Aug 26, 2020
O woe of the early Mac User, for they could not store more than 400K. Nay, such crimes could not stand! It was not the serial drive nor the Hyperdrive that would lead them to storage salvation. Forsooth, it is SCSI that would lead the Mac faithful to the promised land of mass storage. Listen in for the tale of SCSI’s attempt to bring order to the chaotic world of storage.
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Show Art: Coutesy of Daniel Vincent
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00:00:00 - Opening
00:00:37 - A Disk For All Platforms
00:07:43 - From SASI to SCSI
00:15:57 - Apple Adopts SCSI
00:25:24 - A Tangent Approaches
00:41:52 - The Legacy of SCSI
00:54:20 - Outtro, Sources, and Credits