KansasFest — the annual Apple II expo of sessions, contests, great stories, tips and tricks, fun and games, and things that “just can’t be done on an Apple II” — is now open for registration. Download and complete the PDF form at KansasFest.org and follow its instructions to return it via mail, email, or fax. […]
Juiced.GS Volume 12, Issue 1 on its way to subscribers
Juiced.GS Volume 12, Issue 1 (March 2007) is now shipping. Featured in this issue are Em Maginnis’ review of Ninjaforce’s Samurai IRC client; a look at the development of DiskMaker 8 by its author, Mark Percival; an NDA programming tutorial by Kelvin Sherlock; Andy Molloy’s retrospective on the Apple II’s 1977 unveiling; and an interview […]
R&D Automation taking CFFA1 pre-orders
Rich Dreher is now accepting pre-orders for the CFFA1, a ProDOS-accessible compact flash interface for the Apple 1 and the Replica-1/Obtronix series clones. The CFFA1 is $119 USD, plus $5 shipping for 1-3 boards. This production run is limited to 100 cards,Â so this batch will probably go fast. We’ve orderedÂ ours (2 in fact), and I […]
CiderPress v3.0 released, now open source and free
Andy McFadden has released CiderPress v3.0 and generously reclassified it as an open source project!Â Thank you, Andy. According to Andy, 270 people registeredÂ CiderPress as shareware. Now, even more people will benefit from this essential application, and maybe someone will even take on the task ofÂ porting itÂ toÂ Mac OS X. (hint hint)Â A lot of people wouldÂ love to […]
NadaNet getting server enhancements
Michael J. Mahon (pre)announced on comp.sys.apple2 that he’s finishing up a server for his NadaNet project. It sounds exciting and we’re looking forward to seeing it’s release.
A.P.P.L.E. announces 2007 Apple II Programming Contest
A.P.P.L.E. is once again sponsoring an Apple II programming competition to encourage developmentÂ activity in the community. This is a great opportunity to have fun coding and win some nifty prizes at the same time. Contest press release, rulesÂ and other details below.
March 2007 edition of The Lamp! available
Lyle Syverson has published the March 2007 edition of The Lamp!, a monthly collection of postings and news from A2Central’s message areas. Our FTP server contains text, Appleworks and Hypercard versions of The Lamp! for your convenience.
February 2007 1MHz! The Apple II Podcast now available
TheÂ February edition of 1MHz! The Apple II Podcast, is now available for download from Carrington Vanston’s website or as a free podcast subscription from the iTunes store.
IIGS Explorer site returns, now Firefox compatiable
Matt Portune’s IIGS Explorer site is back online. To use the site, you’ll have to use Internet Explorer with ActiveX enabled (that means Windows users only). UPDATE: Matt has added Firefox support via a plug-in! Now the “rest of us” can play! Thanks Matt!