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?
Throw away your Yamahas, Rolands, Synclaviers, and other synthesizers – because you can create music with your Macintosh computer.
Continue reading Tidbits: MusicWorks – Making Music with Classic Macs
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
I am planning on taking a short hiatus from my personal website. (Note: this post includes some personal topics.)
Continue reading Website & Personal Update: 1/10/2021
To complement my 1988 Macintosh SE, I’ve finally replaced my iPhone 6s with a 2020 iPhone SE.
Continue reading iPhone SE (2nd Gen, 2020): First Impressions
Instead of continuing to post content on my personal Twitter, I’ve decided to create a new Twitter account dedicated to this blog and my personal interests.
You can find the new account at
@gfuller_blog on Twitter. There, I will hopefully be posting content regularly about my (vintage) computers, bicycles, Kewanee Boilers, AT&T Long Lines sites, and more – as well as updates on my website and teasers for upcoming posts. Follow me today!
A link to the new Twitter account has been added to the menu on this website.
Like in 2018, I decided to record one of my computers doing the countdown.
1988 Macintosh SE doing the countdown
This year, the computer was the 1988 Macintosh SE. I synchronized the clock on the SE to the NIST atomic clock read out, and set an alarm for midnight.
Continue reading Happy New Year!
Recently I created a video discussing the genesis and growth of my computing hobby.
Continue reading TBT: The “How” of my Computer Hobby