December 24, 2011 · Comments Off on Enjoy Juiced.GS Volume 16, Issue 4 (December 2011)

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The December issue of Juiced.GS is now available!

This 24-page issue features reviews of the CFFA3000, the Steve Jobs biography, and the Tiger Learning Computer; an interview with Kristi Petters, the former Apple employee who licensed the Apple IIe technology for the TLC; a behind-the-scenes look at David Schmenk's Escape! From The Homebrew Computer Club; a tribute to Steve Jobs by the colleagues who knew him in the Apple II days, including Bob Bishop, Paul Terrell, and Lane Roathe; and much, much more!

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December 23, 2011 · Comments Off on Volume 16, Issue 4 (December 2011)

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Index

PagesTypeHeadlineAuthorSummary
2My Home PageReflectionsKen GagneLooking back at 2011: CFFA3000, Open Apple, Steve Jobs, Ryan Suenaga, and Colorado
3LettersMisc.Jim Pittman's long affair with the Apple II, and Thomas McLaren's thanks for a Digital Dinos plug
4-7ReviewHarder, Better, Faster, StrongerMike MaginnisRich Dreher's CFFA3000 CompactFlash and USB storage interface card is the best such peripheral for the Apple II
8-9ReviewThe Last Apple IIAndy MolloyTiger Electronics' Tiger Learning Computer, a portable edutainment device that licensed the Apple IIe technology
10-11MusinGSLicense to RoarAndy MolloyInterview with Kristi Petters, former Apple employee in charge of technology licensing
12-13Cover ][ CoverThinking DifferentlyEric ShepherdReview of Walter Isaacson's Steve Jobs, the first authorized biography of Apple's co-founder, chairman, and former CEO
14-16Juiced.GS TributeThe Man Behind The MythLane Roathe, John Romero, Mark Munz, Paul Terrell, Bob BishopFormer friends and colleagues share memories of Steve Jobs
17-20Behind the ScenesEscape! From ExpectationsDavid SchmenkThe secrets behind Escape! From the Homebrew Computer Club
21,23Apple MysteriesThe Devious DesignMartin HayeThe secret in the KansasFest 2011 logo
22-23DumplinGSFounding DocumentsKen GagneApple's founding contract; Silver Platter and Gsoft BASIC reclassified as freeware; NuInput updated; David Greelish reissues Historically Brewed; 8 Bit Weapon releases DMS Drummer software
23Random NumbersMeeting the Apple IIEric ShepherdSheppy's introduction to the Apple II
24Season's GreetingsSarah WalkowiakHappy holidays from Juiced.GS!

Issue Links

My Home Page

Apple II ornament pattern
Embroider your own miniature Apple II! Provided to Juiced.GS under Creative Commons by designer Sarah Walkowiak. See more photos here.

Review: CFFA3000

R&D Automation
CompactFlash and USB storage interface for the Apple II.

Waiting list
Sign up for the second batch of CFFA3000 cards, due in 2012.

Discussion forum
Ask questions and receive support about the CFFA3000.

Review: TLC

Instruction manual
Hasbro's user manual (PDF) for the Tiger Learning Computer, a portable educational tool based on the Apple IIe.

Photo gallery
Additional photographs of the TLC, courtesy Andy Molloy and Kristi Petters.

Cover ][ Cover: Steve Jobs

Steve Jobs
The first authorized biography of Steve Jobs, by Walter Isaacson.

Behind the Scenes: Escape! From The Homebrew Computer Club

David Schmenk's homepage
Author of HBCC, with pages devoted to Apple and retrocomputing.

DumplinGS

Apple founding contract for sale
The document that established the empire, as auctioned by Sotheby's.

Silver Platter
Kelvin Sherlock's NDA HTTP server, now freeware.

GSoft BASIC
The Byte Works' 16-bit implementation of the BASIC programming language, now freeware.

NuInput 2.0
Ivan Drucker's assembly routine to replace Applesoft INPUT.

The Complete Historically Brewed
David Greelish's Kickstarter-funded compilation of Historically Brewed newsletters

Apple II DMS Drummer Software
Chiptune music utility, from 8 Bit Weapon and Michael J. Mahon.

September 28, 2011 · Comments Off on Enjoy Juiced.GS Volume 16, Issue 3 (September 2011)

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The September issue of Juiced.GS is now available!
This issue features our annual KansasFest coverage; reviews of Mike Willegal's Brain Board and Vince Briel's A2MP3 card; a tutorial for getting started with the Apple IIGS; and some stunning news about KansasFest 2012.

