MacVoices #19257: Charles Edge On His ‘History of Computing’ Podcast

Charles Edge has a new project that will resonate with anyone who has ever touched a computer. The History of Computing podcast looks back at all aspects of computing…from punch cards to computer games to TOR, Charles puts his unique spin on all aspects of the industry that got us to where we are are, and the part each played. Find out about the inspiration for the show and some of the topics Charles has already covered.

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Show Notes:

Chuck Joiner is the producer and host of MacVoices. You can catch up with what he’s doing on Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn.

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Guests:

Charles Edge has written 9 books and over 3,000 blog posts on technology, with a focus on large-scale systems and server management, including Take Control of OS X Server. He is currently a product manager for JAMF Software. When not playing with computers at work, he can be found at home tinkering with computers for fun. His personal blog is krypted.com, his podcasts are JAMF After Dark and The Mac Admins Podcast, and  you can follow him on Twitter.  

Links:

Apple Device Management: A Unified Theory of Managing Macs, iPads, iPhones, and AppleTVs by Charles Edge and Rich Trouton