A few years ago I placed Foundation, our IIgs resource editor, into the public domain. The entire package including full source code, is available. There’s no warranty, no support (unless you catch me in a weak moment), no anything… just free stuff from the past that someone may find useful.
Internet Modem, a telnet to modem emulator for Windows has been updated to version 188.8.131.52. With Internet Modem, an Apple II can be interfaced via serial port to a host PC, and use a telecomm client (ProTERM) to connect to telnet-based services like Syndicomm.
Vince Briel has announced that his Replica 1 SE is now available for sale. He has 50 boards in stock. Included with the Replica 1 is KRUSADER, a symbolic assembler, by Ken Wessen.
MSN and CNet pan Wozniak and declare Segway Polo as being one of the worst technologies of 2006 (so far).
KansasFest 2007 has been scheduled for July 17 through 22, 2007! Start saving your pennies today!
Version 3.0b3 of the Marinetti TCP/IP stack has been released. To install it, you need to first have an installation of Marinetti 3.0b1, then unpack the updated TCP/IP extension on top of that.
Time to pack, say our farewells and move out.
It usually hits me the night before, or sometime on Saturday that KFest is almost over. I’ve been so busy having a good time with everyone, the time just flies by.
Sleep deprivation has turned me into a walking Apple II geek zombie.
Paul Zaleski provided this detailed summary of the KFest Hackfest contest. This year’s entries were mighty impressive.