Roger Johnstone of New Zealand has created a new PS/2 mouse adapter card for the Apple II computer. A prototype will be demonstrated at KansasFest in July. Orders will be taken; pricing will be under US $30, and cards will be shipped via air mail. Be sure to be at KansasFest to check it out; […]
Our friends at AtariArchives.org have made the complete text of this book by Richard Mansfield available online with the author’s permission.Published in 1984 by Compute! Books, this volume is the sequel to Machine Language For Beginners, which is already available on the site. This book takes the reader step-by-step through the process of developing a […]
Ken Gagne, the Master of Ceremonies of the KansasFest roast for the third year in a row, has announced the roster of roasters for this year’s event. The victim of honor is programmer Geoff Weiss, of Spectrum Internet Suite fame. Taking part in his brutal humiliation will be Richard Bennett-Forrest, author of the Marinetti TCP/IP […]
Howard Katz has posted the July, 2003 issue of Apple II News & Notes, the freely-redistributable newsletter about all things Apple II.
Jeri Ellsworth, the creator of the C-One configurable computer, is working on a design for a USB interface card for the Apple II. She’ll be bringing her design to KansasFest to get Apple II programmers involved in creating firmware and drivers for the card.If you’re an Apple II programming wiz and want to pitch in, […]
Back in the late 1980’s, I was an avid Apple II gamer. I had a IIe and my best friend had an Apple IIGS. Having seen very little IIGS specific software, I came to the conclusion that the IIGS was just a glorified IIe with the ability to change color of the text, background and […]