My 1994 Macintosh PowerBook 165 is alive.Continue reading PowerBook 165: Testing my first vintage laptop
After introducing people to my computer collection, usually one of the first questions I get is: what do you do with all of them?
Instead of giving the same spiel over and over, I decided to write about it.Continue reading What do I use all of my computers for?
January has been shaping up to be a stellar month for my vintage computer and Apple collections, which was made better by today’s scores.Continue reading Introducing the Macintosh SE “SuperSE” & PowerBook 165
After six months of trying to upgrade the memory in the Classic, I was finally successful.Continue reading Tidbits: Classic Memory Upgrade + SoftPC Update
My Macintosh setup is now complete.Continue reading Introducing the Apple ImageWriter II
Last night, my mood was soured when the Classic started having issues.Continue reading Tidbits: Sad Mac – Memory “Issues” in the Classic
“It sure is nice to get out of that bag…”Continue reading IBM ThinkPad T42: Three-year Update
Many vintage computer enthusiasts are celebrating DOScember – using the time to play around with DOS and run some games. Back in March 2019, I demonstrated DOSBox, a DOS emulator that runs on modern machines. But I had a random idea: what if I could get DOS emulation working on one of the vintage Macintosh computers?Continue reading DOScember: SoftPC on a Macintosh?
I typically don’t start tinkering with my vintage computers until late at night. While I typically don’t have any issues with doing this, sometimes I tend to overlook the simple and obvious.Continue reading Midnight Macintosh Adventures: Follow-up and improving the SE’s volume