Hosted by Ken Gagne. Juiced.GS, now the longest-running and last remaining Apple II publication in print, has been providing retrocomputing enthusiasts with news, reviews, interviews, and how-tos for 15 years. Where do we go from here? The past, present, and future of this quarterly Apple II journal merge in three exciting announcements that will change Juiced.GS …
Juiced.GS is sponsoring “Pizza for the Masses” in Corcoran Hall, just what you need to get through the night.
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The KansasFest 2010 schedule is filling up with sessions on BASIC programming, text adventures, dumb terminals, and iPad development.
By Ken Gagne In the last 14 years, Juiced.GS has evolved in content, design, and focus. The Apple II and the community around it has changed, and we want to ensure the last remaining print publication dedicated to this readership still matches your expectations. We’ll take a look at what goes into Juiced.GS today then …
A late-night pizza-and-soda reception, courtesy Syndicomm and Juiced.GS.
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Quarterly Apple II journal Juiced.GS today published a free 12-page issue of the best content from their 2008 volume. Among the selections is most of their coverage of KansasFest 2008. (The full article appeared in the September issue.) The PDF is available immediately as a free download from the Juiced.GS Web site.