Category Archives: Apple

Time.com has some early photos of the Apple I

The Technologizer has some early Polaroids of Apple Is.. You can see them on their article “Behold, Some of the First Apple Computer Photos Ever”

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Sotheby’s sells Apple I for $374,500. Vintage computer collectors around the world faint

I actually thought I published this before, but I didn’t. Oh well I’m late but better late than never. A well documented and true original Apple I was sold at Sotheby’s for $374,500 by an unknown phone in bidder. The … Continue reading

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MARCH Shows off Apple 1 replica at HOPE 9 and it makes SLASHDOT

MARCH (MidAtlantic Retro Computing Hobbyists) showed of their Apple 1 replica and the people at Slashdot.org picked up on it Here is link to he article http://hardware.slashdot.org/story/12/07/31/2319249/march-presents-apple-i-reproduction-in-action-at-hope-9

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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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Jerry Manock talks about Steve Jobs and his days at Apple

Seven Days, the Vermont’s independent voice has a great article with Jerry Manock. Jerry Manock is regarded as the father of the Apple Industrial Design Group. He worked in the design team that designed the Apple II, Apple III and the … Continue reading

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John Scully interview at The Classic Computing Show

What a way to start the new year!! David Greelish is at it again with his Classic Computing show podcast. You may know David from his Retro Computing Roundtable podcast This time he interviews John Scully, CEO of Apple Computers … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday WOZ!

I’m sorry I am late on this.. Happy Birthday Steve Wozniak , today he will be 61..  

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Calling all Apple II owners, your computers are needed for a concert.

Apple II Concert Saturday, June 25th, 2011 6pm: Meeting of the Apple II owners/musicians 8pm: Concert So it looks like artist group The Machine Project is putting together a concert and they need Apple IIs.  From their page. The old … Continue reading

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More Cap Busting! Thank you Mr. Cooper

So one of my readers and fellow aficionado/blogger Cameron Cooper saw my post about the capacitor I blew up in my Heathkit H-17. So he wrote to me this wonderful e-mail. Christian, I recently had a similar experience with an Altair … Continue reading

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