Ken Gagne, the Master of Ceremonies of the KansasFest roast for the third year in a row, has announced the roster of roasters for this year’s event. The victim of honor is programmer Geoff Weiss, of Spectrum Internet Suite fame. Taking part in his brutal humiliation will be Richard Bennett-Forrest, author of the Marinetti TCP/IP […]
Howard Katz has posted the July, 2003 issue of Apple II News & Notes, the freely-redistributable newsletter about all things Apple II.
Jeri Ellsworth, the creator of the C-One configurable computer, is working on a design for a USB interface card for the Apple II. She’ll be bringing her design to KansasFest to get Apple II programmers involved in creating firmware and drivers for the card.If you’re an Apple II programming wiz and want to pitch in, […]
Type Away is a program that will run on any Apple II, on any version of DOS or ProDOS 8, which provides a safe place for kids to pound on the keyboard and see what letters come up on the screen. Keypresses are rewarded with clicking sounds, and they can safely “type away” without breaking […]
Hilary Cheng has released a new version of the AppPalm ][ emulator for Palm OS. This emulator, formerly known as PalmApple, requires a Sony Clie handheld, and does not function properly on Palm-branded devices. This new version has better performance, supports writing to disk images, and works on Palm OS 5.
After almost two months being offline due to a server move, the Ninjaforce web site is back online at http://www.ninjaforce.com. So once again you can check out classic demos and games, and grab a copy of the excellent Asimov 2.0 disk image utility for the Apple IIGS.
Lyle Syverson has released the June 2003 issue of The Lamp!, the monthly distillation of the message boards in the Syndicomm Apple II forum and the Delphi A2 and A2Pro forums. This month’s issue continues Apple II historian Steve Weyhrich’s excellent look back at GEnieLamp, this month covering the year 1995.
Gerard Putter has released an update to his Virtual ][ Apple II and Apple II+ emulator for Mac OS X. The new version adds 80-column card support, support for 5.25? disk images with up to 40 tracks, improves emulation of cassette tape support, improves performance, and increases compatibility.
Due to a recent server move, SIS can no longer access its own web site at http://sis.gwlink.net, although that address works with any other browser. SIS users can still access the SIS web site by going to http://www.gwlink.net/sis/.
Princeton Apple Users Group will meet at 7:30 PM on Friday, June 13, in Dave Ciotti’s basement. This month’s meeting will mostly focus on installing Mac OS X updates onto a new hard drive, but Apple II users are welcome to do their thing.