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Mike Maginnis
Apple II fan, blogger, podcaster, vintage tech enthusiast, miserable cur. I work in a library. Scanned Apple II and /// docs at
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Call-A.P.P.L.E. Apr 17
Call-A.P.P.L.E. Magazine 40th Anniversary Issue now available temporarily as a free download to the general public --
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Mike Maginnis Apr 21
The Apple Lisa: It Works the Way You Do 1983
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Calvin and Hobbes Apr 19
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Mike Maginnis Apr 20
Sometimes my Google news alerts make me giggle.
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Mike Maginnis Apr 18
Replying to @yesterbits
If I’m being entirely honest, the lengthy editing process is the main reason behind the latest Open Apple delays...
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Mike Maginnis Apr 17
RIP Judge Stone...
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Eli Bosnick Apr 14
“My wife and I are a great team. Definitely equal partners” *Anna leaves for ten minutes* “HOW DOES THE SINK WORK? SHOULD I EAT FLOUR FOR BREAKFAST?”
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Yesterbits Apr 13
Got a copy of Newsweek Nov/Dec 1984. Apple bought all the ads in this issue. There are no ads in here but Apple ads (and a Newsweek subscription card, which I'd say doesn't count). That's a lot of pages of Apple ads.
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Mike Maginnis Apr 13
Replying to @yesterbits @QuinnDunki
Maybe a QuickTime promotional item?
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brouhaha Apr 7
I've been curious about some details of how the Apple II emulation disk for the Apple /// works, so I've been working on reverse-engineering the code. I've just put it up on github:
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Darren Doyle Apr 6
Another in progress that im working on is "Atari 8bit:A Visual History" when I have the The Arcade Guide book done & I'm looking 4 contributors to write for the project, so if interested? Get in touch
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VCFSE Apr 7
We can't wait to see you!
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Computer History Museum Apr 7
IBM launched its System/360 today in 1964, the company's most successful computer system ever. The 360 family of machines generated over $100 billion in revenue for IBM. Learn more in our exhibit and celebrate with souvenirs from our CHM Store.
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Computing History Apr 6
Our Acorn Atom with its take on Space Invaders, just one of many playable versions, for our Space Invaders 40th anniversary event
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Mike Maginnis Apr 1
nope, listened to the whole thing. And ... step ball change.
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Ken Gagne Mar 29
Hey—that’s me!
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Apple II Mar 29
The great CFFA3000 card made it’s (maybe) last run - the great talk about - now on A 80‘s Apple II BBS!
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Mike Maginnis Mar 24
You’re missing an “un-“ prefix there...
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Living Computers Mar 24
Today our "Totally 80s Rewind" party is going down! We've already brought in one of the best decorations 😉
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4am Mar 24
Zork II: The Wizard of Frobozz. Release 7, one of only two Infocom releases of any game that uses version 2 of the Z-Machine interpreter.
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