Juiced.GS Volume 13, Issue 1 (March 2008) shipped today to all subscribers. This issue features an interview with Dan Budiac, who bought an Apple IIc off eBay for $2,553; a review of the MicroDrive/Turbo card from ReactiveMicro.com; a retrospective on Peter Watson’s development of the popular MUG! NDA; the conclusion (for now) of Ewen Wannop‘s […]
Arnim Sauerbier porting LinApple to Nokia Internet Tablets
Arnim Sauerbier wrote in to share that he has ported LinApple to run on Nokia’s Linux-based Internet Tablets. Now he’s looking for high-quality audio samples of the Disk II performing various operations. Check out Arnim’s e-mail, attached below, and help him out if you can.
Anatomy of an Apple IIc
Dan Budiac certainly has made the Apple IIc popular! PC World â€” which has previously ranked the Apple II as both the greatest PC of all time and the second best tech product ever â€” today published a photo gallery entitled “Anatomy of an Icon: Inside the Apple IIc“, in which they dissect what they […]
New CFFA card firmware under development; 6th batch of cards on the way
Rich Dreher’s compact flash card for the Apple II continues to improve. The new version 2.0 firmware is expected to offer a 25% improvement in read/write performance, a built-in user configurable menu, and several other interesting features. The firmware will be incorporated into the new run of cards, but good news for folks with 4th […]
A2Unplugged show #0024 released
Ryan Suenaga presents A2Unplugged, show #0024. This episode is entitled “Toolbox Programming in Pascal”. A2Unplugged can be freely downloaded from the podcast’s web site, or subscribed to from the Apple iTunes store.
More 16 Sector riddles
Tony Diaz’s new site, 16 Sector has been updated; it contains new product silhouettes, hintsÂ and insider humor. The page title now reads “SCSI? Where we’re going, we don’t need SCSI.” and “The Vespa Lives! – But the Vespa is cold…” which for KansasFest attendees is an obvious reference to Carrington Vanston, of 1MHz!Â — Carrington rode […]
February 2008 1 MHz podcast now available
Carrington Vanston, host of the Apple II podcast 1 MHz, has released his 11th episode. Dated as February 2008, this is the first episode of 1 MHz since before KansasFest 2007. Available from the show’s Web site or via iTunes, this episode covers these topics and more: How much is a new, unopened IIc worth…and […]
A2Central.com – Your total source for Apple II computing. » ReactiveMicro announces Transwarp GS upgrades, 18MHz possible
Henry S. Courbis of ReactiveMicro.com sent me an e-mail about a new Transwarp GS upgrade service he’s about to roll out. Apparently, he has worked out all the voodoo to reliably upgrade most stock TWGS boards from 6.25Mhz/7MHz to a stable 18MHz, or even 18.75MHz (some make it, some don’t). The upgrade requires a processor […]