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July 2009 Blog Posts (5)

This Old Mac No.1

Hello I am Brian Hedley a computer geek of many years … I have had several computers over the years and this is my column documenting the trials and tribulations of running an Old Mac. I would like to say it would follow a regular schedule but known me it won’t.

So I now sit at an iMac 400mhz Indigo G3 it is far from a speed demon to be honest with you, but it is functional I suppose. Running Panther is probably not the best operating system for as it struggles along. 128Mb is the… Continue

Added by Brian Hedley on July 28, 2009 at 6:36am — No Comments

MacHEADS is now on iTunes UK!

God save the queen, MacHEADS is coming to Great Britain! The movie is making its debut at the UK and there is no better place than iTunes to kick off the fun. Buy it on

iTunes UK ₤6.99 or Rent it… Continue

Added by mac on July 20, 2009 at 5:09pm — 1 Comment

Gizmodo Goes Back in Time to 1979

Gizmodo popped up a whole set of articles based on products and technologies from 1979 - The original Apple, the apple ][+ and many many other other products and technologies are discussed. It isn't in great detail but does tend to have some great pictures.

A fun read at Gizmodo '79

Added by Wholly Mindless on July 16, 2009 at 7:47am — No Comments

The End of An Era - Compuserve Shuts Down

The original Compuserve service was shutdown today by AOL. Although email addresses are still usable on new servers, it's no longer.

Get more info here

This used to be the core of EVERYTHING. AppleLink and all.

I'm kinda shocked it was still alive this long.

Added by Wholly Mindless on July 4, 2009 at 4:54pm — 1 Comment

Welcome to Macintosh Documentary available on Comcast

The makers of Welcome to Macintosh are happy to announce that the documentary will be available to all US Comcast Cable TV subscribers on Pay Per View beginning July 1st 2009. Comcast Subscribers can find it in the Pay Per View channels as well as the "Movie" section of their On Demand service.

"Getting to offer "Welcome to Macintosh" to the over over twenty four million Comcast's subscribers is an important achievement for an independent film" says Rob Baca, Co-director of the… Continue

Added by Welcome to Macintosh on July 1, 2009 at 12:30am — No Comments

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