July 11, 2010 · Comments Off on Volume 14, Issue 4 (December 2009)

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Index

PagesTypeHeadlineAuthorSummary
2My Home PagePerchance to PrintKen GagneWhy Juiced.GS isn't going digital -- yet
3-4Cover ][ CoverAndy MolloyReview: Twisty Little Passages, by Nick Montfort
5-6Reel ][ ReelA Documentary for the Rest of UsKen GagneReview: Welcome to Macintosh (DVD)
6-7ReviewRyan SuenagaThe APDA Apple II Software Library, APDA Apple II Reference Library, and APDA Apple IIGS System 6.0 Golden Master
8-11MusinGSHardware HuddleKen GagneTalking hardware with Vince Briel, Tony Diaz, Rich Dreher, Alex Freed, and Glenn Jones
12-13Behind the ScenesSword of SodanAntoine VignauCreating a new demo of the Sword of Sodan game
14-17Tech-torialApplesoft Made ModernIvan DruckerHow to code in Structured Applesoft BASIC
18Meet the StaffIvan DruckerIvan DruckerIvan Drucker
19DumplinGSStars of Stage and ScreenKen GagneMark Simonsen to keynote KFest 2010; Jason Scott's GET LAMP documentary to be released; laptop IIGS project underway; Transylvania released for iPhone and MULE online
20Random NumbersTangibilityEric ShepherdThe appeal of keeping Juiced.GS as a hardcopy publication

Issue Links

Product reviews

Twisty Little Passages
Nick Montfort's academic work on interactive fiction (IF).

Welcome to Macintosh
A DVD documentary about Apple and its products.

APDA CD-ROMs
APDA Apple II Reference Library, APDA Apple II Software Library, and Apple IIGS System 6.0 Golden Master CD-ROMs, from Syndicomm.

MusinGS

Briel Computers
Vince Briel, creator of the Apple-1 clone known as the Replica I.

16 Sector
Home of Tony Diaz's Sirius RAM and Focus IDE cards.

R&D Automation
Rich Dreher, designer of the CompactFlash For Apple (CFFA) card.

AppleLogic
Alex Freed of Carte Blanche fame.

a2RetroSystems
Glenn Jones and his Uthernet Ethernet card.

Behind the Scenes

Brutal Deluxe Software
An Apple II programming group, including Antoine Vignau and his Sword of Sodan project.

Sword of Sodan
Homepage of the classic game's original creator.

Sword of Sodan walkthrough
A YouTube video showing the entire game played beginning to end.

Tech-torial

TextWrangler
A freeware text editor for the Macintosh, related to BBEdit.

Virtual II
Gerard Putter's excellent 8-bit Apple II emulator for Mac OS X.

Plotter
A sample Structured Applesoft program and a BASIC language module for TextWrangler, packaged as a SHK archive (also available as a ZIP file).

DumplinGS

KansasFest
Apple II convention in Kansas City, Missouri, coming July 20–25.

PAX East 2010
Penny Arcade Expo being held in Boston, March 26–28.

Get Lamp
Jason Scott's upcoming documentary about text adventures and interactive fiction.

Apple IIGS Laptop Project
Hardware hackers around the world collaborating on a new form factor for the Apple II.

Transylvania
A gothic horror adventure game for the Apple II, now available for the iPhone.

Planet M.U.L.E.
A multiplayer Apple II game, now free and updated with Internet play.

July 11, 2010 · Comments Off on Volume 14, Issue 3 (September 2009)

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Index

PagesTypeHeadlineAuthorSummary
2My Home PageCommunity DevelopmentKen GagnePost-KansasFest buzz continues to grow, KansasFest attendance up, Welcome to Macintosh documentary, Apple-1's popping up everywhere, Apple II back in vogue, Apple II community growing, Juiced.GS will publish a 15th volume, blog added to Juiced.GS Web site
3LettersLetters from the Land of ROMMisc.Looking for an Apple II magazine, trying to track down an Apple II game
4-9Cover storyKansasFest 2009Ken GagneKansasFest 2009 coverage
6SidebarKansasFest 2.0Ken GagneA look at how social networking tools like Facebook and Twitter affect KansasFest
9SidebarKFest Product AnnouncementsKen GagneKFest Product Announcements
10Behind the ScenesHacking the Game of LifePeter NeubauerA look at Peter's HackFest-winning entry
10SidebarJudging HackFestEric ShepherdA look at how HackFest entries are judged
11-14Event CoverageKFest Down UnderAndrew RoughanMt. Keira Fest coverage, Saturday: link established to KansasFest Twitter feed, Mt. Keira Fest Twitter feed set up, Jon Co - Retrobrite de-yellowing demo, David Wilson - tracing signals through an Apple II Europlus with an o-scope, videoconference session with KansasFest, David Morrison - 6502 ATAPI stack allows an Apple II to use IDE CD-ROM and DVD-ROM drives, Alex Lukacz - Atari joyport adapter and external CompactFlash box demos, Alex Lukacz - UFIC and CHED product demos, Jon Co - RGB to component video converter, David Wilson - Disk II to PC 3.5" MFM drive adapter, Jonno Downes - PeekBot demo, Andrew Roughan - Dennis Molony's Disk Browser demo, group outing to Wollongong Hellenic Club; Sunday: Matt Jenkins - KansasFest news recap, Mike Stephens - intro to Apple IIGS programming with Complete Pascal, Andrew Roughan - Marinetti Open Source Project, Andrew Roughan - grepping dead trees, Mt. Keira Fest wrap up
15-16ReviewThe Forgotten IIIvan DruckerApple IIe Card for Macintosh
17Review8 Bit Weapon's Retro RhythmKen Gagne8 Bit Weapon's newchiptune album Electric High EP
18-19DumplinGSPreserving the PastRich Dreher announces CFFA3000 project, Brutal Deluxe releases MountIt disk image management app, Brutal Deluxe working on completing playable version of Sword of Sodan, music group 8 Bit Weapon using real Apple II tools in production, Virtual II emulator updated to v6.3.1, AppleWin emulator updated to v1.16.1, Javascript-based Apple II emulator in development, Quality Computers educational Apple II videos being digitized and uploaded to YouTube
19Random NumbersRecharging the BatteriesEric ShepherdA look back at KansasFest 2009
20AdvertisementSyndicommAPDA manuals and software on CD-ROM

