YouTube channel P-Lab has introduced OpenAI’s ChatGPT Joseph Weizenbaum’s ELIZA running on an Apple-1.
British technology news and opinion website The Register reports that another Apple-1 is about to hit the auction block. Says The Reg: This Apple-1 was acquired from Adam Schoolsky, a friend of Apple founders Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak, for $3,500 in 1994 by David Larson, a former professor at Virginia Tech. Gets your wallets […]
On May 20, 2017, another Apple-1 will hit the auction block. MacRumors reports that it will include “the original manual and documentation, the receipt for the motherboard and cassette recorder, and even a record of telephone conversations with Steve Jobs and Wozniak.” It appears to be Apple-1 #14, as detailed in Mike Willegal’s Apple-1 Registry. […]
Prolific hardware developer Mike Willegal has handed off management of his original Apple-1 clone, the Mimeo 1. The boards were first made commercially available in 2010 and “have been sold to vintage computer buffs around the world”, writes Willegal. “However, the learning part of the process, which is one of things that keeps me interested […]
The Sydney Morning Herald has a nice write-up on today, April 11th 2016, being the Apple 1’s 40th Birthday.
This Apple-1, described by Bonhams Auctions as, “in nearly perfect condition” was put up for auction in September with a starting bid of $300,000. It bears the number 01-0059, indicating it was one of the batch Apple sold to The Byte Shop. Bonhams expected the computer to go for as much as $500,000 and stated, […]
Alex Bowen’s Arduino-based Apple 1 emulator was posted on Hackaday. You can read more about his college advanced microprocessors project here.
Queue the sad trombone and read about it here.
Another rare Apple 1 has turned up for auction. This Apple 1 is verified as working (always a bonus) and will be sold by auction house Bonhams in New York, on October 22nd, 2014. The Apple 1 was acquired in 1980 by John Anderson, a founding member of the AppleSiders User Group of Cincinnati, Ohio […]
Some of you may remember my earlier work on PLASMA, the Proto Language AsSeMbler for Apple. Some of you may even know it will be the language of Lawless Legends (https://www.facebook.com/LawlessLegends). But now, with a flurry of previous concepts and new ideas developed for the LL implementation, comes PLASMA 123. Why 123? Because it runs […]