you and you think well put in a little demo or something so did a series of demos the the music are transcribed so bam's like blur the police. The beatles came friends. who another car. Sixty four fan danny. Todd he'd done a music menu and An i'll q. Loda suited load in one june while another one was playing and so i think it around with his code work to do my new. So the next guy sent out a menu with twenty-five tunes on and you can scroll through the list and pick him up and so yes that's the thing and then another very good friend of mine wayne moseley the art ravers. He does a lot graphic stuff He sent me low to his coptic cartoon..

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"andrew fisher" Discussed on Scene World – The C64 NTSC/PAL Disk Magazine – Podcast

Scene World – The C64 NTSC/PAL Disk Magazine – Podcast

05:25 min | 11 months ago

"andrew fisher" Discussed on Scene World – The C64 NTSC/PAL Disk Magazine – Podcast

"That's an internal joke. Yes yes for people who don't understand well next all righty well. The thing is Is thought i know everything about you through. But it appears i don't because you send you your resume so so I have to ask you know. what do you feel that you're bringing to this company. You see yourself in five years. Probably doing the same things probably. Yeah well as there's an english expression jack-of-all-trades mom's not going to say what my strength was. I'd probably say it's the writing is my strongest side. And that's the bit. I've been doing the longest. I started writing for for commodore force. When i was seventeen. That's that's that's been the longest part of it but that was the reason i started writing combine forces because i devote my skills commodore sixty four So but i. I was already starting to do. Music was already starting to do some machine code programming. And you'd be quite a bit on the technical side about the machine and also particularly. Gee us i was working with the. Go club uk for for or shoes as well. So i had just point and it's only built from that. What people don't know the way i got to know n. Through was actually that. I had a phone call with alex freeze from from christmas in the netherlands. And i said i'm planning to do this. Magazine that unites the americans and the europeans. And i'm looking for skilled people and people send me affects the names act of people and addresses and phone numbers and and and your trespass on the most importantly you had a fax machine in your house in ninety eight ninety eight ninety nine. We had a fax machine in the ninety s. Facts was still stanks. Okay sure at least you. In germany and Several occasions like banks but only communicate with customers over effects or certain doctors and stuff anyways way. So what what. Alexey free said about you. Andrew that you are a magic roundabout because you can do coat crafts and music so actually wrote to you and you will you answer me pretty quickly. And then you and people liberty which is the group. That's what i took over back in ninety nine because the original leader was no longer interested in keeping going. And this is how i got to know and fisher.

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"andrew fisher" Discussed on Scene World – The C64 NTSC/PAL Disk Magazine – Podcast

Scene World – The C64 NTSC/PAL Disk Magazine – Podcast

03:08 min | 11 months ago

"andrew fisher" Discussed on Scene World – The C64 NTSC/PAL Disk Magazine – Podcast

"Yeah it's it's it is very interesting There there are some issues was it. It's it's still in beta obviously and the the issues are like There's no way to loader say basic programs because there's no there's no there's no drive functionality you know because pesky color doesn't work for some reason Probably because the colors are different. But yeah i mean there's a. There's a video on youtube that you can. You can see. We'll put a link to it and description and it'll probably be playing over our faces right now. Oh then atari. It looks like a four hundred running insisting encumber basically to so interesting it is interesting. I just love the fact that these things continue to happen. That people are still mass. Neurology things and it has. It has pages wall so people can continue to contribute to. And now let's mess. Yes with entra spraying and jumped dame. Yes andrew fisher is waiting in the wings and we are going to talk to him learn all about all the things he has done and why he's awesome and why we don't we don't deserve him. Don't be like that so ask we already. Let's start yes. Life from intro. spent room well. so Same shirt green white one as well. I got a spreadsheet this spreadsheet advertisement on his shirt exactly the from australia. The t shirt i have on now is much more Scare people would understand. That didn't actually that weren't into early. Ninety sci-fi babylon that will five. I know that yeah sure pigging germany. I believe yeah. It was big loss. Loss loss anyway Today we have another guest again. Yes i'm it's one of our own staff members. Oh my god you very very much known. Andrew fisher calls professor andrew or professor merman right. Yeah yeah until so then professor. Brian strain the pages of commodore force. New yeah yeah and we are talking not not specifically about seen bill today but about you could career in the fears just to be clear this. It's this.