Issue Links

KansasFest

KansasFest
Annual Apple II convention in Kansas City, Missouri.

Conway's Game of Life
Peter Neubauer's winning HackFest entry.

IItter, Stock Quote CDA, IPDataReporter
A Twitter client and other Internet-enabled Desk Accessories.

Weather NDA, Stock Quote NDA
Two New Desk Accessories that retrieve requested weather and stock information from the Internet.

Juiced.GS 2010, 2010 wall calendar
A fifteenth volume of the only Apple II publication still in print, and a calendar commemorating past and future events in the Apple community.

Sweet16 2.1.3
An Apple IIGS emulator for Mac OS X. Now with improved video display options, input device and networking support, and more.

APDA Apple II Reference Library, APDA Apple II Software Library, Apple IIGS
CDs of various technical references, developer manuals, and utilities in disk image and PDF formats.

MP3 card
An expansion card that enables the Apple II to play MP3 music files from a USB storage device (not included).

VGA video adapter
Two separate devices?a card add-on for Auxiliary Slot AE RamWorks Memory cards for the IIe, and a RGB VGA converter box for the IIc?that enable video output to a VGA display.

Mt. Keira Fest

Mt. Keira Fest
A gathering of Australian Apple II users, coinciding with KansasFest.

Jon Co's Flickr album
Pictures from the event.

Andrew Roughan's Flickr album
More pictures from the event.

Alex Lukacz's Flickr album
Still more pictures from the event.

TRON
David Morrison's presentation about his disc drive interface.

MFM floppy drive interface adapter
Details about Vladimir Ivanov's Disk II-to-PC hardware.

Peekbot
Disk image access via a Web browser, demonstrated by Jonno Downes.

Disk Browser
Denis Molony's cross-platform disk image utility, written in Java.

An Introduction to Apple IIGS Programming in a High Level Language
Mike Stephen's presentation.

Marinetti Open Source Project Walkthrough 2009
Andrew Roughan's presentation.

Other products mentioned in this issue

Nibble magazine
A classic Apple II publication, now available on DVD.

Electric High EP
A CD of original music produced on 8-bit computers.

DumplinGS

CFFA3000
The next iteration of Rich Dreher's CompactFlash for Apple.

MountIt
Brutal Deluxe's GS/OS extension to mount disk images as actual volumes.

Sword of Sodan
Brutal Deluxe's director's cut of this classic IIGS game demo.

RT.SYNTH
Michael J. Mahon's real-time single-voice music synthesizer.

Virtual ][
An 8-bit Apple II emulator for Mac OS X, by Gerard Putter.

AppleWin
An 8-but Apple II emulator for Windows, by Tom Charlesworth.

Scripple ][
A JavaScript-based Apple II emulator, accessible via the Web.

July 11, 2010 · Comments Off on Volume 14, Issue 2 (June 2009)

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Index

PagesTypeHeadlineAuthorSummary
2My Home PageCompanyKen GagneJuiced.GS Web site remodel, Juiced.GS's "lost" issues re-released, Juiced.GS and former publisher Syndicomm: who distributes what, 20th annual KansasFest is just around the corner, welcome new writer Martin Haye
3-4Cover ][ CoverAndrew MolloyBook review of Apple-1 Replica Creation: Back to the Garage by Tom Owad
5-9MusinGSR&D on the Apple FrontierMike MaginnisInterview with Bob Bishop, early Apple employee and programmer
9AdvertisementSyndicommKansasFest 2009 teaser
10Behind the ScenesPassing the Memory Tester TestGeoff WeissA look at Mega Memory Tester
11ReviewThanks for the MemoryEwen WannopBriel Computers' GS RAM card
12-14Tips & TricksInteger BASIC's Top TenMartin HayeA closer look at Integer BASIC
15-17RetrospectiveJobs Worth DoingPeter Watson, Martin Haye, Ewen Wannop, Dave Ciotti, Eric Shepherd, Robert Kenyon, Geoff Weiss, Ken GagneUsers discuss how the Apple II has influenced their careers
18-19DumplinGSMaking ConnectionsKansasFest 2009 sneak peek, Mt. Keira Fest announced to coincide with KansasFest, Lost Classics Project resurrected by Tony Diaz, Apple II podcasts dormant but not dead, Retrobits podcast on general retrocumputing topics, Zork now available as online game at Jolt Online Gaming, interview with Infocom legend Dave Lebling posted online, Lode Runner franchise history now has a Web page
19Random NumbersMaking HeadwayEric ShepherdCatching up on Syndicomm back orders, continuing development on Sweet16
20AdvertisementInTrec SoftwareKansasFest XX

