Huibert Aalbers, author of SoundSmith, has posted all his IIgs software for free download on his web site at http://www.huibert-aalbers.com. We’re not sure when he did it, but we’re sure glad to see it.
Howard Katz has released the July issue of Apple II News & Notes, the freely redistributable monthly newsletter about the goings-on in the Apple II world.
5112735537 – Ends Aug-08-04 22:52:46 PDT Sequential Systems RamFAST 3.01e 1MB cache SCSI card 3740054154 – Ends Aug-08-04 20:02:17 PDT VERY NICE Passport MIDI 8/Plus recording software and interface package
The KFest web site has been totally redone. The new site is better organized, has tons of new features, and is generally more functional. The most exciting new feature is a photo gallery which any KFester can add their own photos to, to share them with the world without having to use up their own […]
Michael Mahon has added documentation and Merlin Pro source code for his 8-bit Apple II parallel computing project. Visit his website to have a look.
Sun Remarketing has NEW Apple //c Memory Expansion Cards in stock for $49.00. You can order them here, plus they’re also selling them on eBay (search eBay for user “sunrem”). These cards come with 256K standard and can be expanded to 1 Megabyte. Note to //c+ users: these cards may or may not work in […]
We asked, you voted and now we’re back posting eBay listings “of interest” to the Apple II Deals section. We’ll also be looking high and low, far and wide for goodies for your Apple II. While we’re at it, The Management has asked that I clarify for our readers that they should submit “FOR SALE” […]
F.E. Systems has released an experimental build of the Mac OS X Carbon version of Sweet16 Apple IIgs emulator. While being minimalist in its approach and having a number of bugs, the software does work; however, F.E. Systems strongly recommends not using it as your primary emulator.
Sunday is move out day; the last day of KansasFest. Although we’ve all had a great time, we’re tired and ready to go home. But there’s still a certain sadness, too. We’ve bonded with the people we met at KansasFest, some of whom we’ve been hanging out with online for years, and others we just met for the first time.
Breakfast started a half hour late today, at 8 AM. It wasn’t particularly good, but it got the job done. Then we had a bit of a break until Syndicomm demonstrated some software at 9:15 (more like 9:30 really).