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September 27, 2011 · Comments Off on Volume 16, Issue 3 (September 2011)

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Index

PagesTypeHeadlineAuthorSummary
2My Home PageMass AppealKen GagneJuiced.GS printing in 2012, Peter Neubauer as advertising director, ISSN, and file transfer Concentrate
3-6II the MaxJeff Blakeney, Ken GagneGetting started with the Apple IIGS
7-9ReviewMusic to your earsMichael KentVince Briel's A2MP3 card
10-14Event coverageThe Year After We Make ContactIvan DruckerThe highlights, divisions, and memories of KansasFest 2011.
15-17ReviewApple on the BrainPeter NeubauerThe Brain Board expansion card is a viable alternative to an actual Apple-1 or Replica I
18-19DumplinGSRevisiting the PastKen GagneKansasFest 2012 keynote speaker; Eric Shepherd's new software; Antoine Vignau's T40; Ewen Wannop's BASUG scans; Ron Wayne's autobiography; Jason Scott's Kickstarter
19Random NumbersThe Happy HackerEric ShepherdHacking the GS to create Trasher
20AdvertisementKansasFestGuess who's coming to KansasFest 2012?

Issue Links

II the Max

SoundMeister
16-bit sound card for the Apple IIGS.

Sirius RAM
8 MB RAM card from 16Sector.

GS RAM
Vince Briel's 4 MB RAM card, currently out of stock.

Uthernet
An Ethernet card compatible with 8- and 16-bit Apple II computers.

System 6.0.1
Free, legal downloads of the Apple IIGS operating system.

DiskMaker
Convert disk image files to real disks using your IIGS.

DiskMaker 8
Convert disk image files to real disks using your enhanced Apple IIe, IIc, or IIc Plus.

MountIt
Antoine Vignau and Olivier Zardini's utility for mounting disk images directly within GS/OS.

GUPP
Nathan Mates' Grand Unified Patcher Program.

HFS Patch
Stabilize the Hierarchical File System translator (HFS FST) with this bug fix.

BeagleWrite GS
A GS/OS-based graphic word processor from Beagle Bros.

Games
A collection of games for the Apple IIGS.

ProSel 16
"The first, best, and most complete hard disk management system for the Apple IIGS" by Glen Bredon.

Diagnostic codes
Decipher your Apple IIGS's self-test results.

BRAM batteries
Replacement batteries for your battery RAM.

A2MP3

A2MP3
Vince Briel's hardware-based MP3 player for the Apple II.

80-column version
Michael Kent's modification to the open-source software for the A2MP3 card.

Brain Board

Brain Board
Mike Willegal's Apple-1 expansion card for the Apple II.

Wozanium Pack source code
Emulate the Brain Board!

Brain Board assembly
An hour-long video tutorial by Eric Rucker.

Brain Board demo
See the Brain Board in action.

Brain Board manual
Assembly and operations guide (PDF).

Wendell Sander
Apple-1 software recordings, ready for a music player like an iPod or iPhone.

DumplinGS

KansasFest
Annual Apple II convention in Kansas City, Missouri.

Guess who's coming to KansasFest?
John Romero! Photo by buzzpuzzle; use licensed under Creative Commons.

SheppyWare
Sweet16, SideClick, and Trasher, all by Eric Shepherd.

T40
Antoine Vignau's 40-column text-screen editor.

fortycolumns
Daniel Kruszyna's gallery of T40 art.

BASUG/Apple2000
Ewen Wannop's scans of the British Apple Systems User Group's publication.

Ronald G. Wayne
Apple co-founder and author of autobiography Adventures of an Apple Founder: Atari, Apple, Aerospace & Beyond.

Jason Scott's Kickstarter
A fundraising campaign to produce three documentaries, including one about the 6502.

June 27, 2011 · Comments Off on Enjoy Juiced.GS Volume 16, Issue 2 (June 2011)

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Inside this 24-page issue is an interview with Don Worth, author of Beneath Apple Manor and Beneath Apple DOS; a review of modern-day word processors that re-create the AppleWorks environment; a tutorial for using the Apple II as a dumb terminal; a guide to restoring and equipping an 8-bit Apple II; a behind-the-scenes look at how Melissa Barron hacked Oregon Trail; and much, much more!

Also in this issue and available as a free download is a tribute to Ryan Suenaga.

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