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2012 Chronicles #0389 - Uranus - Eris Angular Conjunction at Alixeris Eon Midpoint in Cetus II By Klaudio Zic
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Uranus - Eris angular conjunction at Eon midpoint.
Après Moi, Le Dessert: Volume II: A French Eighteenth Century Vegetarian Meal By Jim Chevallier
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Original pre-Revolutionary vegetarian recipes, most newly translated from French, in a selection inspired by a menu prepared for a fast or "meager" day, when no meat was allowed. Includes... More > eighteenth century preparations for onions, lentils, asparagus, peas, almonds, mushrooms, morels, beans, artichokes, cabbage, spinach and truffles, as well as sweet djshes such as apple beignets and creme brulée, and a number of stocks, sauces and doughs. Also includes an essay on "Vegetarians in Eighteenth Century France", exploring the supposed vegetarianism of figures like Voltaire and Rousseau, as well as religious communities and the more general population. An entertaining resource for historical cooks, culinary historians and vegetarians alike.< Less
Assembly Lines: The Complete Book By Roger Wagner
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Note: This is the second printing. It contains all of the corrections as of May 2017 as well as an updated back cover. Roger Wagner’s Assembly Lines articles originally appeared in Softalk... More > magazine from October 1980 to June 1983. The first fifteen articles were reprinted in 1982 in Assembly Lines: The Book. Now, for the first time, all thirty-three articles are available in one complete volume. This edition also contains all of the appendices from the original book as well as new appendices on the 65C02, zero-page memory usage, and a beginner’s guide to using the Merlin Assembler. The book is designed for students of all ages: the nostalgic programmer enjoying the retro revolution, the newcomer interested in learning low-level assembly coding, or the embedded systems developer using the latest 65C02 chips from Western Design Center. “Roger Wagner didn’t just read the first book on programming the Apple computer—he wrote it.” - Steve Wozniak< Less
Assembly Lines: The Complete Book By Roger Wagner
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LARGE PRINT edition. Roger Wagner’s Assembly Lines articles originally appeared in Softalk magazine from October 1980 to June 1983. The first fifteen articles were reprinted in 1982 in... More > Assembly Lines: The Book. Now, for the first time, all thirty-three articles are available in one complete volume. This edition also contains all of the appendices from the original book as well as new appendices on the 65C02, zero-page memory usage, and a beginner’s guide to using the Merlin Assembler. The book is designed for students of all ages: the nostalgic programmer enjoying the retro revolution, the newcomer interested in learning low-level assembly coding, or the embedded systems developer using the latest 65C02 chips from Western Design Center. Note: This is the LARGE PRINT edition.< Less
Call-A.P.P.L.E. Magazine – 1979 Compendium By Bill Martens & Brian Wiser
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The Call-A.P.P.LE. Magazine 1979 Compendium represents a nostalgic look back at the early years of the Apple computing revolution through the eyes of the Apple Pugetsound Program Library Exchange... More > (A.P.P.L.E.) user group. All 9 issues from the second year of Call-A.P.P.L.E. magazine are included. Over 340 pages are enhanced and restored in high-quality grayscale.  Relive the earliest days of the Apple II computer through the eyes of the creators and the users. Highlights Include: •Articles and programs from Apple computing legends including:  John Draper, Val Golding, Andy Hertzfeld, Dan Paymar, Bruce Tognazzini, Roger Wagner, Randy Wigginton, and many others. •Applesoft and Integer BASIC covered in depth including the internal calls and memory maps, along with many utilities documented and included. •Reviews of DOS 3.2 and many utilities, games, books, and newsletters. •Forward from early A.P.P.L.E. board member Don Williams.< Less
Call-A.P.P.L.E. Magazine – 1979 Compendium By Bill Martens & Brian Wiser
