When I started listening to the RetroMacCast, I had only a very vague idea of what a Newton was. After about 60 or so episodes (I started with the first episode), I was intrigued and started to do some research of my own. Unsurprisingly, I ended up buying one. I decided that I was going to get a Newton 130, since that would enable me to use new batteries without the hassle of having to rebuild a battery pack.
Said and done, I had some fun playing around with it, but I struggled to…Continue
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Woz in wax: Madame Tussauds unveils Steve Wozniak statue - Cult of Mac
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Hello Macintosh People,
This is one of my creation, an AMIGA 1200 Raspberry Pi prototype. I know itsn't an Apple but can be similar aestetically to an Apple II.
Now The case with mounting holes for Raspberry pi and keyrah v2 can be bought from amigastore.eu after a successfull Kickstarter from Phil Lang.
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This is a short video of how works my Macintosh Plus Raspberry Pi, the image is like the real Macintosh Plus but i have to scroll the screen because of the size of crt tv 5,5" instead of a 9" in the Macintosh plus. The effect is impressive.
Yes my TAM arrived all the way from Japan. Alas, when I plugged it in I heard a muffled pop from somewhere inside the subwoofer/power supply. I didn't smell the magic smoke though, and when I got the subwoofer taken apart (Thank you https://www.cardboard-box.com/fixtambuzz/index.html !!) Spiderwebs, some dead bugs (Imported dead bugs, fancy!) and corroded metal are what greeted me. The one and only fuze still reads good and I…Continue
Hey everyone, FWIW guest access on my classic share is fixed. Connect to afp://www.tauceti.org as guest (should mount automatically, if not mount the "classic" share) and have a look.
I picked up an LCII awhile back, not sure if I posted about it here or not. Anyway, I had System 7 all installed up and boom...the hard drive dies. Yikes. I was able to find another SCSI drive on eBay for uh...too much...I've yet to reinstall the system. I was using an old iBook G3 with MacOS 9 to restore the System 7 disk images onto floppies on at a time. I had so many bad floppies I ended up having to use the same darn one. That's right, image, install, eject, re-image, eject, install,…Continue
Let's all gather around our favorite beige beauty, open the Feb '98 MacAddict disc, and enjoy this holiday classic "It's A Wonderful Mac".
No disc? No problem, it can be found here to!
If you're interested, you can connect to tauceti.org via AFP, connect as guest, and mount "classic". It has quite a bit of classic Macintosh software you may find handy.
I don't want to post it twice, so here.
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Aralia asked, "What can you do with a G5?" but has wall moderation turned on so I can't reply. Setting aside all the things that fall under the category of "everything you can do with a modern Mac but slower":
It started out innocently enough.
I've gone from having zero old Macs to having two of Apple's least desirable Macs sitting beside me in my office. One is a clone and the other a (shudder) PowerBook 5300.
Last summer, a StarMax 4000 showed up at my…Continue
So I had my first podcast experience last week, thanks to David, James and John! Listening back it was ok but I waffled on a bit in the second half of it - for that I apologise! Lack of audio experience i'm afraid.
The Lisa 2 version of the PiXL is done in terms of design, we're waiting on the first batch to come through and we've already had a small number of orders for it which is fantastic. Although, I stress again, this isn't a commercial project as the main objective…Continue
When I get time – almost never – I'm working on a book called "What I Learned as a Computer Guy". This book will be in two sections, intermingled. The first section is computer-related stuff. I'll have chapters on
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Just in case you are interested…
I cut my computing teeth on DOS version 3.3 and IBM AT (two 320 K 5 1/2 inch floppy disks, no hard drive). This was, of course, a nightmarish experience. When I was deciding whether to get a computer of my own, a friend of mine from where I worked said I should at least look at the Macintosh.…Continue
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You may have listened to the interview with Rebecca Heineman & Jennell Jaquays that Brian Wiser and I did but if you haven't read it yet go check out the article (and all the other great articles) over at Call-A.P.P.L.E.. I can't imagine how long it must have taken to transcribe it. Brian has also out did himself finding great graphics to go with the…Continue
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I don't usually pick up older software, but I made an exception here:
This is version 1.0, for HP-UX as the sticker notes. Still sealed and…Continue
Cinnamon II is a Kickstarter smartwatch project that ends on Thursday August 13. Here are some details:
The Cinnamon II is quite possibly the ultimate in retro geek fashion. A complete 1980's era microcomputer for your wrist! It features a virtualized 6502 clocked at a blistering 1 Megahertz and a whopping 32K of memory!
It is software compatible with the original Apple® ][ and includes a custom hardware accelerated BASIC interpreter. Code programs right there on your wrist!…Continue
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