|2||My Home Page||Feels Like Home to Me||Ken Gagne||KFest, Apple's 30th, and Juiced.GS Web site|
|3-5||Cover story||Ken Gagne||KFest 2006 coverage|
|6-10||MusinGS||Nibble's Mike Harvey||Andrew Roughan||Mike Harvey interview|
|11||Meet the Staff||Howard Katz||Howard Katz|
|12||Advertisement||Call-A.P.P.L.E.||Two DVD set, 1978-1990|
|13-16||Retrospective||Happy day, Apple IIGS||Ray Merlin, Peter Watson, Christopher Heck, Andy McFadden, Max Jones||Reader reflections on their first Apple IIGS|
|17||Behind the Scenes||Bringing Sweet16 to Mac OS X||Eric Shepherd||Sweet16 development|
|18-20||DumplinGS||Online Developments||Ken Gagne||KFest 2007, A2Central.com, A2-Web, podcasts, Deja Iix, and Syndicomm Store|
|19||Random Numbers||Coming Home Again||Eric Shepherd||KFest 2006 is like coming home|
Products discussed in this issue
Eric Shepherd's Apple IIGS emulator for Mac OS X.
Convert disk image files to real disks using your enhanced Apple //e, //c, or IIc Plus. By Mark Percival.
Jeff Fink's popular role-playing game for 8-bit Apple II computers.
A device that can act as a floppy drive for the Apple II, serving up disk images loaded onto it using a PC. By Eric Rothfus.
Ewen Wannop's new standalone FTP client for Apple IIGS users.
Web sites mentioned in this issue
Apple II History
Steve Weyhrich's fantastic history of the Apple II computer.
All about the ultimate annual gathering of Apple II enthusiasts.
The world's largest publisher and distributor of Apple II products.
Aurora Area Apple Core
This user group's web site moved shortly after our issue went to press. This link is correct as of its addition to this page.
National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)
The U.S. space agency.
The search engine — among other things.
Online research engine.
The Apple II news and information repository run by Sean Fahey. With free chat rooms and message boards coming soon.
Links and other information for Apple II users.
1 MHz! Podcast
Carrington Vanston's excellent monthly podcast for Apple II users.
Ryan Suenaga's new podcast for Apple II users, produced roughly ever two weeks.
Deja II for Mac OS X
Mark Munz's blog on his progress with the port of Deja II (an emulator that allows you to run AppleWorks classic on Macintosh systems) to Mac OS X.
The home of one of the best Apple II magazines ever.