Discounted early-bird registration for KansasFest ends on June 1 (this Sunday). It’s pretty simple: Register before then at http://www.kansasfest.org/registration/. You’ll get the usual awesome sessions, camaraderie, keynote from Margot Comstock, and good times, and you’ll have more money in your pocket than your buddies who wait a day.

The registration price with a room will go up $55 on June 1 and close on July 10.

KansasFest has a long list of exciting sessions planned already:

  • Off-the-grid Total Portability for the Apple IIc (Steven Buggie)
  • Sew your own Apple II ornament (Sarah Walkowiak)
  • Writeaway: An Apple II Word Processor (Bill Wallace)
  • Apple II Pi (David Schmenk)
  • Controlling I/O via game port interface, or “How I learned to stop worrying and love the Apple II rocket launcher” (Ivan Hogan)
  • Emulator detection in 6502 assembly language (Mark Pilgrim)
  • Pascal as my second Language (Jay Graham)
  • Accelerating the IIc+ (James Littlejohn)
  • Accessing the A2MP3 USB thumbdrive storage from Applesoft BASIC (Michael Sternberg)
  • Star Saga One using VASSAL (Michael Sternberg)
  • AppleTalk Networking with GSport (Peter Neubauer)
  • A2CLOUD and A2SERVER 2014 (Ivan Drucker)
  • Three Kingdoms: Resurrection of Sara (Tony Diaz)
  • Jungle Adventure: an interactive text adventure (Ken Gagne)
  • 3D Print Your Next Apple II (Charles Mangin)
  • Making Apple II software on Mac OS X with cc65 (Carrington Vanston)
  • A.P.P.L.E. — A Highlight of Current Projects and Products (Bill Martens & Brian Wiser)
  • The Third Wave: A brief history of the Apple /// (Mike Maginnis)
  • Virtual Apple (Mike Maginnis)
  • A look at Apple’s appearances at computer shows/conventions/etc (Mike Maginnis)
  • Computer Art Technology (AndrĂ©s Lozano)
  • Build a computer workshop (Vince Briel)
  • Japanese on the Apple IIGS (Ian Johnson)