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The Call-A.P.P.LE. Magazine 1979 Compendium represents a nostalgic look back at the early years of the Apple computing revolution through the eyes of the Apple Pugetsound Program Library Exchange... More > (A.P.P.L.E.) user group. All 9 issues from the second year of Call-A.P.P.L.E. magazine are included. Over 340 pages are enhanced and restored in high-quality grayscale.  Relive the earliest days of the Apple II computer through the eyes of the creators and the users. Highlights Include: •Articles and programs from Apple computing legends including:  John Draper, Val Golding, Andy Hertzfeld, Dan Paymar, Bruce Tognazzini, Roger Wagner, Randy Wigginton, and many others. •Applesoft and Integer BASIC covered in depth including the internal calls and memory maps, along with many utilities documented and included. •Reviews of DOS 3.2 and many utilities, games, books, and newsletters. •Forward from early A.P.P.L.E. board member Don Williams.< Less
Turtlesoft By Robert Gallup
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Imagine you have a robot turtle.  You might think that rather strange, but try to imagine it anyway.  Imagine that this "turtle" can move around the floor in response to... More > commands you give it such as:  FORWARD and BACK, which tells the turtle to move forward or backward a certain number of steps, and RIGHT and LEFT which tells the turtle to turn a certain amount right or left. As the turtle moves, it leaves a trail you can see.  By giving the turtle the right commands, you can have it draw any shape you want.   Voila!  You have Turtle graphics.  Your Apple II computer screen is the floor and the turtle is a triangle visible on it. As you experiment with trying to draw shapes using Turtle graphics you may find that thinking in "Turtle talk" is much easier for many things than thinking in the "coordinate talk" of normal graphics. Available for both DOS 3.3 and ProDOS and runs on all Apple II computers.< Less
Call-A.P.P.L.E. Magazine – 1978 Compendium By Bill Martens & Brian Wiser
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The Call-A.P.P.LE. Magazine 1978 Compendium represents a nostalgic look back at the early years of the Apple computing revolution through the eyes of the Apple Pugetsound Program Library Exchange... More > (A.P.P.L.E.) User Group. All 10 issues from the first year of Call-A.P.P.L.E. magazine are included. Over 100 pages are enhanced and restored in high-quality grayscale, complete with the advertisements and program listings from those issues. Highlights Include: • Articles and programs from Apple computing legends including: Robert Clardy, Val J. Golding, Neil Konzen, Randy Wigginton, Roger Wagner, Don Williams, and Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak. • A brief history of Apple by former Apple Inc. CEO Michael Scott. • The first documentation of Integer and Applesoft outside of Apple. • Reviews of the Disk II, DOS 3.1, Applesoft, the first printer for the Apple II, and many other revolutionary products.< Less
Call-A.P.P.L.E. Magazine – 1978 Compendium By Bill Martens & Brian Wiser
Hardcover: $34.95
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The Call-A.P.P.LE. Magazine 1978 Compendium represents a nostalgic look back at the early years of the Apple computing revolution through the eyes of the Apple Pugetsound Program Library Exchange... More > (A.P.P.L.E.) User Group. All 10 issues from the first year of Call-A.P.P.L.E. magazine are included. Over 100 pages are enhanced and restored in high-quality grayscale, complete with the advertisements and program listings from those issues. Highlights Include: • Articles and programs from Apple computing legends including: Robert Clardy, Val J. Golding, Neil Konzen, Randy Wigginton, Roger Wagner, Don Williams, and Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak. • A brief history of Apple by former Apple Inc. CEO Michael Scott. • The first documentation of Integer and Applesoft outside of Apple. • Reviews of the Disk II, DOS 3.1, Applesoft, the first printer for the Apple II, and many other revolutionary products.< Less
Big Mac Macro Assembler By Glen E. Bredon
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Big Mac is an advanced editor-assembler for Apple II computer programmers.  This book includes documentation for Big Mac: Macro Assembler, along with Big Mac.LC, Symbol Cross-Reference, and... More > Symbol Symon that expand its capabilities.< Less

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