|2||My Home Page||Mes amis sont ma richesse||Ken Gagne||A trip to France introduces Juiced.GS editor Ken Gagne to Antoine Vignau and Olivier Zardini of Brutal Deluxe.|
|3-5||Review||Eric Shepherd||A review of Manila Gear's 4soniq sound card, which enables four-channel and even eight-channel sound for the Apple IIGS.|
|6-7||Event coverage||Retour de l'Apple||Antoine Vignau||A day-by-day journal of the second annual Apple II Festival France.|
|8-10||MusinGS||Programming Genius||Antoine Vignau||An interview with Daniele Liverani, creator of the Apple II game Genius.|
|11-12||Tech-torial||Interviewing Computer History||Kay Savetz||A guide to finding and interviewing historical figures in computer history, by the co-host of the ANTIC podcast.|
|13||][ Be or Not to Be||A Fork in the Oregon Trail||Kay Savetz||A review of The Oregon Trail, a live stage production performed at the Portland Center Stage theatre and coming soon to New York City's Fault Line Theatre.|
|14-16||Review||Return to Wolfenstein||New Game Plus||A review of MUSE Software's Castle Wolfenstein, Silas Warner's classic stealth game, as played by the hosts of the New Game Plus podcast.|
|17||Apple Mysteries||The Big Apple||Ivan Drucker||A New York City consultant solves what ails a trio of Apple II clients in this noir mystery.|
|18-20||Tech-torial||A Buyer's & Seller's Guide to eBay||David Schmidt||How to find authentic, functioning retrocomputing gear on eBay, and how to advertise, price, and ship your own collection.|
|21||Advertisement||AuctionSieve||eBay monitoring and bidding tool for Mac, Windows, and Linux.|
|22||DumplinGS||A Second Look||Ken Gagne||Michael J. Mahon releases Burroughs 220 emulator for the Apple II; Glenn Aveni completes Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign for documentary about Steve Wozniak's 1982 Us Festival; Kay Savetz and Carrington Vanston launch Eaten by a Grue, a podcast about Infocom text adventures; WozFest 5 1⁄4" re-releases Hans Coster's Caverns of Mordia; David Schmidt updates ADTPro to v2.0.2.|
|23||Behind the Scenes||Mark Lemmert||The solution to the Nox Archaist A* wayfinding puzzle from the previous issue.|
|23||Random Numbers||Eric Shepherd||As his daughter watches Mythbusters, Sheppy reflects on lessons learned from experiments tried and failed.|
|24||Blow the Cartridge||Cameron Davis||Santa delivers a retrocomputing enthusiast's Christmas wish.|
My Home Page
Blow the Cartridge
Cameron Davis’ webcomic about old video games.
4soniq 4-Channel Sound Card
The 4soniq gives you four separate channels of sound for your Apple IIgs, instead of the usual one.
9.1 speaker placement
Dolby’s guide for surround sound configuration.
A set of ampersand (&) commands for Applesoft BASIC to access and control the Ensoniq 5503 Digital Oscillator Chip (DOC).
Apple II Festival France 2016
Annual gathering of Apple II users.
Videos of Apple II Festival France… in French!
Stéphane Briancourt’s photos from the festival.
An online gathering of French Apple II users.
Official homepage for Italian programmer and musician Daniele Liverani.
ZIP disk image of Liverani’s action game for the Apple II.
Facebook page for Genius.
Tech-torial: Conducting interviews
Interviewing Technique Roundtable
A panel held by Ken Gagne and Kay Savetz at KansasFest 2016.
Review: The Oregon Trail
Portland Center Stage at the Armory
Oregon theater to host The Oregon Trail (October 29–November 20, 2016).
Fault Line Theatre
New York City theater to host The Oregon Trail (January 13–February 12, 2017).
The playwright’s homepage.
Review: Castle Wolfenstein
New Game Plus
A weekly podcast where three guys spend seven days playing one old game.
Burroughs 220 Simulator
Michael J. Mahon’s B220 emulator for the Apple II.
US Festival 1982: The US Generation Documentary
Facebook page for Glenn Aveni’s documentary about Steve Wozniak’s 1982 music festival.
Eaten by a Grue
Kay Savetz and Carrington Vanston’s new monthly audio podcast about Infocom text adventure games.
The Caverns of Mordia
Hans Coster’s Apple II game, rereleased for WOzFest 5&188;.
David Schmidt’s utility for converting and transferring floppies and disk images.