Tag: bill martens

The Ultimate Apple ][ Fonts for Your Computer

Reviewer : Bill Martens Version : 1.0 Date : 2008/12/30 Publisher: Kreative Korporation Website : http://www.kreativekorp.com/software/fonts/apple2.shtml Category : Mac Intel / Miscellaneous / New Release Cost : Free About The Program : A young college student, Rebecca Bettencourt, has creative a beautiful rendition of the Apple II and Apple IIgs fonts. These fonts have been […]

Yule’s Christmas Quest — An A.P.P.L.E. Review

Product: Yule’s Christmas Quest. Version : 1.1 Date : 2008/12/14 Publisher: Candlestone Productions Website : http://www.candlestoneproductions.com Category : Mac Intel / Game / New Release Cost : Free About The Program : Candlestone Productions has released a nifty little Christmas game / adventure game which is directed primarily at kids. Yule’s Christmas Quest is a […]

A.P.P.L.E. Glimpses

A.P.P.L.E. Glimpses Apple Computer releases QuickTime 6 Preview Apple Computer Inc. released the latest beta version of its popular video playing software, Quicktime 6 to the public this month. While the software is expected to build upon the changes that were in the last release, it still has some distance to cover before catching up […]

Programmer’s Corner

Loading and Saving Graphics Screens on the Apple II Series Part 2 While last months article covered some nifty graphics manipulation techniques, I missed making a few points about some extremely important items which must be made in order to make our program work well. Every Apple II has some calls built in the rom […]

First Looks: The Apple XServe

A Star is Born In the world of corporate servers, there are the haves and the have-nots among manufacturers. Until 14 May 2002, Apple Computer Inc was among those have-nots. This changed with the introduction of the Apple Xserve. A server in an unusual for Apple, industry standard 19-inch rack mount 1U case, the Xserve […]

Bytes From The Apple

Every month there seems to be some new toy which just absolutely must be had. For us in the Macintosh and Apple world, those toys have come from Apple Computer, Inc. for the most part. Good, Bad, or indifferent, we have always awaited the announcements from Apple concerning the latest little gadget or computer that […]

Reflections: The Return of Call-A.P.P.L.E.

In 1981, I worked with a group of people who had begun a journey of amazing proportions. This particular group had managed to provide much of the information about the Apple computer available at the time. This information came in many forms. Software. Documentation. Even Hardware. It was only available through Apple PugetSound Program Library […]

The Northern Spy — A.P.P.L.E. is Back

Back in the late seventies and through the eighties, the quintessential user group was the Apple Puget Sound Program Library Exchange (A.P.P.L.E.) later known as TechAlliance. Based near Seattle (hence the name), A.P.P.L.E. provided its members with Apple ][ software collections at low cost, held informational seminars, and published the magazine Call-A.P.P.L.E. Steve Wozniak was […]