If you haven't just come from the Big Apple Users Group, an on-line Apple II and vintage Mac user group in NYC, you should visit the BAUG website .
A2Central.com, now run by Sean Fahey, is the principal on-line resource for the Apple II community.
You are welcome to attend KFest
For a guide to Apple II on-line services we recommend you visit A2 WEB, "The Mother of All Apple II Websites", which links to many other Apple II websites.
The A2 Web includes pages about "what's new", publishers, net software, hardware vendors, software vendors, hardware repair, emulators, newsgroups, classifieds, home pages, user groups, IRC, FAQs, and KFest.
You may also wish to tour the Apple II websites featured on the A2 WebRing, "The Mother of All Apple II WebRings".
The Apple 2 list is an e-mail list run by lowendmac.com as a service to the Apple II community. For info about the Apple 2 list visit the apple2list page on the lowendmac site. To subscribe to the Apple 2 list, e-mail to email@example.com.
LowEndMac.com sponsors mail lists about various vintage Macs. For info on how to subscribe to any of these mail lists visit the low end Mac lists.
Steve Wozniak designed and built the original Apple, and, together with Steve Jobs, founded Apple Computer.
Here are some places to find Apple II user groups:
Though they're not web sites, we thought we'd mention the Apple II newsgroups on Usenet.
WARNING: Mac OS X does not recognize addresses starting with "news:".
To contact us.
BAUG Web Site Map.