KansasFest's daytime schedule is populated by a variety of sessions about Apple II hardware, software, programming, gaming, and more. These topics often inspire not just the audience, but also their own presenters. Many attendees who delivered sessions at KansasFest 2010 have since published additional online resources to those interested in further exploring those topics:
- Martin Haye, who demonstrated his original Super-Mon and NakedOS tools, has made both available for download.
- Likewise, Ivan Drucker's NuInput and Slammer expansions for Applesoft BASIC are posted online.
- Peter Neubauer offers some links related to his Macrosoft tutorial as well as the source code to his second-place HackFest entry.
- On his blog, Wayne Arthurton reviews some Applesoft BASIC programming techniques and shares some screencasts.
- Dagen Brock has posted the the slides, graphics, programs, and disk images used in his session on off-platform development.
- Melissa Barron's "73H 0r3g0n 7r41L" hack of The Oregon Trail is featured on her site and on Flickr.
- On hig blog, Mike Maginnis elaborates on his presentation of the Apple III, detailing the machine's design and features.
- Ken Gagne has collected the videos used in his "Classic Gaming Inspirations" and "Know Your Meme" sessions at Apple II Bits and Showbits, respectively.
- As previously noted, Jason Scott's GET LAMP documentary, a one-hour version of which was shown at KansasFest, is now available for purchase.
If you missed any of these original sessions, many of their slides and software can be found in our online file archive.