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"andrew fisher" Discussed on Scene World – The C64 NTSC/PAL Disk Magazine – Podcast

Scene World – The C64 NTSC/PAL Disk Magazine – Podcast

03:26 min | 11 months ago

"andrew fisher" Discussed on Scene World – The C64 NTSC/PAL Disk Magazine – Podcast

"Yes indeed indeed more information as we figured it out right now conduct logo. Yes so we are talking with andrew fisher our very own sweet honey bear from the uk. Andrew fisher who exactly crow lick. He's a prolific magazine writer. Article guy. he's got article guy. What the hell. He's an echo olympic journalist. He's a journal. Many books many mega cvs. He's as a retro journalist. Who is a has been product. He's written books. He's written magazine articles. He's all over the place he's also coder. He's also a musician. He's yup pretty much across the board. He's just one of our favorite his people and we will be talking to him momentarily autists career and yes yes before that however we have some a couple of bits of news so my friend i let you start. Well the amiga the a five hundred many announce games odd. Yeah yes yes. Look what. I got the mini Arrived at my house with in shrouded in mystery. Because i did not order this. Whoever sent it to me thanks. I suppose i haven't used yet. i gotta having. Yeah anyway anyways. You know it's supposed to be released on the thirty first of march next year commanded twenty two already 'priority imus on our goes you. Did you preordered at amiga product. Right you did you mr mr. i'll never have to do with the amiga. Megan i'm not going to learn how the system works. I'm not going to learn our kabwe. Protections workbench boot into work bench in the mouse. Works everything you know. You're going to be using workbench if you're if you're using that perhaps not i mean they'd come. Swiss twenty five games pre installed perhaps trust a menu. You can select that is a. That is the biggest. Probably the biggest thing that i had with the amiga getting used to which is Because i never had an amigo when it was an amiga when they man my face is not working today I didn't have an amiga back when they were being made when they were were recovered. Yet or eighty-five early nineties. Or mid nineties actually But bomb ninety four is not mid nineteen but but they continue. Amiga kept making them after commodore died. So yeah yeah yeah right right about nine hundred eighty six so right. That's two years longer here. But so i never had an amiga wall. They're being made as so my my perception of it is a little skewed now with the amiga..

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"andrew fisher" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"andrew fisher" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Twelve in nineteen eighty eight that they take about nineteen not until I got there now the jury duty will not be led in nineteen so you do normal CD lab those are the top two guys as far as I'm concerned and I know people aboard about Henry Ruggs third he ran faster than yeah he did but he's not as good route runner it wouldn't surprise me to see lamb and and Judy go twelve and thirteen to the Niners and raiders respect I think the from what I've seen mock drafts I think one of them they have going eaten in one twelve so we'll wait and see right now you know the raiders they're busy they have money to spend you know people are going to want to play here at the new stadium remember no state tax I love the combination of may I can Gruden I just love it I I I just think we're in good hands here I think you know new stadium everything I I know the draft would be near within seven hundred fifty thousand would have had the the dancing water over there at the blog show would have had great there are Caesar's and all this stuff I mean they were gonna be millions upon millions of dollars poured into the Vegas community but stuff happens right now again coronavirus were keeping eyes on it because you know our purse with everybody out there and that's why we wanted to make sure that we stayed on the air to get the show to you our special thanks to Roger Sachs a Roger set us up in an area that were set up that there's nobody near fishing myself and and you know what there's some properties that are going to stay open and there's you know of a bunch of properties all over the west coast that are going to remain open it but you know you can see the state for the counties perhaps you know take things into their own hands down the line depending on how much more information they get that they feel is vital information and so Andrew Fisher and I will tell you that it's been pleasure doing the show with you and doctor die you really filled our number one I did not expect to keep more than a half hour next thing you know we kept you know for fifteen minutes she was actually brilliant.

