Show #14 (April 2012) eBay auction results

In the April 2012 episode of the Open Apple podcast, Mike and Ken reviewed several eBay lots. The results of those auctions are below.

TitleStarting bidEnd date# BidsSold
Akalabeth on cassette$0.99Feb 18, 2012 19:00:04 PST20$1,325 + $6 S&H
Apple II game lot$49.99Mar 11, 2012 17:00:34 PDT15$244.27
Apple III in the box!Mar 16, 2012 10:36:22 PDT$799.99 + $75 S&H
CFFA3000$0.99Mar 26, 2012 13:57:52 PDT18$271 + $7.50 S&H
Apple IIGS watch$399.99 (Buy It Now)Still available
Open Apple$400 (Buy It Now)Still available

Open Apple #14 (Apr 2012): Brian Picchi, GameFest, Prince of Persia, and gadgets

Brian PicchiThis month on the Open Apple podcast, our hosts chat with world video game record holder and Apple II game critic Brian Picchi, whose YouTube channel showcases the best and worst of Apple II entertainment. It’s a good time to be a convention-goer: registration has opened for KansasFest 2012, the lineup for Vintage Computer Festival East 8.0 has been announced, 8 Bit Weapon played at the Smithsonian’s opening of the Art of Video Games, and Jordan Mechner is keynoting PAX East. Kickstarter continues to be popular for reviving classic franchises, Ewen Wannop updates SNAP and SAFE on a shoestring budget, and Jordan Mechner unearths his Prince of Persia source code. On eBay, we found a rarer-than-the-Apple-1 copy of Akalabeth on cassette, a rare Apple IIGS-specific wristwatch, and a potential CFFA3000 scalper. Finally, we look at some gadgets that are new to us, including old iPads, new iPads, and DSLR cameras.

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