vokey at uleth.ca
Wed Apr 22 00:00:07 EDT 2009
Amateurs. I still keep Apple ][ GS computers running (you want vblint
sync, that is all that is left; you want horizontal line scanning
sync: there is no other machine!). And Hypercard on the ][GS (full
colour!) was in many ways what hypercard should have been on the mac.
It died with the ][GS, but it was fun. I still run it in emulation on
OSX (and then back-port the software to the ][GSs).
On 21-Apr-09, at 6:55 PM, use-revolution-request at lists.runrev.com wrote:
> Wow, Andre, that's the right attitude! Unfortunately about 9 of my
> computers are stuffed
> in the attic of my house in St Andrews, Scotland, and I have yet to
> out how to get them to
> Bulgaria (especially my 'first love', my BBC Master Compact).
> I had great fun 2 years ago, on holiday in Scotland, running up a
> pile of simple programs
> for my school using Runtime Revolution 1.1.1 on an all-in-one Mac
> Performa PC 5260CD and then
> burning all the stuff onto a CD via my external 4x SCSI burner;
> lovely job!
> I also managed to convert some Hypercard stuff of mine with Metacard
> then use that as
> a foundation for some new things.
> Mind you, the built-to-order SCSI card I have in the back of my G4 Mac
> only seems to work
> with Mac OS 9, and then plays funny games with my ZIP drive.
> If I could get all my old Macs to Bulgaria I would probably use them
> instead of the Pentium IIIs
> with Ubuntu as I believe their lives will be longer.
> sincerely, Richmond Mathewson.
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