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"andrew fisher" Discussed on The Ziglar Show

The Ziglar Show

02:47 min | 3 years ago

"andrew fisher" Discussed on The Ziglar Show

"Com. Fame and outed mitt. Yeah. I grew up where retirement was a dirty word, and admittedly still is. But thanks, Tom Michael Hudson. Hudson says not even remotely interested in the concept, and frankly still don't understand why so many are and he hasn't Pretty's not judging I just don't get it. I'm far more interested in continuing to create impact and maintain a balanced life where we do the things we want to do and continue to use the gifts we were given to serve those. We are here to serve. Good. It's Tom Tom Schwab again, Posey's as heard rabbi, Daniel lap and point out. There's no biblical support for retirement, there isn't even a historical precedent before Bismarck in the late eighteen hundreds Bismarck. Of course is who zig Ziglar referenced and his message that we heard to kick off the show, by the way, rabbi Daniel Lapin, also somebody that we have interviewed. I gotta say folks, if you don't know rabbi Daniel Lapin, he's probably one of the more well known influencers of influencers that I know of it seems that so many people that we have here on the show people like my dad, Dan Miller people like Dave Ramsey, Michael Hyatt, so many others reference rabbi, Daniel Lapin and the power of his perspective on money specifically. So his book Dow shall prosper is. Probably one of the best selling books. You might not have heard of. And we did interview. I'm not sure where the show numbers you can scroll down. There's been a couple of years. Julia Hamid says yes, I'll have thirty seven years of federal employment and looking forward to traveling. Qatar Qatar Zena Jenner. She's I don't know that I'll want to or choose to retire experience a sense of purpose channel through my work. I do my best carve out time to enjoy life along the way, I love it this way. I guess that's what they mean by. It's the journey that matters. Bill McConnell, simply says not in my lifetime onward. Rob arnold. He's working the grind everyday would be great to retire from. But I would still want to do something productive everyday. Otherwise, you go from ripe to rotten. Joe Pelourinho my wife retired last year after thirty one years of teaching or should I say, she just changed gears? We have called it. Now, her reuirement, she's giving her time and talents to others and taking better care of herself. Good pace, better health, another friend in sixty simply ask how can you retire from purpose? Andrew Fisher, he says after thirty four years in the.

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"andrew fisher" Discussed on FT Politics

