Volume-9-Issue-3 Page: 2
Type: My Home Page
Author: Ryan Suenaga
Headline: Intensities in Ten Cities
Sub-headline:
Synopsis: KFest 2004, intro to this issue, Ryan's here for another year

Page: 3
Type: From the publisher's desktop
Author: Eric Shepherd
Headline: To All Our Subscribers
Sub-headline:
Synopsis: Apologies for stupid printing companies

Page: 4-5
Type: Cover story
Author: Ryan Suenaga
Headline: Not going away any time soon
Sub-headline: The Apple II faithful flock again to Kansas City
Synopsis: KFest 2004 coverage

Page: 6-7
Type: Cover story
Author: Ryan Suenaga
Headline: KansasFest After Hours
Sub-headline:
Synopsis: KFest 2004 after hours

Page: 8
Type: Advertisement
Author: KansasFest
Headline:
Sub-headline:
Synopsis: Thanks for the memories at KFest 2004

Page: 9
Type: Reel ][ Reel
Author: Ken Gagne
Headline: Reviewed: Office Space, Hackers and Terminator
Sub-headline: Movies for Geeks who like movies
Synopsis: Hackers, Office Space, and The Terminator

Page: 10-11
Type: MusinGS
Author: Doug Cuff
Headline: Replica I creator Vince Briel
Sub-headline: Bringing the past to the present
Synopsis: Vince Briel interview

Page: 12-13
Type: Tech-torial
Author: Ryan Suenaga
Headline: Making messes, saving money
Sub-headline: Inkjet refilling is a simple, inexpensive, but messy proposition
Synopsis: Inkjet refilling

Page: 14-15
Type: On the 'Net
Author: Howard Katz
Headline: A second look at Google
Sub-headline: More on the Internet's best search engine
Synopsis: Advanced features of Google

Page: 16-17
Type: Shareware Spotlight
Author: Ryan Suenaga
Headline: VNCView GS
Sub-headline: The impossible becomes possible – again
Synopsis: VNCView GS review

Page: 18-19
Type: DumplinGS
Author: Ken Gagne
Headline: Getting busy with Geoff Weiss
Sub-headline:
Synopsis: Geoff's new tools, KFest 2004 DVDs & KFest 2005, Silvern Castle, Sweet16, Kelvin's Marlene, LANceGS 8-bit code, Soundsmith freeware, Virtual II, and CFFA

Page: 19
Type: A Word or II
Author: Ken Gagne
Headline: Beyond Infinite Loop
Sub-headline:
Synopsis: VCF's era of multiple platforms, now gone