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Brutal Deluxe is fEDD up!

October 1st, 2012 – Antoine Vignau and Olivier Zardini, founders of Brutal Deluxe Software, are proud to introduce their newest software to the Apple II community.  “I’m fEDD up” is Brutal Deluxe’s second answer to nowadays preservation of 5.25″ diskettes on the Apple II. Its main features are: Essential Data Duplicator compatible If Utilico Microware’s […]

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Melissa Baron’s “73H 0r3g0n 7r41L” glitch screenprints now available

Daniel Kruszyna (AKA Krue) today made the following announcement on comp.sys.apple2.marketplace: Melissa Barron has made available screenprints of glitches she encountered while working on her 73H 0r3g0n 7r41L project. You can find the prints at Melissa’s Etsy store: Here is a video of the presentation she gave about 73H 0r3g0n 7r41L at Kfest 2010: […]

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Brutal Deluxe’s DeluxeWare CD-ROM reclassified

Apple IIGS French programming super-group announced that their DeluxeWare CD-ROM has been reclassified as freeware.  The text of their press release follows. Paris, September 11st, 2012 – Brutal Deluxe’s DeluxeWare CD-ROM now available  Antoine Vignau and Olivier Zardini are proud to announce that DeluxeWare, their CD-ROM released in 1996 in partnership with La Pomme Illustrée, […]

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Open Apple podcast #19 (September 2012) now available

This month on Open Apple, the Apple II community’s only co-hosted podcast, Mike and Ken chat with David Schmidt, the programmer responsible for ADTPro. Beyond his own program, David has also contributed to the development of Davex, GSport, AppleCommander, CiderPress, OpenEmulator, DiscFerret, CFFA3000 — and much, much more. Collectively, the show’s hosts marvel at the […]