Scanned and posted Assembly Language Programming for the Apple II by Robert Mottola. Published by OSBORNE/McGraw-Hill, 1982 (ISBN: 0-931988-51-9).
Scanned and posted a binder of Apple /// guides and articles.
I called this “Catch the ///rd Wave” because each binder section has the iconic graphic below the title:
This was one of the slogans used during Apple’s “Let Me Reintroduce Myself” PR push during the rollout of the revised /// in late ’81 and ’82, which leads me to believe the binder might have been put out by Cupertino rather than something compiled by a Users Group or training program, as I initially believed.
The binder has tabbed sections containing the Apple /// Software Resource Guide and the Apple /// Peripherals/Accessories Guide dated December 1982, which seem to be a precursor to the “Will Someone Please Tell Me What an Apple /// Can Do?” and “Resource Guide for Apple /// and Apple /// Plus Hardware and Software” pamphlets that were produced later on.
The final section is a selection of reprinted reviews from the popular magazines of the day that focused on the new ///. The articles are from late 1981 and 1982 and tend to be at least lukewarm to mildly positive in tone.
Scanned and posted documentation and disk images for Alternate Reality: The Dungeon, Galactic Saga III: Galactic Revolution, and Galactic Saga IV: Tawala’s Last Redoubt.
Scanned and uploaded documentation for Bank Street Writer (IIc and 128K IIe version); Dave Winfield’s BATTER UP!; Galactic Saga I: Galactic Empire; and Star Dance.