|2||My Home Page||Amazed||Ken Gagne||Juiced.GS and retrocomputing are going strong and getting stronger.|
|3-6||Preview||Martin Haye||David Schmenk's Apple II Pi turns the Apple II into a peripheral for the Raspberry Pi.|
|7-10||Review||A Replica Milestone||Paul Hagstrom||The Replica 1 Ten is the tenth anniversary edition of Briel Computers' Apple-1 clone.|
|11-14||MusinGS||From Shrine to Icon||Ken Gagne||Talking with Jonathan Zufi, photographer and author of the Shrine of Apple Web site and Iconic book.|
|15-17||TidinGS||What Students Aren't Learning||Matthew Hellinger||Teaching programming to students with modern supercomputers is backward; they need the creative constraints of an Apple II -- or Raspberry Pi.|
|18-19||DumplinGS||The Long View||Ken Gagne||DOS 3.1 source code release and Homebrew Computer Club reunion; Sophistication & Simplicity releases; JSMESS and the Internet Archive; Apple Time Warp podcast debuts; Lamb Chops! released and Sweet16, SNAP, and ChewBagger updated.|
|19||Random Numbers||The Maker Revolution||Eric Shepherd||3D printing and the Raspberry Pi have made hacking cool, just like it wasn't when we were kids.|
|20||Wild Apples||Jim Nichol|
Preview: Apple II Pi
What is the Apple II Pi?
David Schmenk’s homepage dedicated to his Raspberry Pi interface card.
Schmenk’s YouTube videos about the Apple II Pi.
Apple II Pi as it developed
Watch on YouTube as the germ of the idea grows.
Ultimate Apple II
Vendor and distributor of the Apple II Pi.
Github open source for the Apple II Pi.
Review: Replica 1 Ten
Replica 1 Tenth Anniversary Edition
Vince Briel’s fourth model of Apple-1 clone.
The Apple 1 Project
Wendell Sander’s software and hardware for the Apple-1 and clones.
CFFA for Apple 1
Rich Dreher’s CompactFlash for Apple-1 expansion card.
MusinGS: Jonathan Zufi
Shrine of Apple
A photographic online museum dedicated to all Apple products.
Iconic: A Photographic Tribute to Apple Innovation
The coffee-table book inspired by the Shrine.
TidinGS: Teaching Programming
Teach US Kids To Program
Matt Hellinger’s KansasFest 2013 presentation
Ousedale School in England uses BBC Micros to teach programming skills.
Students at Wabash College in Indiana play Ultima IV: Quest of the Avatar.
BASIC for Raspberry Pi, with support for modern programming constructs, an assortment of popular audio formats, and sprites.
A Raspberry Pi-powered workstation.
Apple DOS 3.1 source code
Written by Paul Laughton, released by the Computer History Museum, and authorized by Apple.
The Homebrew Computer Club Reunion
A feature and video of the November 11, 2013, event.
The original pitch to fund the reunion.
Sophistication & Simplicity: The Life and Times of the Apple II Computer
Buy Dr. Steve Weyhrich’s hardcover book on Amazon.com.
The Historical Software Archive
Jason Scott brings the JSMESS emulator to the Internet Archive.
Apple Time Warp
An Apple II podcast hosted by Craig Johnston and John Romero.
Brian Picchi’s assembly-based action game.
Eric Shepherd’s Apple IIGS emulator for Mac OS X.
SNAP & ChewBagger
Ewen Wannop’s NNTP client and file editor.