BIG APPLE USERS GROUP
Apple is our name
Backward compatibility is our game.
The Big Apple Users
Group was an computer club in New York City for users of Apple II
computers from 1978 thru 2003, and is now a website. We held our last
meeting in 2003. You are welcome whether you are a novice
or a power user.
Apple II Expo
2015, Summer Camp for Geeks, scheduled for July
14-19, 2015 in Kansas City, Mo.
of KFESTs past go to the KFest
Thanks to the contributors and to Ken
Gagne for curating the collection.
According to the Mid-Atlantic
Retro Computing Hobbyists website, Vintage
Festival East X will be held April
17-19, 2015, at the InfoAge
in Wall Township, NJ.
Computer Festival Southeast 3.0 takes place in Atlanta on May
2 & 3, 2015.
At the VCF
9.0 which was held at the Computer
Museum on Nov. 4 & 5, 2006, there was a 30th
anniversary celebration of the original Apple computer.
Apple II computers, Apple II compatible computers, and
Apple II emulators.
on-line headquarters for Apple II matters:
Read about the history
of the Apple II on Steve Weyrich's Apple II
a quarterly journal about the Apple IIgs, now edited and published by
Ken Gagne, is the only Apple II magazine still in print.
For an interesting
history of the Mac, visit the Apple
Mac History page by Dan Knight on the Low End Mac website.
Vintage Macs - aka
Legacy Macs - had serial ports (as did the Apple II)
- 68K MACS: the original Macs with 68000 series Motorola
- "OLD WORLD" POWER MACS:
The "old world" PowerMacs with 601, 603, or 604 IBM chips. They
were informally designated as G1 or G2, as follows:.
- G1: 601 PowerMacs - the first generation of PowerMacs
- G2: 603 and 604 PowerMacs - the second generation of
PowerMacs. Sometimes included in this category are the early
beige G3 models with serial ports.
- "NEW WORLD" POWER MACS:
G3, G4,and G5 PowerMacs
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Polly Bookhout designed this website on an Apple IIgs using
Jim O'Reilly maintained it originally with an Apple IIgs using a
Unix shell and maintained it thru 2007 with a G3 iBook under Mac OSX
using a Unix shell,
now with a MacBook using BlueGriffon.
Apple II Forever!
Updated April 15, 2015