Juiced.GS, the last remaining Apple II publication in print, announced at KansasFest 2010 that it will continue to publish in 2011. Subscriptions and renewals for its sixteenth annual volume are currently being accepted. Prices are $19 for United States customers and $26 for international. Acknowledging the history behind its status as the longest-running Apple II […]
ReactiveMicro to sell limited run of Mockingboards
Good news for Apple II enthusiasts looking for a Mockingboard. Henry Courbis of ReactiveMicro wrote in let us know that a small run of cloned Mockingboard “C” boards should be available in the store soon. These boards are identical to the Mockingboard clones sold under the GSE-Reactive brand a few years ago. Pricing was not […]
Pre-orders open for Apple 1 cassette interface replica
Mike Willegal wrote in to announce he was taking pre-orders for his Apple 1 cassette interface. We’re a bit late posting it here, as we received it during the Pre-KFest rush. Mike’s complete announcement is attached: Fellow Apple 1 and II fans, Many of you may know that I have been working on a replica […]
KansasFest 2010 Keynote posted
Courtesy of Ken Gagne, we now present the KansasFest 2010 Keynote featuring Mark Simonsen of Beagle Bros. Mark Simonsen’s keynote speech at KansasFest 2010 from Ken Gagne on Vimeo.
Apple II History site receives makeover
Dr. Steven Weyhrich announced today that the Apple II History site has received a significant site update, and is now running WordPress. The new site features -=new content=- and is online right now. Check it out! Edit: We’re adding a video of Steven Weyhrich’s announcement courtesy of Ken Gagne. Apple II History redesign unveiling from […]
Legend Industries Ltd. products reclassified freeware
Tony Diaz of the Apple II Lost Classics Project announced today that Dave Heiden of Legend Industries Ltd. has generously reclassified all of Legend’s products as Freeware. All rights are being retained, and the release is applicable for non-profit, private enjoyment only. CSA2 regular Richard Jackson is credited with obtaining the reclassification and for also […]
Resource Central catalog reclassified under Creative Commons
A2Central is pleased to announce Tom Weishaar has generously reclassified the copyrights of the entire Open-Apple and Resource Central catalog to the Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution License. The following titles are covered by the reclassification: The collections will eventually be available from the Apple II Lost Classics Project.
KansasFest 2010 – Friday
After having missed the first 24 hours or so of this yearâ€™s festivities (including what I understand was an excellent keynote speech), I quickly settled in to the late-July routine here at Rockfest: presentations, impromptu hallway brainstorming sessions, and late-night runs to restaurants of dubious quality. By Friday morning, the effects of sleep deprivation are […]
KansasFest 2010 â€” Thursday
Thursday was the first full day of sessions, and we were excited to see what the presenters would come up with this year. Peter Neubauer started us off with a presentation on Macrosoft, an Applesoft-like programming language that allows one to achieve machine language speed without having to write assembly code. Peter used Macrosoft to […]
Ewen Wannop releases SAM2
In case you missed the announcements in Juiced.GS or Usenet newsgroup comp.sys.apple2, prolific Apple IIGS programmer Ewen Wannop has released a new version of Spectrum Automated Mailer, or SAM2. Ewen’s complete announcement is attached.