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Helping you fall asleep. Let me talk to you. Just for a few moments


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Addressing the worrying trends in fabricated Chess Problems and whether they are instructive or problematic for the game of chess as a whole. From Volume 4 of the 1884 released British Chess Magazine.

With John Chidgey.

Episode Gold Producers: 'r' and Chip Salzenberg.
Episode Silver Producers: Mitch Biegler, John Whitlow, Kevin Koch, Oliver Steele, Lesley Law Chan, Hafthor and Shane O'Neill.

Computer animation in advertising article from the May-June 1976 edition of the Creative Computing Magazine.

With John Chidgey.

Episode Gold Producer: 'r'.
Episode Silver Producers: Mitch Biegler, John Whitlow, Joseph Antonio, Kevin Koch, Oliver Steele and Shane O'Neill.


From the works of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, A Scandal In Bohemia Chapter One Part Two.

With John Chidgey.


From the works of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, A Scandal In Bohemia Chapter One Part One.

With John Chidgey.


The Editorial entitled Things To Come from the May-June 1976 edition of the Creative Computing Magazine.

With John Chidgey.

Episode Gold Producer: 'r'.
Episode Silver Producers: Mitch Biegler, John Whitlow, Joseph Antonio, Kevin Koch and Oliver Steele.


MSI Floppy Drive article from the May-June 1976 edition of the Creative Computing Magazine.

With John Chidgey.

Episode Gold Producer: 'r'.
Episode Silver Producers: John Whitlow, Joseph Antonio, Kevin Koch and Oliver Steel.


Acknowledgements
  • Johannes Brahms’s “Wiegenlied: Guten Abend, gute Nacht” (“Good evening, good night”), Op. 49, No. 4, published in 1868 and widely known as Brahms’s Lullaby