Juiced.GS Volume 23, Issue 3 (September 2018)

This issue features coverage of two events: KansasFest 2018 and the Fourth Annual Oregon Trail Game 5K; reviews of two books: Tome of Copy Protection and A History of Video Games in 64 Objects; how to program for Applied Engineering's Phasor sound card; a behind-the-scenes look at HackFest winning entry Rush; and much, much more!

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September 19, 2018 · Comments Off on Volume 23, Issue 3 (September 2018)
Juiced.GS Volume 23, Issue 3 (September 2018)

Index

PagesTypeHeadlineAuthorSummary
2My Home PageContingency PlansKen GagnePlan a fate for your Apple II collection, digital presence, and online accounts, whether by using Dr. Stephen Buggie's Apple II Will or tools like the Google Inactive Account Manager. Also, welcome to new staff writer Mike Whalen!
3-5ProgrammingEric RangellHow to make music with the Applied Engineering Phasor sound card, backward compatible with the Mockingboard and available from ReActiveMicro.com.
6-10Event coverageIn Line for KansasFestChris TorrenceChris Torrence shares his account of KansasFest 2018, from keynote speaker Roger Wagner to the last Garage Giveaway.
11Behind the ScenesA Rush JobIvan Hogan, April Ayres-GriffithsHow Ivan Hogan became the youngest HackFest first-place winner with his game Rush, and one judge's perspective.
12Meet the StaffMike WhalenMike WhalenMike Whalen
13-14Event coverageRunning the Oregon TrailMarcus AdamsRunning the fourth annual Oregon Trail Game 5K in Oregon City, Oregon.
14AdvertisementRetro Roundup
15-16Cover ][ CoverThe Deprotection DictionaryAntoine VignauA review of the Tome of Copy Protection, by Bruce Jones and Lane Roathe and published by Call-APPLE.
16-17,19Cover ][ CoverA Slice of HistorySteven WeyhrichA review of A Histry of Video Games in 64 Objects, by the World Video Game Hall of Fame at the International Center for the History of Electronic Gaming (ICHEG) at the Strong Museum of Play in Rochester, New York.
18-19DumplinGSKen GagneCharles Mangin patches Karateka to support two players; IRATA.ONLINE launches on PLATO emulator; NinjaForce released NinjaTrackerPlus; Jeremy Rand releases a2buildpipeline; Brutal Deluxe updates Snake Byte and releases Graffidisk; 8 Bit Weapon releases a USB-based MIDI adapter; Marinetti updated to v3.0b9.
19Random Numbers16-bit solutions for 64-bit problemsEric ShepherdWill the HTTP/2 protocol close the Internet to the Apple II?
20AdvertisementRetro Computing Roundtable

Issue Links

My Home Page

Dashlane
Password manager that allows trusted individuals to access your information in an emergency.

LastPass
Password manager that allows trusted individuals to access your information in an emergency.

Google Inactive Account Manager
Share parts of your account data or notify someone if you've been inactive for a certain period of time.

Facebook Legacy Contact
Someone you choose to look after your account if it's memorialized.

Programming

Phasor
ReActiveMicro.com's wiki about Applied Engineering's Phasor card.

Phasor software
Demo disks provided with the Phasor sound card.

Adventure
Crowther and Woods' text adventure game with speech support.

Code
Supplemental material, including copiable code from the article.

Behind the Scenes

RUSH
Ivan Hogan's winning entry in HackFest 2018.

Oregon Trail Game 5K
The fourth annual race is a fun run based off the 1980s classic computer game.

Cover ][ Cover

Tome of Copy Protection
Written by Bruce Jones and Lane Roathe and published by Call-A.P.P.L.E.

A History of Video Games in 64 Objects
Written at World Video Game Hall of Fame at the International Center for the History of Electronic Gaming (ICHEG) at the Strong Museum of Play in Rochester, New York.

DumplinGS

Karateka
Jordan Mechner's classic action game, patched by Charles Mangin to support two players.

Jumpy Guy
Charles Mangin's original action game for the Apple II.

Minesweeper
Charles Mangin's Minesweeper clone for the Apple II.

IRATA.ONLINE
An online service powered by a PLATO emulator.

