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MacGUI announces prize winners for Apple II photo contest
Prize Winners for Apple II Photo Contest At last, the 14 photo entries for last month’s Retro Apple II Photo Contest have been judged, leaving us with a first prize winner for an Uthernet II, a second prize winner for free shipping on the same, and three honorable mentions. To keep everything fair, the judge […]
Retro Apple II Photo Contest, win an Uthernet II
What do you love most about using an Apple II? Probably that it’s an open system, will expand only to the limits of your imagination, and that it’s straightforward to understand and program. But be honest: you probably also love the retro feel of the machine: the curves, the glow of the CRT, the sounds […]
Simon D. Williams announced it’s time for RetroChallenge 2009! Let’s make sure the Apple II Community is well represented this year. Attention all retrocomputing enthusiasts! RetroChallenge 2009 is officially slated to run from July 1st to 31st, 2009. RetroChallenge is a fairly informal “contest” whose sole aim is to encourage owners of obsolete systems to […]
RetroChallenge 2008 announced
Simon D. WilliamsÂ hasÂ announced RetroChallenge 2008 will kick off onÂ July 1st, 2008.Â It’s time for all you alpha-geeks to pull out your best hacks, and demonstrate your retrocomputing enthusiast credentials. Simon’s announcement is attached.
RetroChallenge Winter Warm-up 2008
Simon Williams wrote in to announce the RetroChallenge Winter Warm-up 2008 is about to commence on January 1st, 2008! This is your opportunity to share your cool Apple II hacks, projects and/or otherwise demonstrate your retro-enthusiast computing skills (how retro geeky are you, really?). Get involved and show the community what we already know — […]
Join the second annual Retrochallenge
If you push your classic computer to the limits to fulfill your everyday needs, prove it! The second annual Retrochallenge provides a means for scoring your classic computer usage to find out just how retro you really are.