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Juiced.GS (ISSN 2162-7746) is a quarterly print magazine for Apple II users.
Juiced.GS (ISSN 2162-7746) is a quarterly print magazine for Apple II users.

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II events! II book reviews! II programming articles! It's the latest issue of our Apple II magazine!
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Will North Korea launch its nuclear missiles? Not if the Apple II has anything to say about it! In the latest issue of Juiced.GS, Princeton University researchers present the Apple II hardware and software they've developed that will assist with nuclear disarmament.
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Juiced.GS subscribers can expect the March 2018 issue in their mailboxes any day now!
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The December issue of Juiced_GS is now arriving in subscribers' mailboxes, featuring reviews of the FASTChip //e and Game Port Interface Board, tutorials for the Apple III and ProLine BBS, an ampersand programming guide—and much, much more!
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Happy 50th birthday to the LOGO programming language! Today only, take 50% off our PDF that teaches you how to program in LOGO on the Apple II. Use coupon LOGO50 at checkout! https://juiced.gs/store/logo/
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Our September issue is now en route to subscribers! Celebrate the 40th birthday of the Apple II with our exclusive KansasFest 2017 coverage.
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We've launched two new retrocomputing websites: RSS aggregator Retro Roundup and URL shortener a2.click!
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Juiced.GS has confirmed its continued existence through 2018. Subscribe today!
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After 20 years, Ninjaforce has returned to the demoscene. We have their exclusive report in the latest issue, now en route to subscribers!
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Ever wanted to use ORCA or GNO/ME on your Mac, Windows, or Linux machine? Now you can! Kelvin Sherlock's orca compatibility layer is now available from the Juiced.GS store for only $10.
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