The South Bay Apple Computer Club of Torrance, California, will meet on Tuesday, December 11, at 7:30 PM at the usual location. Tony Diaz will fly up, weather permitting, and will demonstrate Bernie ][ The Rescue. A surprise guest may be in attendance.
This month’s PAUG meeting will be held in Dave Ciotti’s basement, and will be the annual Christmas Party! Attendees are invited (or encouraged) to bring something to make everyone fatter in 2002; Dave will provide beverages.
The latest issue of A2 News and Notes, Ryan Suenaga’s free newsletter for Apple II users, is now available for download.
Syndicomm has finally finished updating its online store with its complete product catalog. While complete descriptions of products aren’t yet available, every item is now available for online ordering.
The Apple DOS File System application for Mac OS and Mac OS X has been released in alpha form. This promising new application lets you open and manipulate Apple II disk images on the Macintosh, looking at the files on them, even moving files on and off them.
The Aurora, Illinois, Apple Core will hold its annual Holiday Party on Thursday, December 13, at Mayberry’s Restaurant (Rt. 31, Aurora, Illinois) at 7:00 PM. A good time is planned for all; for more information, contact one of the group’s members listed on the group web site.
The latest editions of these two online newsletters are now available.
Classic games such as Defender Of The Crown and The King of Chicago are now available as free downloadable disk images from the CinemaWare web site.
The AAAC will meet on Thursday at 7:00 PM at 900 North Lake Street in Aurora, Illinois, in the basement community room. The meeting will involve planning for next year’s programs as well as slating club officers.
The SBACC of Torrance, California will meet November 13 at 7:30 PM, at its usual location. There’s no program scheduled, but there may be a surprise.