Rev 2.7.4 standalone versions

Mark Swindell mdswindell at cruzio.com
Sun Oct 1 23:28:01 EDT 2006


Yeah, I know.  Pretty funny.  I think it's 8.5 and the 9's are 9.2,  
but I can't remember off the top of my head.  The amazing thing is  
that the thing keeps chugging along, and for a terminal it still  
functions... sloooowwwly.  No one is doing any work on it.

Mark

On Oct 1, 2006, at 6:13 PM, Andre Garzia wrote:

> System 8!!!! :-O
>
> this is like seeing BeOS BeBox or Acord Risc Pcs... last time I  
> used system 8 (and it was 8.5) was in my old university where we  
> had some old macs for DTP classes...
>
> by the way, shouldn't the release of runrev engine for classic be  
> near?
>
> Andre
>
>
> On Oct 1, 2006, at 9:41 PM, Mark Swindell wrote:
>
>> In my classroom I have 6 machines.   Systems: 8 (1 machine), 9 (3  
>> machines), 10.3 (Emac) and 10.4 (iBook).  All are on our LAN.   
>> Both the latter machines access Classic mode from time to time.   
>> Schools still run OS 9 in many cases.  Quantifiable stats I don't  
>> have, but I know it's true.  Many of the older machines are on  
>> their last legs, but until they literally keel over, they will be  
>> in some state of use.
>>
>> Mark
>>
>> On Oct 1, 2006, at 5:12 PM, Richard Gaskin wrote:
>>
>>> Mark Schonewille wrote:
>>>
>>> >> Mark Schonewille wrote:
>>> >>> I still know very many people, schools, firms etc. who still  
>>> haven't
>>> >>> spend the resources on replacing their ancient hardware...
>>> >>>
>>> >> Does Apple or any authoritative EDU body publish market stats
>>> >> quantifying this?
>>> >>
>>> >> It would be help ROI projections to have some idea in advance of
>>> >> how many people would be affected.
>>> >
>>> > Problem is, people who are on a tight budget are not very  
>>> interesting
>>> > to marketeers.
>>>
>>> Precisely why marketers would have a keen interest in quantifying  
>>> this. It would be invaluable to know the percentages of those  
>>> likely to buy products for OS X and those who haven't bought a  
>>> new computer in more than half a decade.
>>>
>>> If the number of people using OS 9 is anything close to as large  
>>> as it was two years ago, all projections for all OS X-based  
>>> vendors will produce a deficit for these companies unless they're  
>>> able to know and correct for this dormant submarket.
>>>
>>> For this reason it would seem very useful for a professional  
>>> marketing firm or major vendor to have put out the relatively  
>>> minor cost to quantify this submarket.
>>>
>>> --
>>>  Richard Gaskin
>>>  Managing Editor, revJournal
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