TheÂ Apple Archives website has been overhauled with a new look, and expanded and updated links. Â The site, which is maintained by our friends over atÂ Call-A.P.P.L.E., contains a library of links to, “the best archives for Vintage Apple software that was available during the 1980’s and 1990’s. Â These sites are run by a variety of folks […]
The Eamon Adventurerâ€™s Guild Online, the place for all things Eamon on the Internet, yesterday posted screen capture images of Eamon Deluxe 5.0 in action. For those unaware, this is an effort to update and improve upon the original Eamon Deluxe. A call for playtesters went out recently and it looks like the project is […]
The January 2012 episode of Open Apple, the Apple II community’s only co-hosted podcast, is now available. This month, hosts Mike and Ken chat with David Greelish, co-host of the Retro Computing Roundtable podcast and recently published author of the book The Complete Historically Brewed. The highlight this month is David discussing with noted Apple […]
Evan Koblentz of MARCH brings us news that former Apple employee Daniel Kottke will speak at this year’s Vintage Computer Festival East 8.0. Evan writes “Dan was a college buddy of Jobs, went with him to India, built Apple 1 boards in Jobs’ parent’s garage, and worked at corporate Apple for many years.” VCF East […]
In conjunction with the recent reclassification of the Washington Apple Pi Apple /// DVD, Dave Ottalini has uploaded to his YouTube channel all ten video lessons from the Apple /// in 10 EZ Lessons DVD. Also there, is an interview Dave conducted with Andy Hertzfeld in 1988 about the Apple /// “Running Horses” demo, and […]
Egan Ford’s Apple Disk Server, which is an off-shoot of his Apple Game Server ONLINE! has been in development for a while now and has reached beta v5. Here’s a list of all the changes since the project first came online earlier this month. Jan 8, 2012 * Beta v5 released. * Extra second of […]
Dave Ottalini of the Washington Apple Pi user group announced today on Facebook that their Apple /// DVD, which formerly sold for $45, is now reclassified as public domain.Â Hereâ€™s the text of Davidâ€™s announcement: Folks – I’d like to let you know that I’ve decided to put the old Apple /// DVD into the […]
Egan Ford continues to improve his Apple Game Server ONLINE! project, releasing the latest version (0.5) today. The games available to play now numbers more than 200. According to the Change Log, v0.5 has these updates: * Boosted audio volume from 50% to 75%. * Added MON download option (Apple Monitor text for pasting into […]
Jimmy Maher over at the Digital Antiquarian is running an excellent series of articles on Infocom. Â Be sure to check out his latest, The Birth of Infocom,Â here. Â You won’t regret it.
Wow. Just wow.