Posted inAuction

Seen on eBay: Steve Jobs’s Apple IIe?

Could it really be Steve Jobs’s personal Apple IIe? The auction description is vague and doesn’t offer much in the way of documentation or even pictures of the machine. Check it out for yourself on eBay auction 150822390887. If you want it, it can be yours for a mere 45K USD (negotiable) and $35 shipping […]

Posted inGeneral, People

Woz hired to advise Jobs biopic

According to this Reuters report, Apple cofounder Steve Wozniak has been hired to act as an advisor on the new Steve Jobs biopic.  No, not that one.  This is the film currently being written by Aaron Sorkin and backed by Sony Pictures.  Woz’s role is being described as that of “tutor” for the technical aspects […]

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A2Central Updates

We’re obviously a few days behind on the news here at A2Central… Ok, a week… or two.  Anyway, life sometimes happens and it’s sure been happening around here lately, but we wanted to let you know that things are returning to what passes for normal around these parts, and more regular updates should resume shortly. […]

Posted inPodcasts

Open Apple podcast #15

This month on Open Apple, Mike and Ken chat with David Finnigan, proprietor of the Mac GUI Web site and author of the upcoming book, The New Apple II User’s Guide. Our eyes are caught by another new book release, The Best of Creative Computing: Volume 3, as well as the upcoming biopic based on […]

Posted inProduct News, Programming, Software

Daniel Kruszyna releases sixtyfive assembler

From Daniel’s comp.sys.apple2 post: I wrote a forth style Apple II cross assembler: http://krue.net/sixtyfive/ sixtyfive is a forth style assembler. It’s only been tested with gforth, but I’m open to adding support for others if it’s not too much trouble. sixtyfive supports 6502, 65c02, and 65c816 opcodes. sixtyfive can output a limited set of OMF […]