Month: July 2010

Updates! We has updates!

Going through the emails that I have accumulated in the past ten years, I’ve mined some gold that has been languishing in my archive: Update to Chapter 17, by adding a little more information about the Logo language on the Apple II and IIGS….

Micro, The 6502 Journal

Bill Martens and his friends at the Apple Archive page have uploaded another great collection. The full run of Micro, from 1977 to 1984 is now available to download and view. You can read a short synopsis of it from my history here, but…

Got Blue?

Thanks to the dedicated efforts of Gerry Doire, I’ve had a beautiful copy of the classic Apple II “Red Book” manual available for download for quite a while. He actually re-tooled most of the pages in that book to make it look classic, but…

Hardware ad gallery opens, too!

Also completed the start of ads for classic Apple II hardware from the early 1980s! See the page here. [singlepic id=415 w=320 h=240 float=left] [singlepic id=427 w=320 h=240 float=right]

Software ad gallery opens

Another group of pictures are ready for viewing. If you were reading Softalk back in the early 1980s, you saw some of these ads repeated constantly. Enjoy the nostalgia, and view the page here. [singlepic id=347 w=320 h=240 float=left] [singlepic id=367 w=320 h=240 float=right]

Softalk gallery opens

Trying to follow through on my promise of offering some new content, I have now begun a project of scanning interesting information from Softalk magazine. My collection starts in September 1981 and (with only a couple of missing issues) runs through the very end…

KansasFest 2010 concludes

I was unable to attend, but I had a brief opportunity to announce this newly revised website to the attendees at KansasFest 2010. The keynote speech was done by Mark Simonsen of Beagle Bros, and is available to view at A2Central.com.

New look!

After nearly ten years of managing this site with standard tools, I’ve got it translated into a different platform. WordPress will provide the flexibility to do updates and additions more easily than in the past. For previous visitors to the Apple II History site,…