The following updates have been made to this site. Updates are the result of new materials being received and are generally scheduled at the earliest convenience of our staff.
We added the history section, which contains a number of interviews with Beagle Bros employees and founding members. (Thanks to Brian Wiser for the additions)
We have now added the books section to the website along with The Big Tip Book by Bert Kersey and Bill Sanders. Our thanks to Andrew Erickson for scanning this book for us.
Thanks to the efforts of Brian Wiser, we now have two new graphics sections in the Beagle Bros Software Repository. Sections 6 and 7 of the graphics contain some of the more obscure items, searched out over the past two years by Brian. They are now available for everyone's enjoyment and download.
Thanks to Cristian Ramirez, we now have a alternative version of Apple Mechanic which has been added to the Apple Mechanic software download.
Thanks to the efforts of Brian Wiser, the Beagle Bros Software Repository is now proud to announce the immediate availability of the Graphics Library 5, a new collection of graphics from Beagle Bros which were included in various publications.
Thanks to Brian Wiser, we now have better quality graphics for some of the Graphics in Graphics Library 4.
This is a collection of Beagle Bros Graphics submitted by Brian Wiser. Originally appearing in the Nibble Magazine Collection, these graphics further the legacy of the hilarious aspect of the Beagle Bros Legacy. All of them are now available on the Beagle Bros Software Repository.
Several of you pointed out that the DOSBoss archive actually contained the DiskQuik archive. This issue has been resolved and the proper archive is now downloadable. Thanks to all who pointed out this problem.
We have begun adding the first installment of the TimeOut Series. If you see something that is not there, feel free to contact us. At this point we have 16 TimeOut series packages. The first eight are currently being added with the 2nd bunch of 8 expected to be available in about 2 weeks. (i.e. 30th of January,2009.)
Thanks to the kind donation of the Pro-Byter Manual and Reference Card scans by George Karpel, we are now able to announce the immediate availability of the Pro-Byter package from the Vintage Software section.
Thanks to Michael Mahon for upgrading the graphics quality and pointing out some issues with the initial PDF of the Apple II Tip Book One. We have uploaded the new PDF to the site and it is now available.
Thanks to the efforts of Warren Ernst to track down all of the original authors and get their permission, we are now beginning to release the Timeout series. The first part of this series will be available here on January 10th with Part II to come sometime later in the month. Eight packages will be released on the 10th complete with disk images and manuals all in PDF format.
Stay tuned for more as we update the site.
This was the 1980-81 Tip book also known as One. It has been generously donated to us by Rick Hohler and is completely searchable.
After the re-sectioning of the software section on the site, we have moved the I.O. Silver and the Beagle Bag packages to that section.
Thanks to Brian Wiser, George Karpel, and Stavros Karatsoridis, we now have the complete Beagle Bag package up and ready for your downloading pleasure.
We restructured the Software section this week splitting it into three sections; Vintage, Timeout Series, and Other. We had all of the software in a single section but with the introduction of the other Beagle Bros items to the website, we needed to make the site a bit easier to understand for our users.
The Timeout series and the Other items will be added as we complete the scans of the manuals. if you have scans of the Beagle Bros Timeout series manuals already, feel free to let us know and we will be more than happy to add them to the site and include your name in the contributors list.
Added three sections of the iconic Beagle Bros graphics that they produced in various periodicals and advertisements during the existence of the company. Our thanks go out to Brian Wiser for providing these items.
Thanks to the efforts of Brian Wiser, we now have 6 different logos used by Beagle Bros in the Graphics Section.
Thanks to the conversion efforts of Bill Buckels, we now have disk images for Minipix 2 & 3. We have included them as part of the Minixpix 1 archive until we receive manuals for each individual package.