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...
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)...
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...
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