Bob Tripp wrote in today to let us know that the What’s Where in the Apple eBook has been released: The job was much more difficult that anticipated due to OCR difficulties with the old-style pseudo line-printer fonts; the work required to convert the Atlas/Gazetteer from the original “messy” format to a simplified, easier to […]
Shrink-Fit X, Kelvin Sherlock’s utility for opening and extracting NuFX (ShrinkIt) files on OS X, has been updated to version 1.1. Â This new release adds support for AppleSingle and Binary II archives. Â Get it now in the MacÂ App Store.
Jeff Atwood, who blogs at ‘Coding Horror’ recalls his teenage hacker years (which many of us can identify with) hacking, phreaking and pirating software with his Apple II and the subsequent tangle with the law and how it changed his life.
In response to some user queries about the status of the Age of Reason BBS, sysop Gene Buckle yesterday posted to the comp.sys.apple2 newsgroup that he had finally pulled the plug on the long-running board. Here’s the text of Gene’s post: Sorry folks, I finally pulled the plug on it and turned the hardware over […]
Hot on the heels of last week’s update, Brendan Robert has released another Java Apple Computer Emulator (JACE) build. Â This release contains a number of new and exciting features, as well as a few bug fixes: (2012-08-02) This is a HUGE feature release and also fixes a few old bugs. All in all, this is […]