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Volume 14, Issue 4 now shipping

Volume 14, Issue 4 (December 2009)

The December 2009 issue of Juiced.GS has been mailed to all domestic and international subscribers — just in time to make its way into your stocking this holiday week! If the season is too busy for you to enjoy twenty pages of Apple II goodness, then place it on your coffee table and remember to read it during your vacation. And when you're done, come back here, as the online issue links include exclusive companion content to this issue's tech-torial.

The December issue is so packed with content from so many authors, we couldn't fit many pictures. Since text suffers far less than graphics in a black-and-white medium, I hope you'll find the lack of visual variety is offset by the in-depth news, reviews, and interviews.

This issue completes our 2009 volume, meaning all four issues can be purchased as a bundle for $16. If you haven't renewed yet for 2010, subscriptions are available in our online store.

Questions, comments, suggestions, or concerns? Please email us!

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Volume 14, Issue 3 now shipping

Volume 14, Issue 3 (September 2009)

The September 2009 issue of Juiced.GS was mailed this morning to all domestic and international subscribers. This 20-page issue features coverage of not one but two Apple II conventions: KansasFest and Mt. Keira Fest, held the same week in July but a half a world apart. KansasFest also led to two other of this issue's articles. Peter Neubauer looks at how and why he wrote his HackFest entry, with judge Eric Shepherd offering his insight into what made Peter's program win the competition; while Ivan Drucker reviews his favorite model of Apple II, which isn't an Apple II at all.

In the time since our last issue, Juiced.GS announced it would be publishing another four issues in 2010. The September issue usually follows that announcement with a half-page subscription renewal form on the back cover. But who wants to rip that out and mail it in, thus defiling the issue? No need face such a conundrum this year, as the renewal form is now a separate flyer inserted into the issue. This separation also means none of Juiced.GS's 20 pages are used up by the subscription form. It's a winning combo!

As always, every Web site and product mentioned in this issue is linked to from this site's issue links.

If you have any questions or comments about this issue or Juiced.GS, please email me, or leave a comment below.