PLATO
A terminal emulator for use with IRATA.ONLINE.

NinjaTrackerPlus
A music player for the Apple IIGS.

a2buildpipeline
Jeremy Rand's pipeline for building Applesoft BASIC, ca65 assembly, cc65 C and Merlin32 assembly projects in Xcode for MacOS.

Snake Byte
Brutal Deluxe's unofficial update to Chuck Sommerville's game.

Apple Time WarpA podcast interview with Chuck Sommerville of Snake Byte.

Graffidisk
Brutal Deluxe's tool for creating visual disk "images".

MIDI adapter
8 Bit Weapon and Charles Mangin's MIDI adapter for the Apple II.

Marinetti
v3.0b9 of the TCP/IP stack for GS/OS.

June 27, 2018 · Comments Off on Enjoy Juiced.GS Volume 23, Issue 2 (June 2018)

Juiced.GS Volume 23, Issue 2 (June 2018)

In this issue, researchers from Princeton University present the Information Barrier eXperimental II — original Apple II software and hardware used for nuclear warhead verification. Also in this issue is a review of Oregon Trail: The Play! and an interview with its playwright; reviews of two graphic novels about Steve Jobs; a tutorial for procuring and digitizing academic dissertations about the Apple II; how Microsoft's purchase of GitHub will affect Apple II programmers; and much, much more!

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June 27, 2018 · Comments Off on Volume 23, Issue 2 (June 2018)
Juiced.GS Volume 23, Issue 2 (June 2018)

Index

PagesTypeHeadlineAuthorSummary
2My Home PageCon EvolutionKen GagneKansasFest will be bigger and better than ever in 2018--and a large part of that is due to the organizing committee's efforts to evolve the event.
3-4TidinGSPeter Ferrie, Joseph Carter, David Schmenk, Andy McFadden, Kelvin SherlockOn Monday, June 4, 2018, Microsoft purchased online code repository GitHub for $7.5 billion. We asked several Apple II software developers for their take on Microsoft's acquisition and what it means for retrocomputing enthusiasts.
5AdvertisementAuctionSieveeBay monitoring and bidding tool for Mac, Windows, and Linux.
6-9Apple CoreVintage VerificationDr. Moritz Kütt, Dr. Alexander GlaserResearchers at Princeton University present the Information Barrier eXperimental II, or IBX II, used to obtain trusted gamma radiation measurements of nuclear weapons.
10][ Be or Not to BeYou Have Died of HilarityMark LemmertThe Over Our Head Players Theater of Racine, Wisconsin, presents 'Oregon Trail: The Play!' by A.J. Allegra.
11-13MusinGSKen GagneAn interview with A.J. Allegra, playwright of 'Oregon Trail: The Play!', about his comedic adaptation, inspiration, and creative license.
16-17Cover ][ CoverKate SzkotnickiA review of two graphic novels about Steve Jobs: 'Insanely Great' by Jessie Hartland, and 'Genius by Design' by Jason Quinn and Amit Tayal.
18-19DumplinGSKen GagneJohn Keoni Morris opens preorders for Applesauce; Remy Gibert develops multitasking environment A2osX; Ewen Wannop releases Undo Manager; David Schmenk adds TFTP to PLASMA; La Crapule releases for iOS and Android; Vince "deater" Weaver releases Mode7 demo; Melissa Barron sells giclée reproductions of Apple II acryllic paintings; Paleotronic Magazine website debuts with interviews with Jason Scott and 4am; KansasFest alumnus Charles Lott passes away.
19Simplicity NotesSteven WeyhrichAM radio and a Heathkit GR-64 laid the groundwork for a lifelong love of electronics.
20AdvertisementKansasFestCome celebrate the 30th KansasFest with a keynote speech by Roger Wagner of HyperStudio fame.

Issue Links

TidinGS: Microsoft acquires GitHub

Microsoft purchases GitHub
For $7.5 billion.

Peter Ferrie
Author of ProBoot, Directi-DOS, ProRWTS, qboot, 0boot, Brainf^ck interpreter, 4LIVE, and Standard-Delivery; co-author of A2FC; and contributor to Passport, Lawless Legends, PLASMA, MouseII, Nox Archaist, A2Audit, Pitch Dark, and fhpack.

