Vince Briel has put up a preorder page for those that want to join in on the initial beta run for his cassette interface board for the Replica-1. The total run is limited to 25 units, so head on over if you want to live on the bleeding edge of Apple 1 technology and help […]
1977 version of Apple Blue Book
Steve Weyhrich has made available a PDF of the 1977 edition of Apple’s first Applesoft manual, the Blue Book, on his Apple II History website. He also offers the 1978 edition and the later Red Book.
For anyone still waiting for your CFFA3000 to arrive in the mail, here’s something to help tide you over. Blake Patterson of the Byte Cellar has posted a nice write-up and demo video of the highly-regarded Apple II card in action. Â Check it out here.
Bluetooth on the Apple II – proof of concept
One of the more exciting bits of news to come out of KansasFest was Alex Lukazi’s successful experimentation with Bluetooth on the Apple II. Read about his collaboration with Vince Briel and others to pull off this amazing feat. We look forward to continued developments over the next year.
New JACE build released
Brendan Robert has released a new build of the Java Apple Computer Emulator (JACE). Â According to Brendan’s post to comp.sys.apple2, this build includes the following: +New MetaCheat function lets you search for memory locations and alter them in the runtime.Â It’s also really useful for snooping on memory as well. Â +2MG disk support now […]
Juiced.GS in 2013, digital back issues, wall calendar
Juiced.GS announced at KansasFest 2012 that it will continue its streak as the longest-running print publication dedicated to the Apple II with an eighteenth volume, to be printed in 2013. Subscriptions are now being accepted at $19 for destinations in the USA, $24 for Canada and Mexico, and $27 elsewhere in the world. Wondering how […]
KansasFest 2012 Media
The first media from KansasFest 2012 have been posted. Â The videos can be viewed at thisÂ Vimeo page, and the KansasFest page has links to the various attendeeÂ galleries.
ADTPro 1.2.2 released
David Schmidt has released the latest version of the do-it-all disk image transfer utility, ADTPro.Â Version 1.2.2 includes the following updates: 1.2.2 – July 22, 2012 New functionality: Â Â [Server] ShrinkIt “SDK” disk images are recognized and dealt with as any other disk image Bug fixes: Â Â [Client] A bug was introduced in 1.2.1 due […]
Melissa Barron’s unique floppy disk sleeves
If you are subscribed to Juiced.GS, you’re one of the lucky people who received not only another issue of great Apple II content, but a 5.25? floppy disk containing the recently-releasedÂ DriftÂ demos, as well. Â The disks came in hand-made floppy jackets designed by Apple II artistÂ Melissa Barron, and yesterday, she posted to herÂ
Spectrum and other titles reclassified
From Ewen Wannopâ€™s posting earlier this morning: As my contribution to KFest ’12, I am reclassifying all my commercial software. From now on, all my commercial titles that have been sold by Syndicomm are now Freeware, and can be downloaded either from Syndicomm at no cost, or from my own web site: http://www.wannop.info/speccie The titles […]