Discounted early-bird registration for KansasFest ends on June 1 (this Sunday). It’s pretty simple: Register before then at http://www.kansasfest.org/registration/. You’ll get the usual awesome sessions, camaraderie, keynote from Margot Comstock, and good times, and you’ll have more money in your pocket than your buddies who wait a day. The registration price with a room will […]
Vince Briel’s Replica 1 10th Anniversary limited edition boards have sold out, but the same design is available now as the ‘Replica 1 Plus’. The only things that are different on this board are the color (green vs. red) and the silk-screened name. The Replica 1 Plus is available assembled for USD $199, or as […]
David Schmidt has announced ADTPro has reached version 2.0.0 It is time for the Wide protocol to see the light of day. Version 2.0.0 has been released, and it’s a doozy (at least from the internals point of view). Many of the underlying subsystems were ripped-and-replaced, from the basic block transport to the Apple ///’s […]
His appearance at KansasFest 2013 and recent write up on the development of Integer BASIC notwithstanding, Woz has spent much of his time recently battling the FCC’s controversial new net “neutrality” policies and generally looking to the future. This is understandable of course – you can only tell the same stories of the company’s early […]
Today is the Apple ///’s 34th birthday, and Em Maginnis has used this auspicious date to announce he is starting a new podcast with fellow Apple /// enthusiast Paul Hagstrom. Dedicated to the (you guessed it) Apple /// computer, the ‘Drop /// Inches’ podcast is named tongue in cheek after the infamous troubleshooting step used […]
The real question is, ‘what would you do with 16 megabytes of auxiliary RAM?’ Well, there’s AppleWorks (but it only recognizes 1.5MB) and only a few other programs like SuperCalc that can adequately justify adding more than 1MB of RAM to your Apple IIe. Sure, you can also add a print spooler and a RAM […]
Charles Mangin sure has been having fun with his 3D printer. Last month, his SD card reader disguised as a Disk II drive made waves in the community and now he’s followed it up with this totally awesome thing: Yes, it’s a Raspberry Pi case designed to look like an Apple IIe. Mangin explains: Each […]
BASIC, that simple language that was an integral part of the Apple II experience for so many fans, turns 50 this month and to help celebrate, Woz has contributed a nice little memoir about how he wrote Integer BASIC from scratch.