Free evening to mill about Rockhurst or go into town, usually to visit the Apple Store.
Stay in your formalwear after the banquet for the annual KansasFest group photo. Ahh, the memories!
Formal banquet, including Tie On One contest. Awarding of prizes for ties and door signs. Roast presentation by Ken “MC for Life” Gagne.
Mike Maginnis provides a more technical look at the system (SOS, Business BASIC, etc) and add-ons you can get today (Microsoft Softcard III, Titan emulator, etc.).
The growth of the personal computer made computer-controlled robots popular and accessible to hobbyists. “Turtles” are a style of small, mobile robot resembling cybernetic animals. Join me for a photo tour and comparison of several turtle robots contemporary with the Apple II.
The Free Tools Association (FTA) released ActiveGS, a free IIgs emulator for IOS devices now available in the iTunes App Store. This is the year when the Apple IIgs has gone mobile and this is a chance to see it in action, courtesy Geoff Weiss.
Serve files to your Apple II the cheap and easy Way! If you have an enhanced Apple IIe or an Apple IIgs, then you have a computer that can access files shared from a current-day Mac, Windows, or Linux computer, and even boot ProDOS or GS/OS from the network instead of a disk. This session …
Lunch at Massman Hall.