Monthly Archives: June 2008

Radiohead’s “Nude” Played On Vintage Hardware

This is one of the most amazing things I’ve ever seen. I had to share. As creator James Houston explains, I’ve just graduated from the Glasgow School of Art’s graphic design course. This was my final project. Radiohead held an … Continue reading

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Uthernet in my Apple IIgs

Back in April I made a post regarding the Uthernet card, Ethernet for the Apple II. As I indicated, I laid down my $89 and ordered one as soon as I learned that a2RetroSystems was selling a new batch. It … Continue reading

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Web 2.0? It’s “Brain 2.0” I say.

For the past week or so I have had basically no connectivity via my normally blazing fast Comcast internet connection. It’s up for brief moments, but that’s it. It’s rather unfortunate as Arnold Kim and I are trying hard to … Continue reading

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Newton Poetry: An Active Newton Blog…In 2008

As my readers are likely aware, I’m a big fan of the Apple Newton. I consider my MessagePad 2100 to be the finest PDA I’ve ever owned, relatively speaking. That said, imagine how surprised and happy I was to run … Continue reading

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