Thomas Compter has released a new utility that makes it easier for Windows KeGS emulator users to select which disk images they want to use. Normally it’s necessary to edit a text configuration file; with DiskChanger, you can use a GUI interface. You can download it here at A2Central.com.
Steve Gozdziewski, the Grand Gouda of KFest, has announced the keynote speaker and roastee for this year’s KFest event. Eric Shepherd, editor of this website and owner of Syndicomm, will give the keynote address, and Max Jones, publisher of Juiced.GS magazine, will be the guest of dishonor at this year’s celebrity roast.
The deadline for repeat attendees to get their discount on KFest registration is this coming Saturday, March 31 Everyone else has an early-bird registration discount deadline of April 15. Sign up today! This year’s KFest is already sounding like a winner. If you don’t already know about KFest, it’s an annual gathering of Apple II […]
A2Central.com is now offering three more auctions, two of which will be of interest to Apple II users. We’re auctioning off a Sony 32x8x4x CD-RW drive, a brand-new shrinkwrapped copy of Print Shop IIGS, and an Apple Personal LaserWriter 320, which works great on the IIGS.
We’re now auctioning off two more items on eBay with more coming soon. Check out an original Apple IIe leather carrying case, and the MacVision video digitizer for the Macintosh.
AppleLinc, the Lincoln, Nebraska Apple II user group, meets twice this week. The first meeting is Wednesday, March 28, at 7:00 PM, and the second is Saturday, March 31, at 9:00 AM. Both will meet at the regular place.
Kim Howe has released his new Telnet NDA, which allows Apple IIGS users to open telnet windows from within any desktop application. With chat line support, it’s perfect for chatting on A2Central.com while doing other work. You can download it from our FTP site.
The woman in Wisconsin with a garage full of Apple II and older Mac products still has well over 100 computers, plus boxes of software, books, and peripherals (monitors, cards, printers, drives, etc) and is planning to haul them to the dump on the afternoon of Saturday, March 24. If you can get to Brown […]
The March 2001 issue of “The Lamp!”, which contains the best and most informative messages from A2Central.com and Delphi’s A2 bulletin boards, has now been released. You can read it on the web.
Due to problems with our new backbone, we have reverted temporarily to the previous one until the problems can be resolved. This may affect performance and reliability slightly for the next few weeks. We apologize in advance for any problems you may encounter.