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I wanted to bring to you this month a special interview-only episode which is a bit different.  My guest on this show is Mr. Eric Enge, who was an executive at Phoenix Technologies, most well-known as the company that clean-roomed an IBM PC compatible ROM BIOS and helped spark an era of IBM PC clones.  This is a piece of computer history that may not be particularly well-known, but was an important milestone nonetheless.  Enjoy.

 

Links:

Phoenix Technologies - http://www.phoenix.com/

Phoenix Technologies at wikipedia - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phoenix_Technologies

Stone Temple Consulting (Eric’s site) - https://www.stonetemple.com/about-eric-enge/

Eric at LinkedIN - https://www.linkedin.com/in/ericenge

 

Direct download: 31FloppyDays_2015_02_Eric_Enge.mp3
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