KansasFest 2011 session update

Posted Sun, Jun. 19th 2011 in News

KansasFest’s daylight hours are your opportunity to soak in — and share! — an impressive wealth of information about your favorite retrocomputer. In the time since our first call for sessions, many attendees of KansasFest 2011 have signed up to deliver the following presentations:

  • A tour of the hidden tricks of the Apple IIGS toolbox (Eric Shepherd)
  • A demonstration and analysis of P2E, an Apple II emulator for iOS (Martin Haye)
  • The secret sophistication and potential of LOGO (Peter Neubauer)
  • A look at the timing of the Apple II using the Fast Processor Interface (Daniel Kruszyna)
  • An open-for-discussion look at early Apple television advertisements (Mike Maginnis)
  • A photo tour and comparison of several mobile robotic “turtles”, contemporaries of the Apple II (Peter Neubauer)
  • A tour of a scale model of an Apple II Plus, built in the game Minecraft (Steve Weyhrich)
  • A technical look at the Apple III and its OS, programming languages, and add-ons you can get today (Mike Maginnis)
  • Accessing files over a LAN with an Apple II (Ivan Drucker)
  • Behind the scenes at Open Apple (Mike Maginnis & Ken Gagne)
  • A2MP3 workshop (Vince Briel)

Want to help fill the schedule? Think of a cool Apple II topic to share with your fellow attendees and register to present a session!