The wizards behind Sandwich Video have a new project, and it's wonderful:
"Computer Show" is a technology talk show, set in 1983. The dawn of the personal computing revolution. Awkward hair and awkward suits. Primitive synths and crude graphics. VHS tapes. No Internet. But there's a twist.
The guests on this show are tech luminaries -- experts, founders, thinkers, entrepreneurs...from 2015. They are real, and they are really on "Computer Show" to talk about their thing. Will it go well? Can they break through to the host Gary Fabert (played by Rob Baedeker of the SF-based sketch mainstay Kasper Hauser) and his rotating cast of co-hosts, who know of neither iPhone nor website nor Twitter nor...hardly anything?