Volume 19, Issue 2 (June 2014) of Juiced.GS, the longest-running Apple II publication in print, has been mailed to all subscribers. This issue features a celebration of the BASIC programming language’s fiftieth birthday; an interview with programmer Ron Graff; Charles Mangin’s introduction to using 3D printers to create Apple II parts; a behind-the-scenes look at […]
BASIC, that simple language that was an integral part of the Apple II experience for so many fans, turns 50 this month and to help celebrate, Woz has contributed a nice little memoir about how he wrote Integer BASIC from scratch.
This month in Open Apple, our intrepid co-hosts chat with Kelvin Sherlock, prolific Apple II programmer of GShisen, Silver Platter, ProFUSE, and more. Ken builds the suspense before revealing the identity of KansasFest 2012’s keynote speaker before we look at the latest Kickstarter fundraising projects that appeal to Apple II users. We ask ourselves, “Why […]
Michael Steil has produced what he calls “the first confirmed perfect dump of the 4096 bytes” that constituted the BASIC that shipped with the original Apple-1 computer. This software was recovered after Steil received a copy — in MP3 format. From his blog: The Apple I is extremely rare. Only 200 were built, and less […]