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|Juiced.GS will be publishing in 2011; digital PDFs are now available as Concentrates; all articles are now listed in an online index
|Ken Gagne, Mike Maginnis
|KansasFest (KFest) 2010 coverage
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|The history of interactive fiction
|Review of Jason Scott's GET LAMP documentary of text adventures, aka interactive fiction (IF)
|Email for the Natives
|Review of Ewen Wannop's Spectrum Automated Mailer 2 (SAM2) email client for the IIGS
|Apples to Apples
|Tony Diaz, Ivan Drucker
|Transferring files using AppleTalk, AppleShare, LocalTalk, EtherTalk, Netatalk, and the Workstation Card
|courtesy Kay Savetz
|Behind the Scenes
|Martin Haye, Ivan Drucker
|How Martin hacked Wizardry to win the HackFest 2010 competition, with deliberation by judge Ivan Drucker
|Refreshing the Toolbox
|Ewen Wannop's HTML Tool Set; Toolbox Programming in GSoft BASIC; Sword of Sodan; and A2Central.com BBS
|A Word or II
|Looking outside your hobby and collaborating with others can be excellent sources of inspiration
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Jason Scott’s documentary about text adventures and interactive fiction.
A CD-ROM of Eamon text adventures for the Apple II.
Music from Get Lamp by Zoë Blade, available as free MP3 downloads.
The Mind Electric
Music from Get Lamp by Tony Longworth, available as free MP3 downloads.
Retired Macintosh operating systems, available as free downloads.
The disk that comes with the Workstation expansion card for the Apple II.
Apple IIGS operating system software, available as free downloads.
A cheat sheet for setting up a Netatalk 2.1.3 server with Apple II netboot on Ubuntu 10.04.
Annual Apple II convention in Kansas City, Missouri.
Ewen Wannop’s Spectrum Automated Mailer 2 email client for the IIGS.
HTML Tool Set
Ewen Wannop’s HTML rendering engine, available as a standalone tool.
Toolbox Programming in GSoft BASIC
Six chapters of an incomplete programming tutorial, by Eric Shepherd.
Sword of Sodan
Brutal Deluxe’s director’s cut of this classic IIGS game demo.
Your total source for Apple II online news and features.
A Word or II
The Innovation Secrets of Steve Jobs
Site of author Carmine Gallo’s book.
Where Good Ideas Come From
Author Steve Johnson’s blog and four-minute video about his book.