Adam talks Disney’s decision to scrap Digital Copy Plus downloads with new Blu-Rays in Australia while Alex talks computing history at the UK National Museum of Computing in this week’s episode!
We’ll be back to our two-man-plus-guests format for next week’s show, but this week we’re running a split show, with Adam looking locally into the decision made by Disney to drop digital copies, while I went and talked truly retro, valve-based computing at the UK National Museum of Computing. If you’re interested in the history of computing, or even if you’ve ever wondered how a computer works, it’s an excellent venue and one well worth visiting.
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