John Matthews has posted a new release candidate of AppleCommander, the Apple II disk image utility written in Java. Several new features and bug fixes have been announced: You can download the current release candidate, at: http://sites.google.com/site/drjohnbmatthews/applecommander You can check out the latest sources from CVS, at: http://sourceforge.net/cvs/?group_id=67414 For more information, visit the AppleCommander home […]
David Schmidt announced the release of ADTPro 1.1.0 today on comp.sys.apple2. New functionality: Bug fixes:
Back in 01/07, we posted a story about Late Night BBS, a telnet-accessible Diversi-Dial system running on a Apple //e. Sadly, we’ve learned that Late Night BBS is no longer online. Adam wrote in to let us know that Diversi-Dial lives on (in emulation at least), on two systems. Check out Adam’s Cult of the […]
Tom Charlesworth has announced on comp.emulators.apple2 that AppleWin 1.15.0 Beta is now available for testing. This build provides beta support for a CP/M SoftCard in slot 5. You can download it here. UPDATE: AppleWin 184.108.40.206 has been announced.
Blake has a post on ByteCellar about the Abaton Transform, an interface card with a secret, that promised to translate Apple II software so that it would run on the Macintosh. Did it work? Apparently so.
KansasFest 2009 has been scheduled for Tuesday, July 21st through Sunday, July 26th 2009 and will once again be held at Rockhurst University, Kansas City Missouri. This will mark the 20th year for the largest annual gathering of Apple II enthusiasts in the world so plan on joining us, and compute like it’s 1979 (or […]
Our Australian friends are experiencing (albeit more seriously) the same shortage of decent RGB monitors as we are and have been busy looking into alternatives. John Co wrote in to share his latest project using a low cost, DIY component video adapter published in Silicon Chip Magazine. John’s blog post has before and after pictures, […]
Jeff Blakeney wanted to make sure everyone knew that episodes 112 and 113 of Earl Evans’ RetroBits Podcast are focused on the Apple II Plus and IIe. We love it when Earl gives our Apple II some love. Steve Weyhrich told us about this whimsical print available on t-shirt, from KarmaSoup.org. Oh, and let’s not […]
David Schmidt announced via comp.sys.apple2 that ADTPro is now running natively on the Apple /// sans a few glitches he is requesting help with. Check out David’s post (attached) and help out if you can. David deserves a lot of kudos for making ADTPro easy to use, and especially for bringing people (new and old) […]
Bill Martens wrote in with the sad news that A.P.P.L.E. founder and Apple II pioneer Val J. Golding has passed away. Our condolences go out to his family and friends. For those of you who knew Val J. Golding, the founder of A.P.P.L.E., it is with great sadness that I must announce his passing. He […]