Kim Howe has joined our RTC staff to host a new conference that takes place Thursdays late night (Friday early morning) from midnight to 2:00 AM PST. This conference is scheduled specially for our members in Australia and elsewhere in the world.
For which communications program and platform would you most like to see an offline reader for A2Central.com?
Jeff Fink has announced the upcoming release of Silvern Castle, the role-playing game for 8-bit Apple II computers. Click here for the announcement.
It was actually released about a week ago, but a2central.com staff have been so busy with our launch that we haven’t had a chance to put it online until today. You can download it now.
If A2Central.com added a Real Time Conference scheduled for people outside the United States, at what time should it take place?
As a convenience for emulator users, Ninjaforce has made available a special demo disk image containing all their demos on one bootable disk image file.
We are now on our new Internet connection, which is three times faster than our old one. All a part of the service.
Ninjaforce has a new article on their site listing demos for the Apple IIGS?complete with download links?and allowing readers to rate each demo. Demos are (in this context) programs written to demonstrate programming skill at graphics, animation, and sound performance, usually mostly for fun. Note that some of them may use “colorful” language.
The South Bay Apple Computer Club will meet on Tuesday, December 12, at 7:30 PM. The subject of the meeting will be A2Central.com, with a look at the site, and a tour of the new online service areas. Using telnet will be covered as well. Tony Diaz, A2Central.com’s assistant librarian, will be in attendance, weather […]
Our launch party was a huge success, and we can now announce the winners of the three door prizes! The first person to enter our Real Time Conference was Lyle Syverson, who will be receiving an A2Central.com mousepad. Second in was Allen Moore, who will receive an A2Central.com T-shirt, and third was Sean Fahey, who will find a ComputerEyes GS card on his doorstep in the next week or so. Thanks to everyone that attended our launch party!