April 27th, 2015

Charles Mangin is ready for KansasFest. Are you?



KansasFest Preview #2

April 27th, 2015

Play Bob Bishop’s ‘Dung Beetles’ online

Pierre Durant posted via Facebook, his remake of Bob Bishop’s classic game “Dung Beetles” that you can play in your web browser. Check it out at: http://www.monkey-x.com/Apps/app.php?id=347


DungBeetles

April 8th, 2015

Apple ][ Watch



Check it out at: http://www.instructables.com/id/Apple-II-Watch/
March 13th, 2015

VCF East, South East and Midwest coming up


Vintage Computer Festival East 10 – April 17-19, 2015 in Wall, New Jersey
Click HERE for details

Vintage Computer Festival South East – May 2-3, 2015 in Roswell, Georgia
Click HERE for details

Vintage Computer Festival Midwest 10 – August 29-30, 2015 in Elk Grove Village, Illinois
Click HERE for details (Facebook link)

March 10th, 2015

Brian Edwards of the UK Mirror is a [colorful metaphor]

Demonstrating he’s not much of an historical fact-checker, Brian Edwards dribbles out a hate piece that will probably rile you up too.

March 10th, 2015

Jeff Atwood reminisces on how Beagle Bros influences his coding

Jeff Atwood at Coding Horror posted an article reminiscing how his experience with Beagle Bros software still influences his programming today. We suspect Jeff isn’t alone in that regard. Check it out.

March 3rd, 2015

Mouser now stocking WDC development boards

Western Design Center (aka WDC) 65xx/65xxx development boards are now in stock at Mouser Electronics. Click HERE for the complete product list.

March 2nd, 2015

Coming soon from Tecnobytes – ClassicIDE mk-II


Coming soon from Tecnobytes Classic Computers, the ClassicIDE mk-II


ClassicIDE


February 25th, 2015

John Carmack starting his kids programming on the Apple IIc

Cult of Mac has a nice story of DOOM co-author John D. Carmack starting his kids out on programming with the Apple IIc. John posted via Twitter, “Teaching my kids programming on an Apple IIc is like kung fu training in the primitive wilderness.” We couldn’t agree more, but we’d add that there is an oasis of knowledge to be found in that wilderness, that will last a lifetime. #parenting_power-up

February 11th, 2015

Microsoft BASIC source code for 6502 revealed

Egan Ford posted via Usenet comp.sys.apple2 a couple of interesting links for BASIC buffs pertaining to Microsofts BASIC for the MOS 6502. It’s good reading, so we’re sharing it here.

IT World – The source code behind Microsoft BASIC for 6502 comes to light

PageTable.com – Microsoft BASIC for 6502 Original Source Code [1978]

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