Highlights include an in-depth look at the implications of Kickstarter for the retrocomputing community; interviews with inCider/A+ editor Dan Muse and Beagle Bros' Randy Brandt; a three-part Logo programming tutorial; behind-the-scenes looks at Randy Brandt's Superior Watch Service software and Wade Clarke's transition from Eamon to Inform; a proposal for Apple IIGS System 7.0; reviews of The New Apple II User's Guide, Terrible Nerd, Ultima: The Ultimate Collector's Guide, DMS Drummer, and Structris; and KansasFest 2012 coverage.
The print edition features color covers and black-and-white interiors; the PDF edition is entirely in color.
Both editions include a PDF of Randy Brandt's article for NAUG (National AppleWorks Users Group)'s AppleWorks Forum Volume 10, Issue 6 (June/July 1995), as scanned by Mike Maginnis and reproduced here with permission of NAUG's Warren Williams and Cathleen Merritt. Brandt's follow-up to this article is the cover story of Juiced.GS Volume 17, Issue 4 (December 2012), included in this back issue set.
This product also includes an image of the Drift demo disk, a floppy of which was included in Volume 17, Issue 2.