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Juiced.GS Volume 19, Issue 4 now available

Volume 19, Issue 4 (Dec 2014) of Juiced.GS, the longest-running Apple II publication in print, is now arriving in subscribers’ mailboxes. This issue features an interview with Karl Roelofs, original co-creator of the Apple IIGS game Shadowgate; the Retro Computing Roundtable‘s holiday gift guide for retrocomputing enthusiasts; Ivan Drucker’s tutorial for using Magic Goto; a […]

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Mike Willegal shares VCF repair/maintenance presentations

Mike Willegal is one of the most knowledgeable hardware hackers in the community. So when Mike shares his accumulated wisdom, it’s probably something you’ll want to snag for your own reference library. Check out Mike’s ‘Apple II Repair Tips‘ page and also his recent VCF presentations in PDF format. General Troubleshooting Apple II Maintenance Good […]

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Roger Wagner’s ‘Assembly Lines: The Complete Book’ re-released under Creative Commons

Announced by Chris Torrence via Usenet Comp.Sys.Apple2 Assembly Lines: The Complete Book is now available! The book contains all 33 of Roger Wagner’s articles from Softalk magazine, as well as appendices on the 6502 instruction set, zero-page memory usage, and a beginner’s guide to using the Merlin Assembler. The book is currently available for 40% […]

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Andy McFadden updates CiderPress and NuLib2

After several years of quiet bit-rot, CiderPress and NuLib2 have received a new coat of paint. Both projects are now in git repositories on, migrated from their CVS repositories on NuLib2 still lives at, with sources in CiderPress has a new github-hosted domain,, and its sources are at The […]