I recently purchased a new accessory that will make it easier and more enjoyable to play with my compact Macs.Continue reading FloppyEmu: A New Toy (First Impression)
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
On this blog, I’ve covered Basilisk II and recently Mini vMac, two of the more popular classic Macintosh emulators. However, recently, there’s a new kid on the block.Continue reading Macintosh.js: A new classic Mac OS emulator?
Want to experience what it was like to use a Macintosh Plus from your modern computer? Mini vMac is the solution…Continue reading Mini vMac: [Another] Classic Macintosh Emulator
After about 6-7 years of waiting, it finally happened.Continue reading Introducing: 1991 Macintosh Classic
Want to run yesterday’s Macintosh software on your modern Mac or PC?Continue reading Basilisk II: Classic Mac Emulator
Ever since Apple co-founder and tech visionary Steve Jobs died in 2011, many works about his life have been commissioned. One of those works was the 2013 movie “Jobs.”Continue reading Jobs: The Review
To further my series on the ThinkPad’s 25th anniversary, I’ll be discussing the history of portable computing and the role that the ThinkPad plays in the topic. Continue reading A History of Portable Computing
Last week, a classmate got into a heated argument with a professor about why Mac OS X (now macOS) is superior to Microsoft Windows. This isn’t the first (or last) time anybody involved with CIS or IT will hear this argument, as it’s almost a weekly argument. I’ve been wanting to write about this for a while now, and I feel it is a perfect time to write. Continue reading Mac vs. Windows: The Showdown