So, my previous article raised a few heckles here and there but I did learn something interesting regarding Disk Copy.
I've been mulling lately on how to best preserve Mac software that's tucked away on floppy disks, and I've got some thoughts to share.
Every vintage Apple Mac enthusiast knows the importance of having a stockpile of key software to call upon when refurbishing or maintaining their collection. Well, here's an off-the-shelf solution that'll answer the prayers of many of us.
Sometimes, creative men (and women!) have vision that is utterly unlike anything their peers have produced before, or since. Ladies and gentlemen, allow me to introduce you to Peter Small and How God Makes God.
What does the guy who has a 30GB+ Macintosh software archive need? More Macintosh software, of course!
Sometimes you come across a piece of software from Times Of Yore that really makes you stop and boggle at the insanity of it. And MacJesus is one of those games!
There's good retro games, and then there's absolutely fantastic retro games! And we've got some of those playable in-browser for you right now!
When your vintage Mac hobby has taken over your home, what do you do? Bring it into your place of work, too!
What a day yesterday was! Made a couple of super-hot items for the Internet Archive Macintosh emulator and then launched a Patreon for vintageapplemac.com!
It's been a busy time lately on the vintage Macintosh front for me, with a few projects ticking over. In particular, the work I'm doing with the Internet Archive's Mac software library has been great fun and very productive!
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