FT Politics

03:33 min | 3 years ago

"andrew fisher" Discussed on FT Politics

"Some was talked me through this yesterday. What happened was that? Labor's fest draft, the manifesto got legged the telegraph in the mirror, which a lot of people think it's designed to damage lie because it looks kind of nine hundred seventy s and backwards invasive lists, which are tenants be quite popular manifestation. Anyway, that was late and there. Therefore, everything was already out in the open when they had that cruise five meeting, and it just became kind of discussion of what Andrew Fisher the head of policy had already written. It'd be really interesting to see whether this time it is more democratic prices because it wasn't not them across bumping is what you're saying. Also, i'm. So I did it the Comores the AL electrified the situation and be Corbin certainly wasn't hounded politician. He was a politician who made a dramatic gesture book this time around there's no way that process would happen without being used by both sides in the sense that if there were an election called on Wednesday morning in the coming week people like me would be straight out there with a resolution to labor party branches saying, we should fight this election bravely on the slogan of remain reform and Neo liberalism in Europe, transform Europe with Corbin Commissioner to you know, slapdown far, right? We could make that case perfectly, and it would be out there like a rabbit running around the track within seconds of the election being called, and then we can insert very fascinating questions of things like lend mcklusky he doesn't wanna sack referendum does he speak for over million unite members or not he has multiple places on the NEC and in the national policy forum other. The figures as well. How powerful shadow cabinet being quesion versus for example constituencies, and you get into some very interesting questions of how democratic in the pure sense Labour's internal machine is. I mean when you look at the shuttered cabinet. It's quite interesting. How few do want the second referendum when you think about it? Yeah. No. That's why I wanted to come back to actually do you think Jim that there's a way in which the people's vote campaign as successful as it has been in turning this into a realistic prospect and a realistic option. Do you think it might have slightly peaked because there was some very strange things that happened this week with the kind of splitter element of the people's votes sort of talking about the amendment not going through, and how there wasn't sufficient parliamentary backing, you know, given that the labour front bench, isn't that keen is the prospect of a second referendum receding or does. It just REM remain as the sort of default chalet. Should all things oil. I hear your point that there has been some squabbling and they'd been squabbling for months about wintertime the people's vote sack. Murphy. Madam amendments. They will have no back December's. Well, and there's this sub arguments them arguing with the no way people. It does look very messy. We should pay mind. The two thousand sixteen out campaign was really messy, and they were hastily other. And yet they still won. And when you could whether inverted commas people vote was the year ago, they were nowhere at all. And so they have to be fast them comer a hell of a long way since then. But yes, they've got to this point. And they now have to persuade Jeremy Corbyn himself who really doesn't wanna go down that route most of the candidates and also lost the leaders of the opposition's office where people coined the phrase, the forums this week which bear with me shameless known lend McCloskey Andrea Murray and carry Murphy, so very senior people send him starting with 'em. Who are saints? Jeremy Kuban, let's resist this pool. How many senior precaution? Shadow him instituting would would like second, my friend. Well, the interesting thing is they're all publicly..

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"andrew fisher" Discussed on The MMQB: 10 Things

The MMQB: 10 Things

03:24 min | 3 years ago

"andrew fisher" Discussed on The MMQB: 10 Things

"Representative of the mentality that heavy carrying the speaking. Yeah. Yeah. What was it like? He said Tracy like everybody thinks we saw right? I mean that was that was pretty four four Devin mccourty said something similar it was so funny because like I was in the locker room, and I haven't really seen the Tracy Wilson interview until midway through my locker room. Like every other player was asked that question, they all kind of brushed it off. But then you have your offense of Lear and your defensive leader being like, yeah makes me sucked me play underdog hard for the patriots headed to their eighth straight tight. AFC title game is quite bowl. So reminds me of this is the year before I started covering the NFL right in two thousand four the patriots won two of three Super Bowls. Okay. They had lost Pittsburgh. They got killed by Pittsburgh earlier that year, right? It was Rothlisberger burgers rookie year. And so the patriots were fourteen and to the Steelers were fifteen in one. The patriots went into that game. A favourite. Look, how common is it. That team goes in a road favourite and a conference championship game and a road favorite in a conference championship game playing a team that crushed them earlier in the year. Right and Rodney Harrison said after the game. No one believed in us. Rodney everyone believed in you. Oh, so all right guys coming out. Jeb right in this expect he has no how this works every week on Tuesday. But the call out on Twitter four questions. You guys ask I pick six if I pick yours you get like on Twitter that means they hit that little heart and get an answer. Here. We'll start with question number one guys irregular. Andrew Fisher at Kohl's Fisher any insight to the colts releasing their offense. Vine coach, Andrew, I don't think that this is much more complicated than Frank Reich wanting his own guy in there, there were three coaches that were under contract when Frank right? Got that job earlier in two thousand eighteen these guys were guys that Josh mcdaniels had hand picked Matt Ebert flus defensive coordinator Matt fair the defensive line coach Mike fair the defensive line coach and David Google Elmo the offensive line coach those are the three guys that were under contract one. Josh backed out when Frank Reich became the head coach or other guys Jonathan Gannon's one of them that were were also Josh mcdaniels guys that wound up there. I think the the move here. On the side of the ball. I think Franks fine with what's gone on. Ultimately, the of line coach is one of the most important coaches on the staff, especially for the guy who's running the offense. And the guys are on the offense. Nick Syrians, a big part of that. But the guys running the offense is Frank Reich in so think being very particular in what he's looking for in his offensive line coach that makes sense. And so I think this is about Frank, right? Getting his own guy question number two from Michael McGovern McGowan at med writer. Mike does the NFL's current rule about not hiring coaches who are selling the playoffs hurt their chances of getting the staff they want or do they talk to people off the record, Michael? A lot of times they're intermediaries involved. That will help these coaches in these situations that are two of them this year that are still playing after having..

