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Category: Apple Computing
Apple Products from the current generation of items.
The dates for the 2020 rendition of the Vintage Computer Festival Pacific Northwest have been announced. When: Saturday, March 21st and Sunday, March 22nd 2020 (Load-in on Friday, March 20th, 2020)Where: Living Computers:Museum in Seattle, Washington If you would like to attend or to be a vendor or exhibitor at the event, check out the VCF PNW webpage […]
A fragment from the lost manual of the Order of Nox Archaist Ages ago a group of philosopher adventurers discovered a powerful energy emanating from deep underground. They learned to harness this energy with their minds and project it to kinetic and psychological effect, which we now call magic. They called themselves the Order of […]
Across the digital prairie, over in the Apple II Software Enthusiasts Facebook group it feels like it’s the 1980’s all over again. The group is sponsoring a “two-liners” contest, where Apple II programmers, hackers, and other lovers of code are challenged to cram as much fun or purpose into two lines of either Applesoft or […]
From the europlus zone blog: I’m very happy to announce the date for the next WOzFest, WOzFest 14.25045 MHz – Saturday 23 November 2019, starting around midday Sydney time (UTC+11:00). The theme for WOzFest 14.25045 MHz is the Apple ][ europlus, my favourite Apple ][! More generally, international Apple ][s (including the j-plus, which I have just […]
Greetings everybody! The RetroChallenge is now calling for entries in the RC2019/10 competition (1st-31st October, 2019). Time to get you thinking caps on and come up with a retro inspired project and join in the fun with other contestants blogging, tweeting, and generally having fun. If you haven’t joined in before, pop on over to […]