First call for sessions

Posted Fri, Apr. 1st 2011 in News

Now that KansasFest registration is officially open, it’s time to put out the first call for sessions!

Eric Shepherd at KansasFest 2009Sharing our knowledge and enthusiasm for the Apple II is the bread and butter of KansasFest. Sessions generally take place during the morning and afternoons, typically run 30 to 60 minutes in length, and can touch on most any topic related to the Apple II family. But we need YOU to sign up to present a session. Just fill out the session proposal form to sign up today.

Past sessions have covered hardware, software, game demonstrations, and tutorials; integration of the Apple II with other devices; emulators; programming; history; interesting hacks; or any subject that would be of interest to Apple II users.

A few sessions that are already scheduled for this year include a workshop to build your own Apple II MP3 expansion card, how to hook up your Apple II to a home network for sharing files, a technical look at Apple III operating system and add-ons, and behind the scenes at the new Open Apple podcast.

Or do you have a topic you would like to see presented, even if you aren’t the one to do it?  Email us your idea.

If you’ve never done a session and would like ideas for topics or formats, check out our archive of past presentations. Any questions? Contact us!