Subscribers to Juiced.GS recently received the May 2005 issue. Interesting content included:

  • a large update on the state of the GS+ magazine archival project
  • a review of Opus II, the huge Apple II programming language collection
  • a review of Silver Platter, the new Apple II file server
  • an interview with Apple IIgs programmer Kelvin Sherlock
  • a book review of “Where Wizards Stay Up Late”
  • a survey of useful Internet tools for the IIgs
  • a look at free email options with a focus on Apple II friendly options

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