Mike Maginnis posted a note today on CSA2 about the COmputist Project being dead. In reality, the project has been combined with a number of other projects run by Mike Maginnis to create a new website. Mike’s note is contained below: First, the Computist Project is dead… It’s been static since 2006 and the website […]
Apple Computer Australia are making arrangements for the appointment of Control Data Australia as its third-party maintenance organisation in Australia. The agreement will result in users having access to a nation-wide on-site maintenance service. Control Data will install and maintain Apple II , Apple /I and Lisa computers and peripherals, including printers and video monitors. […]
Apple Inc has been awarded a preliminary injunction against a Las Angeles distributor of one of the copies of the Apple II computer being sold in the US. A judge of the US District Court in California enjoined Formula International, distributor of the “Pineapple” computer, from copying or selling any of Apple’s copyrighted software in […]
Welcome to the first issue of “The Australian Apple Review” . This will be a magazine by and for users of Apple computers in this country. As well as we can estimate, there are over 20,000 Apple computers in Australia today, easily enough to support a magazine. Our decision to launch the magazine was not […]
……is the name of a new monthly newsletter published by Apple Computer, Inc. The first issue (May 1978) was literally packed with good information and programming hints. If you did not get your copy int he mail, be sure to contact your Apple dealer.
By Val J. Golding At the top of the list is Apple Computer’s new Basic programming manual. This falls just short of being a masterpiece. It is well written and easy to understand, even for a novice like this writer and is printed in a small, easy to handle spiral binding. It starts by introducing […]