Jonno Downes has released dsktool.rb 0.4.2, a command line tool and library (written in Ruby) for manipulating DSK images. The major changes in this version are: * DOS 3.3 support now read/write * NADOL support (read/write) * ProDOS support (read only) * Pascal support (read only) * Hi Res Graphics converted to PNG Jonno has […]
AppleIIGo is an Apple //e emulator written in Java, programmed by Marc S. Ressl. The latest 2.0 version is available from the AppleIIGo Project Site.
Juiced.GS Volume 12, Issue 4 (December 2007) shipped yesterday to all subscribers. This issue features an interview with music group 8 Bit Weapon, Michael J. Mahon’s tutorial on his NadaNet network, a review of CiderPress, and Spectrum author Ewen Wannop‘s look back at the cultural and technological influences on his development as a programmer. This […]
As we reported back in September, Mike Willegal has been working on his Apple ][ Rev 0 recreation project. The historic Apple II Rev 0 board had a production run of about 6000, making it one of the rarest. Mike has informed A2Central that he now has several of his DIY replica kits available for […]
Ryan Suenaga presents A2Unplugged, show #0019! In this episode, Ryan reviews a couple of identically named but very different books, “Using Appleworks GS”. A2Unplugged can be freely downloaded from the podcast’s web site, or subscribed to from the Apple iTunes store.
Meet 8 year old Lim Ding Wen, possibly the youngest Apple II programmer in the world.
We found a great post from Rich (aiiadict) on comp.sys.apple2 pointing to a Wired blog about David X. Cohen, co-creator of Futurama, being a former Apple II geek. Years ago, Cohen programmed a game he titled ‘Zoid’ that later became the inspiration for the name of Dr. Zoidberg, one of the characters from the TV […]
Ryan Suenaga presents A2Unplugged, show #0018! In this episode, Ryan continues his foray into Apple II technical books, reviewing “ProDOS, Inside and Out”. A2Unplugged can be freely downloaded from the podcast’s web site, or subscribed to from the Apple iTunes store.
At a recent panel reflecting on the history of the Commodore 64, which turned 25 this week, Steve Wozniak revealed Apple’s early ambitions to sell the Apple II to Commodore, ensuring stable jobs for Woz and Jobs. Computerworld.com has the full story.
Ryan Suenaga presents A2Unplugged, show #0017! In this episode, Ryan looks at “Beneath Apple ProDOS” and dishes the news for the Apple II community. A2Unplugged can be freely downloaded from the podcast’s web site, or subscribed to from the Apple iTunes store.