My 2020 M1 Mac mini received some nice upgrades recently.Continue reading Mac mini accessories: New keyboard and hub
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
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?
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
My (admittedly terrible) drawing skills have been put to the test with this year’s Halloween graphic.Continue reading Halloween Graphic: 2021 Edition
Say it ain’t so!Continue reading Saying Goodbye: Macintosh SE and 512k/Plus
So you bought your first vintage Mac… now what?Continue reading Getting Started With Your Vintage Macintosh
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