The Apple IIGS was the first computer in the '16-bit Apple Computer' line, released in September 1986 as a successor to the Apple II, Apple II Plus, and Apple IIe systems. Competing internally with the Apple Macintosh (developed by Steve Jobs and team), and the Apple Lisa (developed by Jobs, but later taken over by other members of the company); the Apple IIGS savaged the Macintosh and Lisa in terms of sheer sales, as the IIGS boasted backwards compatibility with the Apple II, and a speedy 65C816 processor and a fully operable multimedia system, with full RGB colors and 32-channel 8-bit wavetable sound. After Jobs' forced departure from the company in 1985, Steve Wozniak's Apple IIGS became the crown jewel of the Empire, and contributed to the discontinuation of the Macintosh in 1987 after disappointing sales, ending with the Macintosh Plus.
In 1991, the Apple IIGS was succeeded by it's own successor -- the A4, or "Apple 4", which expanded upon the feature sets of the Apple IIGS.
The American Palaeop of the Interior is the ruler of the Palaeopitus of the Interior, composing the vast tracts of virtually-uninhabited Wild Counties that lie between the cities and superhighways of the mid-to-far west.
Apparently the etymology means dominion over nature, so I thought it appropriate for an esoteric, secretive Deep Ecoloy deep state.So the only thing I can find for the word "Palaeopitus" is a secret society at Dartmouth College. What's the story behind the name?
I guess I should probably post this here too.
I was gonna make a infobox for the Galactic senate, but in the process of doing so found out that no one knows how the Senate works, so I just made a box for the First Order. The only things of questionable canonicity here are: The official name of First Order space being the Galactic Empire, the existence of a First Order SAGroup, and the website URL.First Order as North Korea? Cool