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Mac Folklore Radio


Ye olde Macintosh stuffe read to thee. Junk food for old time (pre-1999) Apple Macintosh zealots.


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5 out of 5 stars from 41 ratings
  • Longtime Listener Back for More!

    I was a suscriber way back in the day when Derek read through the website. That was good enough to keep me listening, but this latest incarnation is far better, digging up stories from here and there which are harder to collect on one's own. For anyone interested in computer history, this is your podcast.

    Apple Podcasts
    Sir Felgar
    United States2 years ago
  • Why Did Apple Kill Newton?

    Mac Folklore Radio has always been a fun and interesting listen. But Derek has outdone himself with this episode. Well researched and with lots of relevant clips from old interviews, this is the most complete history of the rise and fall of the Newton that I have ever heard. Well don!

    Apple Podcasts
    United States2 years ago
  • Some stories are even older then myself

    I love to listen to Folklore Radio. Several of the stories happend before my birth or during my early childhood, but from a historian point of view it is great to get them told that way. When I went to California last year I loved all that trivia knowledge, it made my trip so much better.

    Apple Podcasts
    Germany3 years ago
  • Apple History that's fun to listen to!

    If you like early Apple history, then you'll enjoy listening to someone who should be doing voiceovers for Hollywood. He reads interesting articles that appeared in Macworld magazine, along with Andy Hertzfeld's "Revolution in the Valley."

    Apple Podcasts
    United States3 years ago
  • So glad to have MFR back!

    One of the most excellent vintage tech podcasts available anywhere on the internet

    Apple Podcasts
    hack the planet
    United States4 years ago

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