Thanks to Ken Gagne for the heads up on this story. We wanted to get in touch with Apple enthusiast groups everywhere, because of our forthcoming bookâ€”sure to be of interest to anyone who enjoys Apple and â€˜70s Silicon Valley historyâ€”The First Apple. Itâ€™s the nonfiction account of the Apple-1, the first computer produced by […]
If you’re planning to attend KansasFest this year, this is your reminder that early registration discounts and event t-shirt ordering will expire after May 31st. Attendance is UP this year, as regulars and several new attendees alike converge for the largest gathering of Apple II enthusiasts in the world. Be there or regret it forever.
If you find yourself in jolly ol’ England this summer, say between the dates of June 8th and July 28th, be sure to stop in at the Furtherfield Gallery’s McKenzie Pavillion in London and personally see Melissa Barron’s Glitch screencapture weavings on display as part of the Glitch Moment/ums exhibit.
The Raspberry Pi (RPi) is becoming a phenomenal hacker’s tool for retrocomputing enthusiasts, and the Apple II Community is no exception in benefiting from this tiny but potent little computer. Previously, we’ve covered Ivan Drucker’s fabulous A2SERVER, the ‘server in a can’ that provides a file server and network boot host for Apple IIGS and […]
This month on Open Apple, Mike and Ken chat with famed demo programmer Daniel Kruszyna, aka krüe. We chat about @party, the upcoming fourth annual demoparty to be held in recently beleaguered Boston, and how even non-programmers will find plenty to like. The first of three movies based on the life of Steve Jobs is […]
You may recall from our prior Prince of Persia coverage that Jason Scott and Tony Diaz helped Jordon Mechner resurrect the PoP source code from Mechner’s old disks and upload it to Github. Recently, Jason Scott posted a follow-up on Facebook’s Apple II Enthusiasts group about the efforts of PoP fan Adam Green. Here’s Jason’s […]