So you bought your first vintage Mac… now what?Continue reading Getting Started With Your Vintage Macintosh
It has been a while since I’ve went on a nice, long ride with the 2016 Giant Sedona. In fact, the last longest (5.8 miles) ride was back in February.
Before my ride, I made some upgrades to the Sedona.Continue reading Sedona Update: May 2021
During MARCHintosh 2021, I planned to take a closer look at the early days of desktop publishing by looking at Aldus’ PageMaker software – one of the early successful desktop publishing software titles that would later heavily influence Adobe InDesign – the modern de facto standard in desktop publishing.Continue reading Aldus PageMaker: A Look At Early Desktop Publishing
I finally got a laser printer!Continue reading Introducing: the 1989 Apple LaserWriter IISC
Good news: new content is in the works!Continue reading May 2021 Update
For the first time in nearly a decade, I own a gaming console.Continue reading Nintendo Switch: First Impressions
Once again, I am planning a short hiatus from the website.Continue reading Website Update: April 2021
The year of the vintage Macs continues to surprise me.Continue reading Apple Haul + Introducing Macintosh Plus
The SuperSE’s boards have returned with fresh caps… will it all work?Continue reading 1988 Macintosh SuperSE Project: Part 2
When people think of vintage computers, they see something relatively useless in the high-tech modern world where even the most basic computers can connect to the internet and browse the web. However, you can still do quite a bit with a 30-year-old computer.
For instance: basic productivity, such as word processing and spreadsheets.Continue reading MARCHintosh 2021: General Productivity on a “minimal” 1988 SE