Howard Katz has posted the September 2005 issue of Apple II News & Notes, the freely-redistributable newsletter for Apple II users.
Glenn Jones’ Uthernet cards are available once again. This ethernet card for the Apple II costs $89US. Visit his website for more info.
Nibble Magazine’s Mike Harvey has re-released the MindCraft Assembler and MacroSoft BASIC-like macro package. These excellent developer tools make it easy for non-assembly-language programmers to write fast programs for the Apple II.
Check out this unsolicited music video done for the song “Beautiful Ground” by the band Grandaddy. The video was created using an Apple ][+.
Rich Dreher confirmed for A2Central that he has enough interested people signed up to proceed with a 4th production run of his popular CFFA Card. Rich is shooting for a December 2005 availability timeframe.The CFFA is an IDE interface that is primarily used to interface a compact flash module or Microdrive to the Apple II, […]
Practically everyone in the Apple II community knows about Michael Mahon’s NadaNet and Applecrate Projects. Now he’s released RT.SYNTH, the Real-Time Single-Voice Music Synthesizer. Michael’s announcement follows: After getting the 8-voice CrateSynth working, it became clear that running only on an AppleCrate severely limited its potential users. So I’ve developed RT.SYNTH, a real-time single-voice music […]
SDDApple 0.06 is an Apple II Plus emulator written using Simple DirectMedia Layer (SDL).According to the author, SDDApple at this time is very limited. The disk routines are only working properly for NIB images so you may want to crack out that old copy of em2emu. Like apl2em, the emulator expects its disk images to […]
A2Central.com has received word from Washington Apple Pi that the rumors that have been going around that they are ditching their Apple II and Apple /// support are false. They are simply clearing out a room full of donated equipment and software they no longer have room for. Their support for the Apple II and […]
Lyle Syverson has posted the September, 2005 issue of The Lamp!, the monthly newsletter covering the most interesting articles from the Syndicomm Apple II forum.
WAP is having to downsize its inventory to reduce the amount of storage space needed. If you’d like to rescue some of this stuff before it goes into a dumpster, read on.