|My Home Page
|Looking back at 2011: CFFA3000, Open Apple, Steve Jobs, Ryan Suenaga, and Colorado
|Letters from the Land of ROM
|Jim Pittman's long affair with the Apple II, and Thomas McLaren's thanks for a Digital Dinos plug
|Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger
|Rich Dreher's CFFA3000 CompactFlash and USB storage interface card is the best such peripheral for the Apple II
|The Last Apple II
|Tiger Electronics' Tiger Learning Computer, a portable edutainment device that licensed the Apple IIe technology
|License to Roar
|Interview with Kristi Petters, former Apple employee in charge of technology licensing
|Cover ][ Cover
|Review of Walter Isaacson's Steve Jobs, the first authorized biography of Apple's co-founder, chairman, and former CEO
|The Man Behind The Myth
|Lane Roathe, John Romero, Mark Munz, Paul Terrell, Bob Bishop
|Former friends and colleagues share memories of Steve Jobs
|Behind the Scenes
|Escape! From Expectations
|The secrets behind Escape! From the Homebrew Computer Club
|The Devious Design
|The secret in the KansasFest 2011 logo
|Apple's founding contract; Silver Platter and Gsoft BASIC reclassified as freeware; NuInput updated; David Greelish reissues Historically Brewed; 8 Bit Weapon releases DMS Drummer software
|Meeting the Apple II
|Sheppy's introduction to the Apple II
|Happy holidays from Juiced.GS!
My Home Page
CompactFlash and USB storage interface for the Apple II.
Sign up for the second batch of CFFA3000 cards, due in 2012.
Ask questions and receive support about the CFFA3000.
Hasbro’s user manual (PDF) for the Tiger Learning Computer, a portable educational tool based on the Apple IIe.
Additional photographs of the TLC, courtesy Andy Molloy and Kristi Petters.
Cover ][ Cover: Steve Jobs
The first authorized biography of Steve Jobs, by Walter Isaacson.
Behind the Scenes: Escape! From The Homebrew Computer Club
David Schmenk’s homepage
Author of HBCC, with pages devoted to Apple and retrocomputing.
Apple founding contract for sale
The document that established the empire, as auctioned by Sotheby’s.
Kelvin Sherlock’s NDA HTTP server, now freeware.
The Byte Works’ 16-bit implementation of the BASIC programming language, now freeware.
Ivan Drucker’s assembly routine to replace Applesoft INPUT.
Apple II DMS Drummer Software
Chiptune music utility, from 8 Bit Weapon and Michael J. Mahon.