Today, the computer that revolutionized the way we use computers — Apple’s Macintosh — turns 40.Continue reading The Mac turns 40
Not much has gone right with the restoration of my 1994 Apple Macintosh PowerBook 165.Continue reading Stumped by a screw: Macintosh PowerBook 165 restoration woes, Part 1
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
I finally made the leap to Apple M1-powered Macs!Continue reading 2020 Mac mini M1: First impressions
I finally got a laser printer!Continue reading Introducing: the 1989 Apple LaserWriter IISC
The year of the vintage Macs continues to surprise me.Continue reading Apple Haul + Introducing Macintosh Plus
My Macintosh setup is now complete.Continue reading Introducing the Apple ImageWriter II
Recently I created a video discussing the genesis and growth of my computing hobby.Continue reading TBT: The “How” of my Computer Hobby
This year, Apple surprised us with two giant leaps forward for the Mac: the introduction of their own M1 silicon, and the introduction of macOS 11 “Big Sur.”
But let’s take a leap back in time nearly 30 years and look at System 7.Continue reading System 7 on the 1991 Macintosh Classic
Most ordinary Friday nights for ordinary people consist of relaxing and having a good time to unwind from the week. But 2020 is far from ordinary, and I’m far from an ordinary person.
I spent my Friday night looking at Easter eggs in the ROM of my 1988 Macintosh SE.Continue reading Tidbits: Exploring Easter eggs in the SE ROM