|My Home Page
|Losses and Gains
|iPhone games: Chopper, Oregon Trail, Crystal Quest
|In Memoriam: Joe Kohn
|Ryan Suenaga, Ray MacAnally, Steve Gozdziewski, Richard Bennett, Geoff Weiss, Max Jones
|Remembering Joe Kohn
|Finally, USB for the Apple II
|Review of the iDisk USB and Bluetooth card
|Exchanging Files with the Apple II
|Ewen Wannop, Geoff Weiss
|Internet-based file transfers tutorial
|Structured Applesoft, part II
|Meet the Staff
|A Haven for Programmers
|KansasFest 2010, NakedOS & Super-Mon, FC5025, cAndy Android emulator, updates to ADTPro & Virtual II & MountIt, Get Lamp premiere & release
|Examining the distinction between real and emulated Apple II's
Review: Apple II games for Apple iPhone
Tribute to Joe Kohn
Shareware Solutions II
An online archive of Joe Kohn’s Apple II newsletter.
A four-page collection of memories by Joe’s friends, as it appeared in this issue’s print edition.
Obituary, commentary, and video slide show.
USB and Bluetooth expansion card for the Apple II.
US Robotics V.92 external 56K fax modem
A dial-up modem compatible with the Apple II.
An Ethernet card compatible with 8- and 16-bit Apple II computers.
A TCP/IP stack for the Apple IIGS.
A comprehensive 8-bit telecommunications program, now freeware.
Vendor of floppy disks of freeware telecommunications and Internet software.
TCP/IP-compliant and expandable telecom program for the Apple IIGS.
Apple II free software repository. See the “archivers” folders for ShrinkIt, BINSCII, and more.
Fox Valley Internet
An Internet service provider (ISP) that still offers dial-up and shell access.
How to use the popular Unix email client to transfer files.
Secure CoPy utility for Windows.
Supplements and corrections
Elaboration on the complex concepts of programming in Structured Applesoft, including sample code.
Annual Apple II convention in Kansas City, Missouri.
Super-Mon and NakedOS
Martin Haye’s system monitor utility and streamlined operating system.
A 5.25″ floppy disk drive controller with a USB interface.
Apple II emulator for Google Android mobile devices.
Create, transfer, and convert disk images between an Apple II and a modern machine.
Gerard Putter’s excellent 8-bit Apple II emulator for Mac OS X.
Brutal Deluxe’s GS/OS extension to mount disk images as actual volumes.
Jason Scott’s upcoming documentary about text adventures and interactive fiction.