Tag: Val J. Golding

The WOZPAK Special Edition released by A.P.P.L.E.

Seattle, Washington – 23 July 2013 – Apple Pugetsound Program Library Exchange (A.P.P.L.E.) is proud to announce The WOZPAK Special Edition: Steve Wozniak’s Apple-1 & Apple II Computers.  This book has been a year long collaboration between Brian Wiser and Bill Martens and brings out the best quality and spirit of what The WOZPAK was […]

Apple Pugetsound Program Library Exchange

Originally in Apple Orchard MagazineV1N1 — March/April 1980 It is curious, in retrospect, to examine ones past and attempt to determine what went wrong or what went right. As one might surmise, there is no one single factor responsible for the current popularity of Apple Pugetsound. Certainly there was no hope or expectation on behalf of A.P.P.L.E.’s founders that the group would grow to its present strength of well over 3000, or that it would achieve the measure of acceptance that […]

What is a User Group

Originally in Apple Orchard MagazineV1N1 — March/April 1980 To define user group, we must first define user. Very simply a user is an individual who has purchased or otherwise acquired a: product. Webster defines user as “a person or thing that uses”. In the context to which we refer herein, user means an Apple II […]

The Meeting Minutes

18 July 1978 Meeting began promptly at 7:16. We again introduced ourselves in Lynnwood OMEGA’s meeting room and found 41 members attending. Tom Geer, who is recovering from a broken leg, sent word that he orders his APPLE hardware directly from APPLE in California and dispelled any contrary rumors that had been circulating. We’ve got […]


The following recipe will save you loading time on your Applesoft programs. 1. Load Applesoft 2. Do not “RUN” it. 3. Using the DEL command, delete lines 0,940, inclusiv. 4. Enter this line: 950 POKE 18,255 This will give you a preset version of Option 1, Applesoft graphics mode. 5. “SAVE” this at the beginning […]

Equipment Review: T.I. “Programmer”

The Texas Instruments Programmer is a unique calculator which provides immediate conversions from, and 4-function calculations., Base 8 (Octal), Base 10 (Decimal) and Base  16 (Hexidecimal). It will also manipulate bits in Hex and Octal modes, with One’s and Two’s, compliments, logical and, or, not and exclusive or, as well as shift left and right […]


Loosely translated, this means there can be no output without input and effort. In order to make this group a success, we need, member input in the form of both articles for the newsletter, and programs for the library. Have you found a sneaky thing your Apple does that is not in the manual? Let […]


…is the tentative title for this newsletter. The name was chosen with some thought. That Basic (no pun intended) purpose of A.P.P.L.E. is a self-help service organization. If you need help, Call-A.P.P.L.E.. We will attempt to or assist you in solving you Apple-related problems and answer questions.  If you stump us, we will try to […]