The list of sessions for this year's KansasFest continues to take shape. In addition to those presentations detailed in a previous post, here are several more to wet your whistle:
- Hear about Martin Haye's new programming language, SHORT, entirely interactive and extremely small
- See Peter Neubauer's solar-powered Apple II, complete with an off-road van to carry it around
- Learn the lesser-known bits of Apple II history with Steve Weyhrich's "Bytes of History"
- Watch David Greelish present an overview on the history of electronic computing
- Play that Apple II classic Star Saga: One with friends old and new
- Join in or just listen as the Retro Computing Roundtable podcast records live from KansasFest
All sessions will be presented Thursday through Saturday the week of KansasFest, with exact dates and times to be announced closer to the event.
Want to see your name on the presentation roster? All attendees are invited to present a session on their favorite Apple II topic. Sessions can be as short as 15 minutes or as long as an hour. We can be as informal as you want to be — we're like-minded individuals trading knowledge and learning about the machine we love! And to present, you need to attend, so be sure to register for KansasFest 2012!