Eric Shepherd of A2Central.com has received his LANceGS card. We’ll have a first look article about the card within the next 24 hours.
a2central.com will host a webcam located on the Avila College campus during KFest next week! We don’t know yet where it will be located (and it’s possible there might be more than one). The webcam’s page will go live in a couple of days, at https://www.a2central.com/features/y2kfest/kfestcam.
Our new poll?the last before KFest begins next week?asks what you think the mystery hardware demo will be.
KFesters rejoice! Avila College has moved us to Carondelet dormitory, and we will have the entire building to ourselves. No soccer kids this year!
An online petition has been started to ask software publishers and copyright holders to release their obsolete or discontinued software as freeware. Please consider signing the petition online.
GShisen author Kelvin Sherlock is offering a $50 cash prize to the winner of the GShisen tournament that will be held at KFest next week, adding an exciting new element to what should be a fun event!
The KFest schedule has been finalized! You can read it here!
Failure Magazine’s web site has a fascinating interview with Steve Wozniak.
The classic sea strategy war game, The Ancient Art of War At Sea, has been reclassified as freeware! This game for 8-bit Apple II systems is a great game and A2Central.com thanks the Lost Classics Project for its efforts toward its release. You can download this two-disk game at http://www.gno.org/pub/apple2/prodos/games/strategy.
Glen Bredon, a prolific author of Apple II software, including the popular Merlin assembler and the even more popular ProSEL and ProSEL-16 utility packages, passed away suddenly on May 8. Glen was a kind man and a great Apple II programmer, and we think we all owe him a debt of gratitude. Our condolences to his family and loved ones.