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  • B Degnan
    Mar 30, 2013
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      Evan Koblentz <evan@...> wrote:

      >See below...
      >------Original Message------
      >From: pr@...
      >Subject: KansasFest 2013 opens for registration
      >Sent: Mar 29, 2013 9:56 PM
      >KANSAS CITY, MO — March 29, 2013 — KansasFest, the 25th annual
      >convention dedicated to the Apple II computer, is now open for
      >registration. Users, programmers, hobbyists, and retrocomputing
      >enthusiasts are invited to Rockhurst University in Kansas City,
      >Missouri, from Tuesday, July 23, through Sunday, July 28, for six
      >days and five nights of sessions, demos, announcements, contests,
      >and camaraderie.
      >The week kicks off with keynote speaker Randy Wigginton, Apple
      >employee #6, who worked on the Disk ][ disk drive, Apple DOS, and
      >Applesoft BASIC. Wigginton will be available immediately
      >afterward for a Q&A and autograph session.
      >The week then offers a variety of presentations and workshops,
      >including but not limited to:
      >• Teaching kids to program with Matthew
      >• Disk ][ theory of design with Tony Diaz
      >• Hardware hacking with Stephen Buggie
      >• How to build an arcade machine using MESS and
      >MAME emulation with Carrington Vanston
      >• Disk copy de-protection with Martin Haye
      >• HackFest, an annual programming challenge open
      >to coders of all skill levels
      >• A vendor fair and exhibit hall for attendees
      >and the general public to show off, play with, and buy and sell new
      >or unusual hardware and software
      >Attendees are encouraged to share their knowledge by presenting
      >their own hardware and software sessions, especially of the Apple
      >II but including Macintosh, Windows, Linux, iOS, and others. All
      >KansasFest sessions are presented by the attendees, who are known
      >for unscheduled events and debuts, too. Whether it's a
      >behind-the-scenes look at new software, preorder opportunities for
      >new hardware, a live-action text adventure, a podcast recording
      >session, GShisen and Dueltris tournaments, or an athletic round of
      >Bite the Bag, there are experiences to be had and memories made at
      >KansasFest that aren't possible except in the company of
      >surprising, brilliant, diehard Apple II fans.
      >Register before June 1 to guarantee a price of $375 for a double
      >room or $445 for a single, which includes admission to all sess
      >Yahoo! Groups Links
      Does the apple i have the same ability as the apple ii to show color via supermod rf adapter or otherwise?
      Sent from my PDP 8/e.
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