One week to go till WOzFest ///!
I’ve been scrabbling to get ready – it’s more work than I expected, partly because the Man Cave was in a worse state than I expected after our renovations, but also because I’m divesting myself of so much of the retro-computing material I’ve collected to focus on my Apple ][ passion, the Apple ][ europlus. What that means is heaps of processing and selection that needs to be done on top of just prepping the Man Cave for not far off 20 visitors. I’m hoping this Anzac Day long weekend will give me the time I need to get things prepared.
It now looks like we’ll have at least two products announced and demonstrated on the night, and that’s not all that’s happening.
Ken Gagne, Editor-in-Chief and Publisher of Juiced.GS is generously providing us with a door prize! The winner gets to choose one of:
- A 2016 subscription to Juiced.GS (a US$27 value);
- A 2017 subscription to Juiced.GS (a US$27 value);
- Opus ][: The Software (as a disk image download – a US$25 value); or
- Opus ][: The Source (as a disk image download – a US$25 value).
The aim is to have an Apple ][ select the winner via a random draw – details to be announced. The winner doesn’t have to be present when the prize is drawn, but only attendees on the day will be eligible.
Thanks, Ken, for helping someone get lucky at WOzFest ///!
We’ll have at least two out-of-towners attending, with Geoff and Jason flying up from Melbourne.
Although it’s a work day, I’ve settled on a midday start for those who can make it then. Product announcements and the prize draw won’t happen until after business hours when the bulk of attendees are expected to be here.
But it’s shaping up as a great gathering of Apple ][ aficionados – tinkering, soldering, reconfiguring, cider, pizza, prizes, video hookups, new products! If that sounds like your kind of thing, drop me a line.