Monthly Archives: June 2012

Evan Koblentz & Corey Cohen on CNN talking about the Apple I Auction

MARCH Members Evan Koblentz & Corey Cohen were on CNN to talk about the Apple I as a recent auction of a Apple I went for $375.000

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An interesting story on the history of Project Marklar (The Intel version of the Mac Operating System)

Kim Scheinberg wrote an interesting post on quora.com about Apple’s Secrecy by telling a story on how her husband John Kullman ported the Mac OS to the Intel x86 platform. To make a long story short, Around June of 2000 … Continue reading

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The Hardware Project, a place to find documentation

The Hardware Project www.thehardwareproject.org is a site that has all sorts of documentation for all sorts of computers and they are looking for more. I give them credit. It’s not easy gathering, cataloging and posting all that documentation. You should really check … Continue reading

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Lee Felsenstein is coming to InfoAge in NJ on July 1st 2012

Lee Felsenstein will be visiting the MidAtlantic Retro Computing Hobbyists over at the Infoage Science History Museum and Learning Center in NJ on Sunday July 1st 2012 around 10:30am. He will be giving a small lecture and hopefully answer some questions. Lee Felsenstein is … Continue reading

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