Hi all,Augh, it's been far too long since my last visit to this site — thanks James and John for what is still my favourite retro-computing podcast.Anyway, this post is, perhaps, slightly off-topic (in that it predates the Macintosh), but I wanted to share a link to this archive of episodes and clips with people here — partly because there probably are a few people who saw this show when it originally aired and might enjoy a trip down memory lane, partly because it features many of the…See More
My first Mac was the PowerBook G4 that I bought, brand new, in 2003.
How many Macs do you own?
13 (18 counting my Apple ][s). Aside from my BSD and Linux servers, I use three UNIX boxes on a day-to-day basis --- my PowerBook, my dual PowerMac G5, and an iBook G4-come-media-player. I also have a few 68000, 68030, 68040 and early-PPC Macs; and I have an SE/30 running A/UX 3.1 (huzzah)! (Thankfully this question didn't ask how many computers I have. *cough*)
Ought Oh! There are, *cough,* o t h e r computers amongst the Macs and Apples? Well, since you have such an impressive collection, I think we can look the other way, just this once since we have a few others here who have, uh, Devil Boxes with which to play games.
Hey Peter, you have an amazing computer background. Sounds like you not only collect, but you put them to work. And, I beat James only because I have odd hours, and I know that often I'm up way later than James is. And he and John have to do their podcast thing or we get all anxious and start to have withdrawal symptoms.
Good luck on the 512k auction! I hope you get to add it to your collection. Are you going to put up some photos of this network you put together? I'd love to see some.
Thanks for the kind words! We never tire of hearing from people who appreciate the work we put into the podcast each week. I hope you can find some time to participate here on the website now that you've joined. The more the merrier!
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