Joseph Carter
Current developer of a2cloud, a2server, Raspple II, and LinApple.

David Schmenk
Developer of Apple II Pi, PLASMA, Apple II Java VM, NTSC Artifact Colors on Apple IIGS, Apple ][ Character Generator, and LightCycles 3D.

Andy McFadden
Developer of CiderPress, NuLib2, fdraw, and fhpack.

Kelvin Sherlock
Developer of Silver Platter, Golden Gate, ProFUSE, WeeGUI, Shrink-Fit X, and GShisen, among others.

Migrating from GitHub to GitLab
Official migration tutorial by GitLab.

Apple Core: Vintage computing for trusted radiation measurements

Vintage Computing for Trusted Radiation Measurements and a World Free of Nuclear Weapons
Talks, slides, and more resources by Drs. Moritz Kütt and Alexander Glaser.

IBX II hardware
GitHub code repository for IBX II schematics.

IBX II software
GitHub code repository for IBX II software.

The MOnSter 6502
A dis-integrated circuit project to make a complete, working transistor-scale replica of the classic MOS 6502 microprocessor.

Visual 6502
A visual simulator of the 6502 microprocessor.

cc65
A complete cross development package for 65(C)02 systems, including a powerful macro assembler, a C compiler, linker, librarian and several other tools.

Missile and Space Gallery overview
Original cover photo courtesy the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force.

][ Be or Not to Be

Over Our Head Players
Racine, Wisconsin venue for Oregon Trail: The Play!, performed May 18–June 2, 2018.

MusinGS: A.J. Allegra

Oregon Trail: The Play!
Paperback and Kindle editions of the script by playwright A.J. Allegra.

Facebook
Social media home for the play.

Tech-torial: Scanning theses & dissertations

WorldCat
A global catalog of library collections.

Apple II theses
A Google Sheets spreadsheet documenting the locations and statuses of Apple II academic scans.

Cover ][ Cover

Steve Jobs: Insanely Great
A graphic novel about Steve Jobs by Jesse Hartland.

Steve Jobs: Genius by Design
A graphic novel about Steve Jobs by Jason Quinn and Amit Tayal.

DumplinGS

Applesauce
The next generation in Apple II floppy disk digitization, by John Keoni Morris.

A2osX
An in-development, 8-bit multitasking operating system by Remy Gibert.

Undo Manager
Ewen Wannop's Tool to add adds 32 levels of Undo and Redo to LineEdit, TextEdit, or Picture controls.

PLASMA
A TFTP server for David Schmenk's programming language.

La Crapule for iOS
An adventure game by Jean-Louis Le Breton of Froggy Software, ported by Pierre Durant.

La Crapule for Android
Also known as The Scoundrel and also ported by Pierre Durant.

Mode 7 demo
A self-running visual demo by Vince Weaver, aka "deater".

Melissa Barron
An Etsy store with giclée reproductions of her acrylic paintings of the Apple II.

"Glitchy Apple II screens inspire this artist’s work"
A Cult of Mac story by David Pierini.

Paleotronic Magazine
A website of Apple II news and interviews complementing the hardcopy magazine.

Charles Lott
News of the passing of a KansasFest 2015–2016 alumnus.

Dagen Brock
A KansasFest committee member tweets in remembrance of Charles Lott.

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AuctionSieve
A free eBay monitoring and bidding tool for Mac, Windows, and Linux

KansasFest
Thirtieth annual Apple II convention, being held July 17–22, 2018, at Rockhurst University in Kansas City, Missouri.

March 30, 2018 · Comments Off on Enjoy Juiced.GS Volume 23, Issue 1 (March 2018)

Juiced.GS Volume 23, Issue 1 (March 2018)

This issue features reviews of the WiModem232 modem emulator and the Oregon Trail electronic handheld game; Quinn Dunki's tutorial for using git and GitHub version control with Apple II source code; an interview with Robert Freedman of HLS Duplication; coverage of the inaugural Vintage Computer Festival Pacific Northwest; a day in the life of an Apple II detective; and much, much more!

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