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What’s happening here?

What’s happening here?

Can’t make KansasFest but want to know what’s happening?  Busy with HackFest and missed the latest sessions?  Follow us on Twitter. Also, read the nice story on Cult of Mac. We are recording sessions and will post them as soon as possible.

What’s happening in Kansas City?

What’s happening in Kansas City?

Whether you’re in Kansas City or watching from afar, you can stay in touch and share: Twitter with hashtag #A2KFest E-mail discussion News on A2 Central IRC at irc.a2central.com, channel #a2c.chat Apple II Enthusiasts Facebook group Let me know if I’ve missed your favorite forum, and I’ll update the above list.  

What did you miss?

What did you miss?

What did you miss at KansasFest?  Even if you were there, you probably slept at least once and missed something exciting. Many people have shared their photos. The PDF of the booklet you received is online. Many presentations and related files are getting archived and shared. HackFest winners are listed, and some entries are posted. …

KansasFest 2012 on Twitter

KansasFest 2012 on Twitter

KansasFest 2012 is in full swing, with a successful keynote speech by John Romero and a half-day of sessions already behind us. You can experience the event vicariously through Twitter by following @KansasFest on Twitter, following a list of KansasFest 2012 attendees, or catching all attendees and instances of the #A2KFest hashtag on our live …

Updates from KansasFest 2011

Updates from KansasFest 2011

KansasFest has been in full swing for more than 48 hours, and attendees are already exhausted from the bounty of sessions, hardware, knowledge, and camaraderie. A few have even taken the time to share their experiences with the online community, so if you couldn’t make it here yourself, you can catch a glimpse of the …

All the KansasFest news that’s fit to print

All the KansasFest news that’s fit to print

KansasFest begins tomorrow! While the attendees will be busy giving and attending presentations and enjoying each other’s company, chances are some will find time to offer online reports through which other members of the Apple II community can experience the event vicariously. Here’s an outline of the variety of official and unofficial news outlets through …

Live Twitter feed

Live Twitter feed

KansasFest 2009 begins tomorrow! As a variety of activities and announcements occur, you can keep tuned to this Web site for updates. Kirk Mitchell, who traditionally provides on-the-scene coverage of KansasFest in his posts to the comp.sys.apple2 newsgroup, will this year also be reporting live via the microblogging service Twitter. You can follow his updates …