Category: Vintage

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SIM8800 Now Runs BASIC and Chess

Charles Mangin has announced an update to his SIM8800 Altair Emulator for the Apple II. SIM8800 is a graphical version of the Apple80 Altair Emulator by Dann McCreary and shows the standard Altair “lights” in low resolution graphics on the Apple II screen. The Update to SIM8800 includes the a menu giving the emulator ability […]

Nishida Radio Site Returns

For those in the Apple community who were wondering what happened to the Nishida Radio site, it is now back online. Nishida Radio, run by Apple II hobbyist, Koichi Nishida, is well known for their Video adapters for the Apple IIGS as well as their UNISDISK Air storage and wireless card for the Apple II […]

The Mac plus 35 Years

This morning, I saw a post from Tim Cook which caused me to take pause of what I was doing and reminisce a bit. 35 years ago, I was a young computer lab technician working in the college computer lab, supporting 100 Apple II systems on a Corvus Network. We began receiving new computers in […]

Cassette Recovery Software Released

Christopher Mosher has released a software package which allows a more precise recovery method of recovering Cassette tapes with data on them. Being as most of the tapes created for computers with cassette interfaces were created in the 1970’s the quality of the tapes and the data recovered from them can be quite problematic. But […]