Funny cartoon from Joy of Tech:
One of the challenges we collectors of Apple face is deciding on a particular direction for our collection- oftentimes we find ourselves grabbing Apple things that tickle our fancy at the time without a clear path, at least I know I have.
One clear direction is building a collection of Macintosh Compact all-in-ones, but even then there are potentially 50 different…Continue
Everyone loves to make bucket lists of things they want. Oftentimes these objects of our affection are things we know no one will get ever get us either because they have no clue where to find them or simply because they are way too expensive.
Well, in light of the Holiday Season fast approaching, I want to memorialize my 12 Days of Apple Christmas bucket list. Most all…Continue
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Another interesting find while plundering the treasures of eBay. “Apple Computer Inc. EDVT (Engineering Design Verification Test) ETHERNET ADAPTER CARD”
Read more at my blog below, and download the EDVT as a PDF if you want a copy.
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Thought this article might be of interest.
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Woz told me a story in email: "Apple at one point turned down the Pascal P-System. That very evening Bill Atkinson and myself hopped on a plane at our own expense and flew down to UCSD, where the P-System had been developed. We stayed with developers in their lab that whole night and incorporated Apple II disk routines and graphics routines. We brought it back and showed how useful and good this Pascal system was and Apple changed its mind."
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My 1/3 scale mac is done!
I made the case using white 3m Sintra (a sheet of pvc, easy to cut and sand) using an x-acto knife, files…Continue
I recently purchased a Raspberry Pi with the idea of making a 1/2 scale model of a Mac Plus. This is one those "Because I can" projects with no practical use (my favorite kind!). The Raspberry pi is a tiny little computer approximately 4" x 2.5" x .5" in size. As tiny as it is it can run lot of very cool apps including some old school emulators, as Derek has shown,…Continue
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shortly after I started collecting retro Macs, I got busy with a full time job, then I changed jobs and well, the macs kinda got forgotten in the back bedroom. I finally pulled out a few of the earliest ones this past weekend, and have some good news - I got a few of them working again.
1x 512k w/ 400K disk now boots and fully functional
1x Mac Plus was acquired somewhere along the line and it did work at one time, but now the analog board is displaying some bad solder…Continue
http://68kmla.org/forums/viewtopic.php?f=8&t=21041 - Pictures and Documents
He also has:
- Many TAM's
- Many fully working Macintosh Portables Back-lit and Non Back-Lit...
- Prototype See-through Macintosh SE
- A 2mb Ram LISA
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