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    very cool Ken...I look forward to listening too it.

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    Default Open Apple #18

    On the August episode of Open Apple, Ken Gagne speaks with Wayne Arthurton, who recently attended his first KansasFest since 2004, and Paul Hagstrom and Jeremy Rand, both first-time attendees at the world's premier annual Apple II convention. In this panel-format discussion, the four veterans discuss their personal highlights from the show, what motivated them to attend, and their favorite sessions, HackFest challenges, keynote speaker memories, vendor fair purchases, and more. Find the show at the Open Apple Web site or in the iTunes and Zune podcast directories.

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    The September episode of Open Apple, the Apple II community’s only co-hosted podcast, is now available!

    This month, Mike and I chat with David Schmidt, the programmer responsible for ADTPro. Beyond his own program, David has also contributed to the development of Davex, GSport, AppleCommander, CiderPress, OpenEmulator, DiscFerret, CFFA3000 — and much, much more. Collectively, the show's hosts marvel at the deluge of Apple II games that are being ported to iOS, Apple's mobile operating system … though we question the direction Jordan Mechner is taking the classic Karateka. Apple-1 computers continue to fetch exorbitant prices at live auctions, while iPads and IMSAIs fail to sell on eBay — though the latter may soon get a Kickstarter from Vince Briel. Finally, I quietly brood while Mike and David enthusiastically sing the praises of their favorite computer, the Apple III.

    Find the show at any of these URLs:

    http://www.open-apple.net/2012/09/03...-apple3-imsai/

    http://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/o...le/id418895188

    http://social.zune.net/podcast/Open-...0-b26fcbf521f8

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    Default Open Apple #20

    The October episode of Open Apple, the Apple II community’s only co-hosted podcast, is now available!

    This month, Mike and I chat with Ewen Wannop, British programmer of 16-bit telecommunications programs such as Spectrum, SAM, SNAP, and SAFE. The hosts share feedback galore from the last episode and contemplate how to record a live show. After catching up on some headlines from last month, we plow forward, celebrating the return of an interactive fiction publication and grumbling that even beginner IF can be as obscure as the medium is infamous for. The September 2012 issue of Juiced.GS just shipped, and with it, a look at what features a hypothetical System 7.0 operating system would include. Is it reasonable to consider that a software upgrade warrants a hardware bump, and what the next model of Apple II would look like? Photos of Steve Jobs in his natural habitat show an Apple stronghold as Spartan as ever, but you can decorate yours with Melissa Barron's screenprints from Etsy. There's a Disk II floppy drive on eBay that holds within it a working Mac mini — a cool hack, but is it worth a cool grand? We question the value of purchasing free software on eBay and marvel at everything from lighters to thumb drives in the shape of an Apple II.

    Find the show at any of these URLs:

    http://www.open-apple.net/2012/10/11...m-beyond-mini/

    http://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/o...le/id418895188

    http://social.zune.net/podcast/Open-...0-b26fcbf521f8

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