Ewen Wannop has posted the following announcement: The British Apple Systems User Group, renamed in 1986 to Apple2000, ran continuously from 1981 to 1992, and was the National Apple User Group for the UK. Over that period of time, they published regular magazines and other publications, much of which may not have been seen outside […]
The Seattle Retro-Computing Society has announced its inaugural meeting at the Living Computer Museum on Saturday, June 25, 2011.Â If you attend, drop us a line — we’d love to hear all about it.Â Meeting details and a map can be found at SRCS web page.
At the June 1996 Gravenstein User Group meeting, Joe Kohn gave a demonstration of the Mark Twain — the Apple IIGS “ROM4” prototype that Apple Computer chose not to bring to market. The presentation has been in limbo for all these years, until now. As part of preserving Joe Kohn’s legacy of distinguished service to […]
Brutal Deluxe has made available the last three issues of Apple’s Contact newsletter from 1978 and 1979, as well as the 32-page Best of Contact ’78. The Apple Bibliography on page 30 is filled with classic early article references on the Apple II, such as: Wozniak, Stephen, “Sweet 16: the 6502 Dream Machine”, Byte 2, […]
The Princeton Apple Users Group will meet on Friday, September 8th, at 7:30 in David Ciotti’s basement.
The Princeton Apple Users Group will meet on Friday, August 11th, at 7:30 in David Ciotti’s basement.
The Princeton Apple II Users Group meets tonight, Friday, July 14, at 7:30 PM in Dave Ciotti’s basement. The meeting will focus on maintenance issues for Mac OS X, but, as always, Apple II users are welcomed!
The Princeton Apple Users Group will meet on Friday, May 12th, at 7:30 in David Ciotti’s basement.
The April meeting of PAUG will take place starting at 7:30 PM on Friday, April 14th, in Dave Ciotti’s basement. The meeting will center around “iTunes for iDiots,” but Apple II users are always welcome.
Join PAUG on Friday, December 9th, at the usual time in Dave Ciotti’s basement for the final meeting of the year! As is the tradition, the meeting will include a holiday party, so please bring along a cake or cookie dish to share with the members. Dave will supply soda, coffee, and apple cider. A number of Mac demos are planned, including Apple’s new Photo Booth program, Imaginator, Teleport, and ExhibitionX, but Apple II users are always welcome!