In addition to the previously-announced staffing changes, we have now selected Dain Neater to manage the A2Central.com Bulletin Board (message forum), and Cindy Adams?former Big Cheese of KFest?will handle our promotional activities.
We’ve begun selecting staff for our upcoming online service. Ryan Suenaga will serve as the Chief Sysop of the A2Central.com online service, with Eric Shepherd?owner of A2Central.com?overseeing the web site and the business itself. Kirk Mitchell has accepted the position of Real Time Conference Manager. Other positions are in the process of being filled, and we’ll continue to keep you up-to-date as we fill them.
A2Central.com will be moving to a new Internet Service Provider today to obtain higher bandwidth and more IP addresses for our upcoming additional services. You may experience outages on and off over the course of the day. They should last no longer than two or three hours, unless something unexpected happens.
Pick up the A2Central.com mug, T-shirt, or mousepad you’ve always wanted at our online merchandise store!
Due to a configuration issue with our new ISP, our servers won’t be moving to their new IP addresses today after all.
Curious what’s going on with our plans for the future? Have a look at our first A2Central.com status report, written by A2Central.com editor Eric Shepherd.
We have obtained a stock of items that were languishing in Roger Wagner’s garage, and now we’re selling them to the Apple II community for next to nothing! We have the ComputerEyes GS video capture card for only $20 including shipping within the United States. We also have some HyperStudio Quick Course books and Several […]
We’ve begun making some enhancements to the look and feel of the a2central.com site. This will come in two or three stages over the upcoming couple of months. The first stage is currently in progress. The first improvement is a simplified list of options to the left, and an improved selection at the top of […]
In order to gain exposure, and, with luck, help fund our planned growth, A2Central.com has started the first of several eBay auctions intended to get the word out, with a 1 MB RamWorks III card for the Apple //e. Visit our eBay Auctions page for more information.
a2central.com will now accept advertising even from non-Apple II related businesses, with the caveat that our advertising manager has the right to reject inappropriate ads. Ads appear in the navbar to the left, and are 100×80 pixels in GIF or JPEG format. They cost a flat fee of $35/month or $90/quarter. If you or your […]