The Princeton Apple II Users Group will meet in David Ciotti’s basement at 7:30 PM on August 12. The meeting, which is open to Apple II users as always, will include demonstrations of gigabit ethernet and how to transfer home movies from film to VHS tape using a Macintosh. There will also be a demo of how to transfer LP records to CD.
Rudy Guy was a contributing editor to Nibble magazine and founder of the Erie Apple Crunchers user group. His website has downloadable Apple II software and a history of the club.
Tomi of PodBrix.com announced that on August 4th, 9:00pm EST, they will be selling hand-signed “Woz” Minifigs through their site. Update: The Woz Minifigs have since sold out.The “Woz” minifig will be limited to a 300 unit production run and comes with a pre-assembled LEGOÂ® backdrop in the appropriate rainbow retro colors. The reverse of […]
Jeff Fink has provided us with a copy of Silvern Castle 8.3 (with the bug-fix patch installed) as a 1.5 MB disk image file, which you can use with most emulators. You can download it here free of charge.
A2RetroSystems has announced that their second run of Uthernet cards is now in production and expected to be available for shipment early in September 2005. The price is still $89.00 USD.If you are on the waiting list, you will be contacted shortly. If you want to get on the waiting list, send an e-mail to […]
We’ve added a new “Wanted!” category to our classified ads section, where you can post ads when you’re looking to buy something and just can’t find it!
Howard Katz has posted the July, 2005 issue of Apple II News & Notes, the freely-redistributable monthly newsletter for Apple II users and enthusiasts.