February 22nd, 2002

Guess what! Even more auctions from Syndicomm!

Have we gone crazy? Maybe! We’ve started even more auctions on eBay, including a Beagle Bros Peeks, Pokes and Pointers chart, a complete set of IIgs user manuals, a copy of Copy II Plus 5.0, a new-in-box Wishbringer, and a pair of classic beige paddles. Check them out! .

February 21st, 2002

Dave Lyons writing GS/OS driver for upcoming CompactFlash adapter

Dave Lyons, former Apple II system software engineer, is writing a GS/OS driver for the upcoming Apple II CompactFlash adapter card. Get more information! .

February 20th, 2002

More auctions from Syndicomm

Syndicomm has added an assortment of classic games, including Repton and Zork II, as well as an AppleColor 100 RGB monitor to its lineup of pending eBay auctions. Check them out! .

February 15th, 2002

New issue of The Lamp is available

The latest issue of The Lamp, Ryan Suenaga and Lyle Syverson’s distillation of the best messages from Syndicomm’s A2 forum, as well as Syndicomm’s A2 and A2Pro forums on Delphi, is now available. .

February 15th, 2002

Syndicomm starts eBay auctions

Syndicomm has resumed its eBay auctions to help fund A2Central.com’s growth. This round includes a Newton MessagePad 120, a PowerBook dock, a 4-port ADB switchbox, an Apple II EPROM writer, Dazzle Draw, Jam Session, and VCR Companion. Check them out! .

February 13th, 2002

Syndicomm sells out of Beneath Apple ProDOS

Syndicomm announced this morning that it had sold its last original copy of the popular book Beneath Apple ProDOS. Fortunately, the Lost Classics Project has obtained a freeware release of this book in PDF format (note, the file is about 30 megabytes)..

February 10th, 2002

New version of KeGS32 Apple IIgs emulator for Windows released

A new version of KeGS32 has been released. This Apple IIGS emulator for Windows now has support for long filenames, drag and drop of disk images, support for visual themes in Windows XP, variable speed control, scanline/interlace video mode switching, and full-screen in 800×600 mode when possible..

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