Category: Vintage

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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 […]

A MicroDrive Turbo Rebuild

Chris Morrison has posted an interesting new item to his VintageGeek Blog this past couple of weeks. He takes the viewers on a ride through the ups and downs of building a MicroDrive Turbo card for the Apple IIgs using images from the Alex Lee curated WITA2GS website as well as the utility CiderPress running […]

Apple-1 Emulator on The Supercon Badge

When Hackaday held their Supercon, they gave electronic badges to all of the attendees.   Well, this in turn has produced a number of hacks and additions, including this one which caught out eye — An Apple-1 Emulator running on the badge https://hackaday.io/project/3620-l-star-software-defined-6502-computer/log/155608-l-star-as-a-supercon2018-badge-add-on Please follow and like us:

KbooHK WDrive floppy emulator – first look

The Apple II floppy emulator options have been shrinking lately, with availability being limited to a few devices. From the CFFA 3000 last run to most other devices deprecated, there’s only two or three available right now. That’s why KbooHK coming into the Apple II community is quite welcome, and their product promises a great […]