The November 2011 episode of Open Apple, the only co-hosted Apple II
podcast, is now available!
This month, Mike and I talk with Melissa Barron, the Apple II
community’s famed tapestry artist. We three relate their experiences
exploring the past and future of computer media at conventions and
museums in Chicago and Rochester, exploring the methods used to create
and preserve history. Further tributes are made to Steve Jobs, while
Mike Westerfield reclassifies old BASIC tools and releases new ones.
Lord British’s Texas mansion is up for sale — a fitting home for
Vintage Computer Festival Southwest? We debate various models of
floppy drives and are wary of fake and expensive Apple II computers on
eBay but excited about new e-books and iOS apps of interest to
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