GarberStreet Electronics has a small inventory of assembled adapters for Michael J. Mahon’s NadaNet, a peer to peer network for Apple II computers. The adapters are $30 USD per pair, and additional adapters are $15 each.
Henry S. Courbis of GSE-Reactive.com, has announced an updated setup utility for the ///SHH Systeme Microdrive controller. The software is available here.
Ryan Suenaga’s Apple II podcast A2Unplugged, show #0005 is now available for download from either the A2Unplugged web site or via iTunes.
Alex Freed has posted an update (with pics!) of his Pseudo-Disk Project, an MMC interface for the Apple II. He has three extra prototype boards for sale ($100) and is gauging community interest on whether to produce more.
Lyle Syverson has posted the October 2006 issue of The Lamp!. This monthly newsletter distills the best posts from the Apple II forums at Syndicomm Online.
Richard Dreher has been busy developing a CFFA solution for the Apple 1 and its clones. Check out the latest info and a pic of the most recent prototype here.
Colin Klipsch has announced a new beta release of his open source Apple II emulator Catakig, for Mac OS X.
Gerard Putter has updated his excellent 8-bit Apple II emulator, Virtual ][, to version 5.5. What’s new in version 5.5:
The latest version of Andy McFadden’s CiderPress adds the ability to recognize and convert Magic Window files. It also improves the Applesoft importer. CiderPress is a superb Windows utility for working with Apple II disk images and files. Detailed changes in version 2.4.4 include the following:
The KansasFest (KFest) Committee has announced the keynote speaker for KFest 2007 will be former Nibble Magazine editor-in-chief David Szetela. Press release below.FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE KANSAS CITY, MO – (October 6, 2006) – KansasFest, the Apple II expo held annually in Kansas City, Missouri, is pleased to have David Szetela as its 2007 keynote speaker. […]