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How do you use this newfangled "blog" thing?

Is it like an LAN party?? ;) Anyhow, for the lonely soul or souls that may be reading this text, I'll post up my progress on my Apple Lisa school project, and use it as a rough outline for myself. Since I can't afford to buy a good old, actual Lisa, I am forced to take desperate measures and create my very own Lisa out of cardboard. I'll probably poke around the backwater boonies of this newfangled "World Wide Web" and find the dimensions for the Lisa, her keyboard, and her mouse. Details will come soon! =) Thanks for reading this, HeathBar

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Comment by James on December 17, 2007 at 7:33pm
Let us know here if you need us to get some specs or pictures from our collections. I'm sure everyone would be very happy to help.
Comment by Wholly Mindless on December 17, 2007 at 8:36pm
Maybe you can steal a machine to drop into it with a lisa emulator running on it! Please let us know how your presentation goes.

I assume that you're familiar with the issue that the original mac was so tiny that it couldn't "self host" compilers. All the original mac software was written on Lisa and for the first couple of years all of it was written on lisas or Mac/XL
Comment by sunder on December 19, 2007 at 7:21pm
You can always play with the lisa emulator: - it's almost like using a real Lisa. :-)


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