CCT#216: So Long and Thanks for All The Fish

Coming up in tonight’s show…

  1. The Atari 2600
  2. Roasting Chickens and saving the earth
  3. A bit of bad news [*]

On This Day in Tech History

  • 1006 – Supernova SN 1006, the brightest supernova in recorded history, appears in the constellation Lupus.
  • 1483 – Orbital calculations suggest that on this day Pluto moved inside Neptune’s orbit until July 23, 1503.
  • 1492 – Spain gives Christopher Columbus his commission of exploration.
  • 1803 – Louisiana Purchase: The United States purchases the
    Louisiana Territory from France for $15 million, more than doubling
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0 Responses to CCT#216: So Long and Thanks for All The Fish

  1. Ben Vaughan says:

    Sad… but I understand. You guys have given me happiness at least once a week for several years now. I wish you the best and thanks for the good stuff that you guys have done.


  2. Nooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo!


  3. I am beyond bummed out.

  4. Claudio says:

    I share encaf’s response. I can’t believe it’s over! Same thing happened to another podcast for the same reasons (Linux Reality). I’m gonna miss this show. 🙁

  5. Rob says:

    I hate to see you guys go. I’m a trucker and you guys keep me connected with my geek side when I’m on the road. We’ll miss you.
    PS: Ditto what encaf said.

  6. Chuck says:

    Keep the feed alive. Stay subscribed. You never know what we’ve got up our sleeves. You KNOW we’ll have some content from Vegas! And… we’re always online somewhere doing something. We’re not GONE, so much as going to the next chapter.

  7. Matt B. says:

    Technorama (in its current form) will be surely missed! You guys are brilliant and I’ve enjoyed listening for the last year. Can’t believe it took me so long to find you guys (thanks Victor).

    Looking forward to those next chapters.

  8. KDoggy says:

    Any podcast recommendations to fill the hole left by Technorama’s absence?

  9. Chuck says:


    I think we can all agree – There was nothing like Technorama’s regular show.