|My Home Page
|Being a digital nomad meant subscribers in the San Francisco Bay Area of California could get their March 2021 issues hand-delivered.
|Colonel Hexings, with help from Detective Pomme, solves the mystery of an unexpected audio frequency generated by the Apple II.
|Ham and Apples
|How to use the Apple II and amateur radio together, including with radioteletype modems.
|Behind the Scenes
|Veteran game developer Joshua Weier takes us behind the scenes of zero_page, a game built in the Unreal engine and which features an emulated Apple II.
|A Clearer View of the Apple
|A review of MacEffects' transparent case for the Apple IIe and IIGS, one of many clear cases they've funded on Kickstarter.
|ROM to Spare
|A review of ROMX from Dean Claxton and Jeff Mazur, developed by The ROM Exchange and sold by ReActiveMicro.
|Podcasts of Yore
|A roundup of Apple II and retrocomputing podcasts.
|Adding to the Backlog
|Brutal Deluxe releases English-language edition of Full Metal Planet; Ninjaforce releases No Hard Feelings demo; Daniel Henderson and Roby Sherman release Orion Trail; 6502 Workshop releases Andrew Schultz's official Nox Archaist hint book; Stefan Vogt releases Hibernated 1—This Place is Death: Director's Cut; Wade Clarke releases Alien Exodus; Alex Lukacz is developing SNES Max adapter for Super Nintendo controllers.
|Attack of the PETSCII Robots
|Pop the Stack
|Interviewing aging retrocomputing celebrities is like playing an endless game.
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The Impractical but Indisputable Rise of Retrocomputing
The New York Times article featuring Huxley Dunsany and his Retro Roadshow.
“The First Computer-Controlled Ham Station“
Don Alexander’s article for the August 1976 issue of magazine 73.
Dave Ingram’s 1984 book.
Schematics for radioteletype modems in the June 1985 issue of 73.
Dr. Christopher Galfo’s Ham Radio Communications Package
A suite of Apple II software, archived by Mike Willegal.
Your Gateway to Packet Radio
A scan of Stan Horzepa’s book.
A group of packet ham radio operators who enjoy chatting over the hf 20 meter band on 14.105 MHz.
A.P.P.L.E. PDS Software
Disks 74, 76, and 77 in the Public Domain Software (PDS) collection.
Behind the Scenes
Joshua Weier’s Unreal game with an emulated Apple II.
A 3D engine for modern games.
Review: MacEffects transparent case
Clear case for the Apple IIe
The first-ever mass-produced clear case for the Apple IIe and IIGS.
The crowdfunding campaign for the case.
No-slip clip-on nuts
Replacement parts for Apple II spring clips.
Schematics for an Apple IIe-to-USB adapter.
A USB-to-ADB adapter.
An Apple IIGS memory expansion card.
The ROM Exchange
Official home for Dean Claxton and Jeff Mazur’s ROMX.
Official vendor for the ROMX.
Carrington Vanston’s Apple II podcast.
Ryan Suenaga’s Apple II podcast.
Echoes of KFest
Audio recordings from historical KansasFest sessions.
An Apple II podcast co-hosted by Em Maginnis and Quinn Dunki or Ken Gagne.
An Apple II podcast co-hosted by John Romero and Craig Johnston.
Drop /// Inches
An Apple III podcast co-hosted by Paul Hagstrom and Em Maginnis.
A Macintosh podcast co-hosted by James Savage and John Leake.
Retro Computing Roundtable
A general retrocomputing podcast co-hosted by a variety of guests.
Randy Kindig’s retrocomputing podcast.
The Atari 8-bit podcast, co-hosted by Kay Savetz, Randy Kindig, and Brad Arnold.
Mike Whalen’s BBS podcast.
Jason Scott Talks His Way Out of It
Jason Scott’s monologue and memoir podcast.
Mike Whalen’s read-aloud podcast.
Full Metal Planet
Brutal Deluxe’s English-language edition of Ludodélire’s strategy game.
No Hard Feelings
A self-running demo by Ninjaforce.
Daniel Henderson and Roby Sherman’s futuristic adaptation of the classic Oregon Trail.
Nox Archaist Book of Hints
Andrew Schultz’s official guide to the world of 8-bit role-playing game Nox Archaist.
Hibernated 1—This Place is Death
Stefan Vogt’s Infocom-style text adventure game.
Publishers of the physical release of Hibernated 1.
Unearthed and unfinished games from Wade Clarke.
Modern interactive fiction from Wade Clarke.
An adapter to use Super Nintendo controllers with the Apple II.
Attack of the PETSCII Robots
Ian Brumby’s Apple II port of David Murray’s game.