I thought we were past this point, but it appears the 1991 Macintosh Classic is acting up again.Continue reading Random Macintosh Classic issues
BlueSCSI: The ultimate classic Mac hard drive replacement
It finally happened… the Macintosh Classic got a storage upgrade.Continue reading BlueSCSI: The ultimate classic Mac hard drive replacement
1994 Macintosh PowerBook 165 Project: Plans
Since acquiring both machines in January 2021, the 1988 Apple Macintosh “SuperSE” has received more attention than its younger sibling, an Apple Macintosh PowerBook 165 from 1994. I hope to change that soon.Continue reading 1994 Macintosh PowerBook 165 Project: Plans
Mac mini accessories: New keyboard and hub
My 2020 M1 Mac mini received some nice upgrades recently.Continue reading Mac mini accessories: New keyboard and hub
UTM Emulator testing: Windows XP
I’m trying out UTM, a new virtual machine app compatible with Apple’s new M1 architecture on newer Macs, to emulate an operating system from my childhood.
Note: This test focuses on the desktop version for macOS.Continue reading UTM Emulator testing: Windows XP
May 2022 Update
I haven’t been as active at writing content over the past year for a couple reasons.Continue reading May 2022 Update
Tidbits: TrueType on vintage hardware?
After several failed attempts, I finally found a way to get modern TrueType fonts to work on my trusty 1991 Macintosh Classic.Continue reading Tidbits: TrueType on vintage hardware?
“Bury Me a Royal” Collection: My Kansas City Royals collection
I didn’t grow up with an interest of sports, until recently. That interest has filled my room with over 50 bobbleheads and other Kansas City Royals memorabilia.Continue reading “Bury Me a Royal” Collection: My Kansas City Royals collection
2020 M1 Mac mini: One month later
It has been more than a month since I unboxed the 2020 M1 Mac mini and set it up. Since, it has served as my daily driver — I’ve used it for everything from browsing the web, writing posts (this one included), watching videos/movies, playing Minecraft, and everything in between.
In this post, I’ll detail my thoughts on the computer after using it daily for a month.Continue reading 2020 M1 Mac mini: One month later
Kewanee Boiler website update
As promised, the Kewanee Boiler content has been moved over from the old, static site to a new WordPress section. The old pages will be removed and replaced with redirect pages on February 28, 2022.Continue reading Kewanee Boiler website update