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This month on Open Apple, the part of Quinn Dunki is played by RCR Podcast co-host Carrington “Fake Quinn” Vanston. A post-KansasFest Mark Lemmert of 6502 Workshop returns to the show to promote the new Nox Archaist Kickstarter. You should contribute because it’s awesome to support those still developing for the Apple II and not just because you get cool stuff when you do (though that’s a thing that happens too!).
There’s lots of news to cover and Carrington has opinions on all of it. Only on Open Apple can you hear him trash clones, accelerators, ProDOS, retro BBSes, and a random assortment of other topics! Fun for the whole family! We also chat about Apple II music and there’s general confusion about Australian Apple II conferences (when is there not on Open Apple?)
eBay isn’t talked about (because we don’t talk about eBay) and we deconstruct Softalk #5.
RCR Podcast – Listen to this show! (but only after you listen to Open Apple)
Monsterfeet – All things Carrington
Nox Archaist – 6502 Workshop’s upcoming RPG for the Apple II
Nox Archaist on YouTube – Keep up with all the latest development news
ANTIC – Mike goes all Atari in this episode of ANTIC, the Atari Podcast
Nox Archaist Demo at KansasFest 2017
FlexiDisc – All your Apple II software needs. Now on bendy vinyl!
Tech Republic’s Evan Koblentz visits KansasFest
KansasFest 2018 dates announced – Be there!
Another Apple-1 auction – This time at Charitybuzz
Woz talks about the Zaltair ad
Rainbow Apple logo retired 18 years ago
PCWeek visits the Living Computers Museum
Elk Cloner wasn’t the first computer virus
MultiTech Micro Professor III (MPF-III) clone
a2.click – A URL shortener for Apple II sites
FASTChip //e accelerator – Currently out of stock
Captain’s Quarters BBS resurrected
Adventures in Flatland isn’t just a book
John Brooks’ Bitsy Rip preview
Introducing DSKalyzer, a command-line disk tool written in Go
Review:‘The (R)evolution of Steve Jobs’ at Santa Fe Opera
New 8 Bit Weapon Album: Class Apples
Harry Spragens’ Apple II music memories
Portal on an Apple II – Not Apple II Portal. Confused yet?
A musical performance sync’d to Apple II animation
Stynx’s Vintage Micro Music channel on Soundcloud
The Octalyzer – 3D video on your Apple II
Paleotronic Magazine – Retro-technology for today’s world!
Albert Computer Apple II clone – We don’t talk about eBay