March 1, 2012 · Comments Off on Check out the new Juiced.GS site, store, and sale!

Although Juiced.GS is primarily a print publication, we understand the importance of having an online presence. Juiced.GS has had a Web site for more than a decade and over the years has grown its aesthetic and functionality. Most recently, in 2009, we switched our online publishing platform to WordPress. Shortly thereafter, we introduced a blog component. And a year later, we added an online index. All of these changes were important for their time, but in 2012, they are showing their age. It's time for a new look!

Please enjoy this freshly remodeled Juiced.GS Web site. With rotating banner images and dropdown navigation, we expect the site to be the best-looking, easiest-to-use iteration of our site ever. We've also migrated to a new online store, where you can order subscriptions, back issues, and Concentrate PDFs and pay via cash, check, PayPal, Google Checkout (new!) (deprecated as of 20-Nov-13), or Dwolla (new!), all secured via SSL.

To commemorate this update, we're having our first-ever online sale: all back issues are now 20% off! This sale runs March 1–31, 2012. International shipping fees still apply. If you encounter any issues with this promotion or our new checkout system, please contact us. (Orders placed the week of March 11 will ship the following week.)

Let's not overlook two other changes. We've now published enough issues of Juiced.GS (64!) that our previous online index was bursting at the seams! After switching to a different tool, our index is once again available, providing more information than ever before about every page of every issue of every volume.

Finally, check out our staff roster. We've always been proud to feature the work of many members of the Apple II community, and this roster has been updated to include one more: Peter Neubauer, director of Juiced.GS advertising, is now a member of the editorial staff as well. This shouldn't surprise anyone who's read his many excellent articles about Macrosoft, the Apple-1, and more. Look for his articles throughout our 2012 volume.

Thanks to all the staff, as well as Steve Weyhrich and Karenanna Creps, for early feedback on the site's design and functionality. Further thanks to every member of the Juiced.GS community, both online and off. We look forward to continuing to find new ways to serve you.