The US Library of Congress has announced exceptions to the Digital Millenium Copyright Act. The DMCA, which became law a couple of years ago, made it illegal to circumvent copy protection for any reason, making the act of doing so–even for personal use–punishable by substantial fines and jail time. The new exceptions include one of great interest to Apple II users.
After several months of delays, A.P.P.L.E. has finally shipped the long-awaited Call-A.P.P.L.E. Complete Collection. This set of CD-ROMs (or DVD-ROMs) includes PDFs of every issue of Call-A.P.P.L.E. magazine from 1978 through 1990, all the issues from 2002, the DiskPak collection, the Anthology Collection, and the Disks of the Month. The package is $99.95 until the […]
Syndicomm today announced a limited-time special offer: Softdisk Overdose is a bundle containing both Simply Softdisk G-S and Softdisk Supreme, as well as a free copy of Ultimate UpTime.These three products comprise the complete runs of Softdisk, Softdisk G-S, and UpTime for the Apple II. These magazines-on-disk include reviews, how-tos, and tons of great (and […]
BAUG will hold their Reunion Pizza SIG at the V & T Restaurant, 1024 Amsterdam Ave., in Manhattan (New York City), just opposite the grounds of the Cathedral of St. John the Divine, at 6:30 pm on Wednesday, October 29. New folks are welcome to join the discussion on Apple IIs and vintage Macs.
Jay Edwards notes that the current issue of Popular Science magazine has an article on classic computers being able to handle the job. Included is the observation that until the hardware in industry is removed, the computer isn’t usually upgraded. Among the veterns still plugging away, there is a mention of someone still using an […]
cc65 is a complete cross development package for 6502 systems, including the Apple II. Changes in this release include:
A2Central.com co-editor Andy just returned from the fun SWRAP Commodore Expo where he managed to slip a partially disguised Apple IIgs past the moat and drawbridge (with lots of help from Jeri). Good times were had playing games, demos and letting folks check out interesting Apple cards like the CompactFlash adapter and the TransWarp IIgs. […]
A new version of Andy McFadden’s nifty Apple II disk image and archive utility has been released. Changes to the latest version of CiderPress include the following:
The October 2003 issue of The Lamp! can be freely downloaded here. Editor Lyle Syverson collects the most useful and interesting posts from Syndicomm’s Apple II forum.
Syndicomm has added both US and International subscriptions to Juiced.GS for 2004 to its online store. You can subscribe or renew securely online.If you live in the US, click here to renew or subscribe. If you live anywhere outside the US, you can renew here.