Sunday, October 13, 2013

Show 001 - Turbo Pascal 3

Episode 001 of Next Without For, on Turbo Pascal 3 for CP/M, is posted!

Direct Link to MP3

Links from the episode:

Site Of The Month - The Aztec C Museum

Antique Software at the Embarcadero website (Turbo Pascal free versions)

Pascal language standards on Pascal Central

Turbo Pascal: A Great Choice For Programming Under CP/M (blog page for getting started with Turbo Pascal 3 under CP/M)

Walnut Creek CP/M CD-ROM archive for Turbo Pascal

Monday, May 27, 2013

Now available on iTunes

The Next Without For podcast was approved today, and is now available on iTunes!

- Earl

Sunday, May 26, 2013

Show 000 - dBase III Plus version 1.1

Greetz from rainy Portland Oregon!

The first episode of Next Without For, Show 000, is posted! The topic is dBase III Plus version 1.1.

Later this week, I'll be registering on iTunes. For now, you can directly download episode 000 here:

Also, you can subscribe directly to the RSS feed here:

Hope you enjoy the episode! Chat with you all soon,

- Earl

P.S. - Links from the episode:

AtariAge 5200/8-Bit Programming section

Vintage Computer Forums, Retro Podcast Discussions

The theme song for Next Without For is "AFAIK" by Sum-1, from the album "Mechanical Monkeys", and is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 3.0. More info at:

The Next Without For podcast is Copyright 2013, and licensed to the public under Creative Commons Attribution 3.0.

Monday, March 18, 2013

Welcome to Next Without For

Hi there! Glad to see you!

Next Without For is a podcast dedicated to computer language implementations that are either (a) retro, or (b) new, but used for retro computers. Examples include Turbo Pascal, BDS C, CC65, etc.

At the outset, the goal is to publish one episode per month. Episodes will be staggered with other members of the Retrobits family of podcasts:

The Retrobits Podcast (general retrocomputing podcast)
Chicken Lips Radio (for Commodore computer systems)

Hope you'll stick around, and enjoy the podcast!

- Earl