Syndicomm announced tonight that it has finished mailing Juiced.GS, volume 10, issue 1 to all subscribers. The issue features a 10-year retrospective of Juiced.GS, a look at the first “killer app”, VisiCalc, and much more! For a complete list of the contents, visit the Juiced.GS web site.
Ryan Suenaga, editor of Juiced.GS magazine has announced that the first issue of volume 10 will be completed at the end of February. If you haven’t renewed (or subscribed) yet, don’t forget to do so!
Syndicomm reports that Volume 9, Issue 4 of Juiced.GS magazine has been mailed to all subscribers. The new issue includes articles on building serial cables, emulation, Andrew Roughan’s work on making it possible to access the Internet through a Windows system, and writing software using Syndicomm’s SideClick contextual menu package. Other regular articles are of […]
Syndicomm today began accepting renewals for Juiced.GS magazine on its online store web site. The U.S. subscription rate has been reduced to $17, while the international subscription rate has been cut to $25.Juiced.GS is a quarterly journal covering all aspects of the Apple II, including how-to articles, programming techniques, using popular software, and reviews of […]
Due to ongoing problems Juiced.GS is having with the company that does its printing, they’ve decided to post the issue on the Web in PDF format. While the issue will still be mailed to all subscribers as usual, this will let readers catch up on the latest without having to wait any longer, while Syndicomm […]
The Juiced.GS web site has been updated with an explanation as to why subscribers in the midwest and eastern United States have yet to receive their copies of the magazine.
The latest issue of Juiced.GS, volume 9, issue 2, was mailed to international subscribers today.
Juiced.GS magazine’s latest issue has been mailed to subscribers in the United States. Issues will be mailed to international subscribers next week, once they have been received at Syndicomm headquarters.The issue features a remembrance of Gary Utter, a handy article about using ISO CD-ROM media on Apple II computers and emulators, and much more.
The latest issue of Juiced.GS magazine has mailed to international subscribers.
The first 2004 issue of Juiced.GS magazine has been mailed to US subscribers. The issue includes a look at the Marinetti Open Source Project, the continuing saga of emulator design from Richard Bennett-Forrest, reviews of three movies for geeks, and reviews of Spectrum Internet Suite 1.2 as well as a router that can be configured […]