There's a great tutorial at Apokalypse Software for getting the iPhone 2.2.1 SDK working on a PPC Mac (up until now, doing development for the iPhone meant getting an Intel-based Mac). It takes some work, but nothing that will pose a problem for most developers. Before you begin, remember that you m...
April 2nd 2009 at 7:30am
This post combines two things we love: inventive geeks and vintage Macs. Peter Jungers and Josh Burker worked together to write several HyperCard stacks to compose their music, which you can listen to here. That's a trio of 68K Macs you're listening to (though it reminds me of a scene from Suspiria)...
July 16th 2007 at 4:30pm
interesting I haven't seen before. Blogger David Weiss works at Microsoft's Mac Business Unit (MacBU), and offers a
great tour of the MacBU's Mac labs
on his blog. There's a lot to see here, from rooms full of vintage Macs, all sorts of printers you can image up and
running (test, t...
April 20th 2006 at 5:00pm
Ah, the pizza box
Macs: Flat, broad squares of loveliness. I knew someone who had a Centris 660AV just like this one, which she refused
to replace up until only two or three years ago (and its replacement was a 350MHz G3 iMac). Sometimes it's hard to let
workhorse" posted by glug.F...
April 14th 2006 at 1:00pm
Today's rig shot
is fantastic. Flickr user and TUAW reader thenode hosted a bit of a "family reunion" for many of his Macs.
Specifically, he got a Powerbook 520c, an SE-30, a Quadra 630 and a Mac mini (the youngster of the group) all networked
together to play Armor Alley. The kids even go...
April 4th 2006 at 1:00pm
collect Macs and other Apple goodies, but Flickr user mactarkus has got me beat. Check out the iMacs (is that a flower
power in the foreground?), All in One, compact Macs, Mac TV...even a Twentieth Anniversary Mac, which, for me, is the
Holy Grail. Two great posters wrap up the collection.&qu...
January 17th 2006 at 4:30pm