Don’t have enough retro reading material? Never fear, the new Paleotronic magazine has you covered! Chris Torrence’s Assembly Lines podcast does a video review of the new magazine from down under. Watch here!
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Chris Torrence comes to us once again with an interesting Assembly Language problem. Wizardry, one of the early Apple RPG’s, on the Apple II and II plus runs normally, however, running it on the Apple IIe causes an issue with the computer switching to 80 column mode and causing weird issues with the displayed text. […]
Chris torrence has announced the availability of the latest rendition of his Assemnbly Lines Pod Cast. Edition # 41 covers ProDOS 2.4.1 and the Bitsy Bye disassembly. You can listen to the Assembly Lines Pod Cast at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-_6P_a5C4Z0 or by subscribing to Chris Torrence’s YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrnCRkPLoXXzTtWX9dBJsnA
In the Assembly Lines Podcast #18, Chris Torrence displayed the capabilities of the Apple II based Web Server. For those wanting to install their own, you will want to meander over to David Schmenk’s PLASMA Source page. David has made the source code available as part of the samples package for PLASMA. Web Server Source […]
Assembly Lines: The Complete Book has been released. Roger Wagner’s Assembly Lines was an important information source for many programmers in the 1980’s. The article ran in Softtalk magazine over 33 issues. Chris Torrence has edited and published this book in close coordination with Roger Wagner under the Creative Commons 2.0 license and it is […]