Category: Apple III

Washington Apple Pi Apple /// DVD Now Public Domain

An announcement on the Apple II Scans website brought word that Dave Ottlani, creator of the Washington Apple PI Apple /// DVD, has made the entire collection public domain.   He released this collection “so that the information there can be freely accessed.” You can read the announcement in its entirety at: http://apple2scans.net/apple-iii/washington-apple-pi-apple-dvd/ You can download […]

Apple /// Dealer Docs Posted Online

Mike Maginnis has posted a nice collection of Apple /// Dealer docs online in PDF Format.  The collection, which he recently acquired, contains a number of interesting items including the original announcement of ListServe /// as well as a letter from David Fradlin talking about the Apple ///.  Mike has posted them because as he […]

ADTPro 1.1.5 Released

by A.P.P.L.E. Staff The Apple II software imaging software, ADTPro has once again been updated.  The current version handles Apple II’s and Apple ///’s and works over either Cassette port audio cables, Ethernet or Serial connection.  The new version includes the following features: New functionality: * [Client] Implemented native assembly ProDOS selector/ launcher eliminating the […]

/// Cheers! — Author’s Guide

/// CHEERS! enthusiastically and (well)  cheerfully  welcomes  articles  and programs from potential authors — we want to read stuff from other people! We  are  interested in how-to-do-it articles, hardware/software reviews, use notes on popular  applications  software,  and  programs  in  any  languages supported  on  the  ///.   Particular emphasis is given to programs that are instructive, and/or […]

Threesies: New Products and News

WHAT AN APPLE /// CAN DO? Wave this Apple Computer publication under the nose of those who ask. For $3.00 you get 96 pages of product descriptions, software supplier names and addresses, and a list of software by application category. Available from your dealer or Apple Computer. Make sure you get the latest issue, released […]

/// Cheers! — The Five “W”s

By Dave Lingwood In Journalism classes long ago I had drilled into me the five “W”s of reporting: “who, what, where, when, and why?” Since my purpose here is to describe /// Cheers, I figured what the heck … Here goes: WHO? /// Cheers is brought to you by A.P.P.L.E., Apple PugetSound Program Library Exchange, […]