Issue Links

Review: Back to the Garage

Apple Fritter
Author Tom Owad's Apple site.

Replica 1
Vince Briel's replica of the original Apple-1.

Tips & Tricks: Integer Basic

Q&A with Steve Wozniak
Woz's reflections on creating Integer BASIC.

Apple II System Masters
Integer BASIC is included in the DOS 3.3 System Master disk.

Other sites mentioned in this issue

Bob Bishop's homepage
Creator of APPLE-VISION and many other early Apple II programs.

MegaMemoryTester
Geoff Weiss's comprehensive memory testing utility.

4MegGSRAM
Vince Briel's GS-RAM memory expansion card.

DumplinGS

KansasFest
Annual Apple II convention in Kansas City, Missouri.

The Apple II Lost Classics Project
Home of formerly commercial, now reclassified software.

retrobits
A podcast dedicated to retrocomputing.

RetroMacCast
A podcast dedicated to classic Apple computers.

Legends of Zork
Interview with Zork creator Dave Lebling.

Lode Runner
A history of Doug Smith's game franchise.

July 11, 2010 · Comments Off on Volume 14, Issue 1 (March 2009)

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Index

PagesTypeHeadlineAuthorSummary
2My Home PageUp PeriscopeKen GagnePlenty of content to keep Juiced.GS in print, Juiced.GS expands content focus, warming weather turns minds to Kansas City
3-5Tech-torialThe IIGS MonitorStavros KaratsoridisA look at the IIGS Monitor program
5AdvertisementSyndicommSilver Platter personal Web server for the IIGS
6-7ConnectionsSound Off!Geoff WeissWorking with rSound format files
8-11MusinGSLife Before AppleKen GagneInterview with Michael J. Mahon, creator of NadaNet and the AppleCrate
12-15ReviewClassics in Your PocketEric ShepherdApple II games updated for the iPhone: Lemonade Stand, Gold Runner (Lode Runner clone), iShisen
15AdvertisementSyndicommSyndicomm software
16-17Behind the ScenesProFUSEKelvin SherlockProFUSE development
18-19DumplinGSProlific Programmers on ParadeKansasFest 2009 registration to open at end of March, KansasFest plans coming into focus, James Littlejohn's LittlePower Adapter and LittleExpanderPlus now available for purchase, Woz a contestant on Dancing With the Stars, Michael J. Mahon updates NadaNet to v3.0, Apple II emulator for Nintento Wii in development, Golden Orchard updated and re-released as "Golden Grail" CD-ROM, WASP Applesoft BASIC editor for Windows XP released, Ewen Wannop releases Networker utility as freeware
19Random NumbersConnectionsEric ShepherdA look back our increasingly connected world
20AdvertisementInTrec SoftwareKansasFest XX

Issue Links

Connections: rSounds

rSounder
Paul Benson's sound conversion utility for the IIGS.

Xounds
Macintosh utility for adding sound effects to system events.

Review: Apple II games for iPhone

Lemonade Stand
Apple II version of the classic game, for the Apple iPhone. Buy it from the iTunes store here.

Gold Runner
Lode Runner clone for the Apple iPhone. Buy it from the iTunes store here.

iShisen
GShisen port for the Apple iPhone. Buy it from the iTunes store here.

Behind the Scenes

ProFUSE
Kelvin Sherlock's utility for mounting ProDOS disk images in Mac & Linux.

DumplinGS

KansasFest
Annual Apple II convention in Kansas City, Missouri.

LittlePower Adapter
Allows a standard ATX power supply to be used in an Apple IIc.

LittleExpanderPlus
Adds three additional slots to the IIe and II Plus.

Dancing With the Stars
Popular ABC reality show, starring Apple II creator Steve Wozniak.

AppleCrate v3.0
Homepage of Michael J. Mahon, inventor of NadaNet and AppleCrate.

AppleWii
Apple II emulator for Nintendo Wii video game console.

Golden Grail
Emulator-friendly version of the classic Golden Ochard CD compilation.

WASP
Charlie Danemark's Applesoft BASIC tool for Windows XP.

Networker
Ewen Wannop's TCP/IP utility for issuing and observing Internet commands.

December 21, 2009 · Comments Off on Volume 14, Issue 4 now shipping

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!