Vintage Apple News has posted a great YouTube video of Woz giving a tour of the Apple Historical Museum. Of special note, you can see a couple of case colors that Apple experimented with for the Apple II. Also just posted, is the Apple II Forever video with footage that coincided with the Apple IIc […]
Garberstreet Electronics has released a Dual ROM Board that allows Apple II Plus owners to quickly switch between Applesoft and Integer BASIC (or any custom ROM set), without using up a valuable slot with the Apple Firmware Card.
Via Slashdot comes this article at VintageComputing.com that takes an in-depth look as to the causes and cures for the yellowing that tends to afflict older Apple and Mac hardware. The article, which offers in-depth research into and explanation of the chemistry involved in the discoloration of plastic casings, shows an Apple IIe Platinum as […]
Beginning February 2nd, Andrew Roughan will be hosting Downunder Chat for our fellow Apple II users in Australia, New Zealand and other regions “downunder” on Fridays, 9pm-11pm Australian Eastern Summer Time. That’s 4am-6am A2Central time (or 2am-4am Pacific, 10am-12pm UTC). Discussion topics will include where participants are located, interests, projects, sale and trade of gear, […]
Lyle Syverson has published theÂ January 2007 edition of The Lamp!, a monthlyÂ collection ofÂ postings and newsÂ from A2Central’s message areas. Our FTP server contains text, Appleworks and Hypercard versions of The Lamp! for your convenience.
The December 2006 edition of Apple II News & Notes, produced by Howard Katz, has been released. Apple II News & Notes is a freely-redistributable monthly newsletter covering the goings-on in the Apple II world.
Vince Briel of Briel Computers is close to reproducing the rare Apple Cassette Interface (ACI), for the Apple 1. Vince is testing his third (and hopefully final) prototype and has announced the ACI should be available in early 2007. Pricing hasn’t been set as of yet, but the ACI is anticipated to sell for $79-$99 […]
PeteB posted on comp.sys.apple2 that he’sÂ launched a 7 user, telnet accessible Diversi-Dial chat system, on a real Apple //e no less. You can read more about Pete’s system and Diversi-Dial in general at http://www.diversidial.com/ or telnet to: latenightbbs.com 6001 – the “6001” is the port the system is answering on. Apparently, youÂ must request a user […]
Device Side Data has announced they will be demonstrating their prototype USB interface for 5.25 floppy drives at the W6TRW ham radio swap meet on January 27th, 2007 in Redondo Beach, CA. The prototype interfaces Apple II 5.25 disk drives to “modern computers” which we hope means PC and Macintosh. If anyone saw this product […]
The December 2006 edition of 1MHz! The Apple II Podcast, is now freely available for download from Carrington Vanston’s website or from the iTunes store. There wasn’t a podcast for November 2006, but Carrington is back and we’re glad to see him online.