Volume 20, Issue 4
This issue features a review of the Uthernet II networking card; an interview with anonymous cracker 4am; Lucia Grossberger Morales' recounting of her collaboration with Bob Bishop and the creation of SpaceLace; an examination of how ProDOS deletes and undeletes files; the shocking conclusion to Detective Pomme and Colonel Hexings' latest mystery; and much, much more!

Included in this issue is a 5.25" floppy disk with the games Structris and Retro Fever; the French Touch demo Plasmagoria; and an exclusive treat for Juiced.GS subscribers.
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September 21, 2015 · Comments Off on Enjoy Juiced.GS Volume 20, Issue 3 (September 2015)
Volume 20, Issue 3
At 28 pages, this is the largest issue of Juiced.GS ever, featuring coverage of the KansasFest and Apple II Festival France conventions; Carrington Vanston's HackFest journal; an interview with the editors of Scholastic Microzine; a breakdown of ProDOS file headers and fields; the penultimate chapter of Detective Pomme and Colonel Hexings' latest mystery; and much, much more!

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September 1, 2015 · Comments Off on The Byte Works' Opus ][ & Juiced.GS Concentrate: GSoft BASIC now available

The Byte Works

SEPTEMBER 1, 2015 — LEOMINSTER, MA — Gamebits, publisher of premier Apple II magazine Juiced.GS, is proud to announce its partnership with software developer The Byte Works to sell Opus ][: The Software and Opus ][: The Source. These products, which collect the majority of The Byte Works' products and source code, are available immediately on CD and USB and as downloadable disk images, starting at $25 each or $40 for both.

"Juiced.GS's collaborations with The Byte Works began when we bundled GSoft BASIC with our December 1998 issue," said magazine editor and publisher Ken Gagne. "We're thrilled to work with Mike Westerfield to again make his programming tools accessible to the Apple II community."

"The ORCA languages, including the assembler and development environment Apple shipped as APW, have always been the most complete and widely used tools for Apple IIGS programming," said Mike Westerfield, president of The Byte Works. "They have been hard to get for a few years. I'm delighted that Gamebits is making these programs easily available again."

To commemorate this release, Gamebits has released Juiced.GS Concentrate: GSoft BASIC, a PDF that collects Eric Shepherd's six-part programming tutorial series that was originally published in Juiced.GS from 1998 to 2000. This PDF is free when purchased with any Opus product, or it can be purchased separately, bundled with a free trial edition of GSoft BASIC, for $10.

Additionally, a related product, Juiced.GS Concentrate: Back to BASICs, has been reduced in price by 33%, from $12 to $8. A further $2 discount is applied when purchased with Juiced.GS Concentrate: GSoft BASIC.

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July 25, 2015 · Comments Off on Behind the scenes at the Charles Babbage Institute

Juiced.GS was designed to be held and read in hardcopy; as the last remaining print publication dedicated to the Apple II, Juiced.GS remains the only opportunity readers have to get their Apple II news in this format. We want to preserve that experience for generations to come, which is why complete collections of Juiced.GS are stored at libraries, archives, and institutions throughout the world.

En route to KansasFest 2015, Juiced.GS editor-in-chief Ken Gagne stopped by the University of Minnesota, home to one of those archives: the Charles Babbage Institute, a research center dedicated to preserving the history of information technology and promoting and conducting research in the field. Curator and head archivist R. Arvid Nelsen, who graciously and continuously accepts Juiced.GS into the Institute's collection, generously offered a two-hour behind-the-scenes tour that encompassed both the offices and the catacombs, as seen in these photos.

It's reassuring to know institutions like the Charles Babbage Institute are preserving our industry's and our community's histories, and it was inspiring to see the scope and scale at which they are doing so. Our thanks to Mr. Nelsen, his team, and the University of Minnesota for their time and dedication!

July 20, 2015 · Comments Off on Juiced.GS in 2016 & call for writers

JULY 20, 2015 — KANSAS CITY, MO — Juiced.GS, the world's last remaining and longest-running Apple II print publication, will bust past its two-decade milestone when it publishes its 21st volume in 2016.

"For Juiced.GS to remain in print requires three things: content, writers, and readers," said editor and publisher Ken Gagne at KansasFest 2015. "And the active Apple II community has all three bases covered. As the hardware and software releases of this week demonstrate, there's no shortage of content to report on. We have an active and dedicated team of writers. And our subscriber base has grown year-over-year consistently since 2007!"

Juiced.GS will publish four quarterly print issues in 2016 at $19 for customers in the United States, $24 in Canada and Mexico, and $27 for international. Subscriptions and renewals are available immediately.

To ensure Juiced.GS remains representative of its growing and diverse community, the magazine has for the first time openly published its submission guidelines. Any Apple II user is welcome to pitch an article and have their byline featured in an upcoming issue of the magazine, contributing to the news, reviews, interviews, and how-tos for which Juiced.GS is renowned.

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