"It looks like you have first option ~ if they do both reach you and you only need one ~ and you are in the UK, I'd be happy to pay half your original postage cost sent to mcsey, plus whatever it costs to send one on to me! Anyway, one step at a…"
I manage what I'm boldly going to call the RetroMacNetwork. I maintain 70 iMac G3s, 40 eMac G4s, and 15 iBook G4s with 20 or so other "modern" Macs in the mix. It's all held together by one Xserve G4, two extensively upgraded Powermac G4s, and a 12" Powerbook G4 server (don't ask).
Personally, I have a 3 PPC minis. One acting as a media PC device for running my home theater, one as a my home pc, and one as a network server. I also have a 12" Powerbook which my girls use as their pc/music station. Finally I have Sparky, my Macbook Pro, which I mostly use for processing video at home.
That was a good story about playing with Mac Paint. I had a similar experience with mouse envy and buying a one for my IIe. Also I read about you cooking
sunday Brunch. Here is a link for a Pear Fritter recipe that is easy to make and tastes great. http://www.foodnetwork.com/food/recipes/recipe/0,1977,FOOD_9936_83690,00.html
WhollyMindless: It's all Panther and Tiger so it's not too tough to manage. It's a little pokey in places, but I'm asking a lot of the hardware in those places. When I first got there it was a mixed 8/9/X network. That wasn't so fun to manage.
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