This issue features the first chapter of a serialized Apple II mystery; a review of Assembly Lines: The Complete Book; a guide to compiling cc65 code in Xcode on the Mac; instructions for using the GSport emulator on an AppleTalk network; a review of the Apple III emulator Apple3rtr; reflections on the Apple II community’s best years; and much, much more!
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2 thoughts on “Enjoy Juiced.GS Volume 20, Issue 1 (March 2015)”
You appear to have the makings of another great issue — can’t wait to read it.
In the September 2014 issue (Volume 19, Issue 3), in his article “ProDOS 8! Fork Yeah!”, Ivan Drucker teased that in the next issue of Juiced.GS “you’ll learn how to manually unfork a file by understanding how it is stored on the disk.”
That actually appeals to my twisted mind. I hope it didn’t hit the cutting room floor, Mr. Editor! :-)
Don’t worry, I’ll keep reading. Keep up the good work, and congratulations to Juiced.GS for making it to its twentieth year.
Thanks for the reminder! We finally visited this topic in the first of a three-part series published in the June 2015 issue. Look for Ivan to continue delving into ProDOS throughout this volume!
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