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A visit to Australia House in London

Correspondents Report

06:08 min | 3 years ago

A visit to Australia House in London

"This year a hundred years since the end of the first World War. Australia house in London has also turned one hundred Australia houses, estrellas oldest diplomatic mission in historically, one of the most significant buildings so grant, it is inside that even scenes of a Harry Potter movie were filmed there. Samantha holy attended an event to Marcus intently, and she filed this report. So you could be there to it's jewel in Leah's overseas missions in all its historic glory. It stands in the center of London when you enter as so many historians have done over the decades, the grand marble hall. The elegant Stig Hase's the chandeliers the art on the walls, all speak of something very special. On this occasion. I've come to a stray your house to celebrate its one hundred year, which has it happens has coincided with the seventieth birthday of Prince Charles. Prince of Wales and his wife Camilla have also come to unveil a portrait birthday present from strategy. Standing in the grand marble, home and listening to the Australian High Commissioner, George Brandis recount a tale of time gone. By was so moving it almost brought me to tease, I don't know. If I was the only one when you Royal Highness's, great grandfather King, George the fifth laid the foundation stone on the twenty fourth of July nineteen thirteen no one foresaw the magnitude of the horror, which would a year later before the world. By the time. Australia house was opened five years later, just three months before the armistice Australia no longer needed to prove its nationhood by a statement in marble and timber. Because the more than three hundred thousand strategies who fought and the sixty sixty thousand who died in Gallipoli and on the western front had already proved that much more emphatically in flesh and blood, and you the day King, George the fifth open destroy your house on the third of August nine thousand nine hundred eighteen this exhibition hall as it is tonight was filled with distinguished guests to Mark the significance of the occasion. Taking pride of place. Among the leading citizens of the land was some three hundred wounded Australian servicemen specially invited by the High Commissioner Andrew Fisher. In thanking the king fishers said it is the earnest wish of the Commonwealth government that Australia house may be tangible sign to the people of the United Kingdom that their interests and those of their kinfolk in the great Commonwealth overseas. A common alike in peace and in war. And so over this past century has it proved to be. Prince Charles followed on Australia host was opened by may Greg grandfather, George the fifth in what were the grimmest of times. It was August nineteen eighteen and the tragic conflict that came to be known as the great war was by then in its final months. As we Mark the centenary of the great war earlier this month. So must we never forget that over a million British Australian and Commonwealth servicemen fought together with common purpose and tragically lost their lives. So that we could be here today. He was greeted by Rosie and affectionate cheers of Kui from Australian diggers in their slouch, hats gathered outside. Many of these men had fought at Gallipoli, passion, Dale or villas Britain New where their extraordinary courage and tenacity helped turn the tide of the war in nineteen forty those Australians who worked in this building for witness to the blitz and the devastation rolled around them. Once again Britain at the time of her greatest peril knew that. She did not stand alone. They're one in this country should forget the wartime. Message sent by prime minister Menzies and inscribed on the Australian war memorial at Hyde Park corner. Whatever burden you were to carry. We also will shoulder that burden. They're going to hardly be a more profound testament to friendship or one that is injured so well through peace and war prosperity. And hardship, in fact in all circumstances. Save perhaps an ashes test. So if you're in London pay a visit to a stranger house c. See all glory. It is yours after all. This is the mantra holy inland for correspondents report.

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