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Mac System 1.0 Browser Emulation at myoldmac.net

January 24, 2014

To celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Macintosh computer on January 24, 2014 we launch a System 1.1 emulation - Google group members are invited to boot the emulation one day before the official launch.

This online Macintosh System 1.1 emulation is a homage to the most innovative operating system in computer history. The emulation offers a complete "System 1" on a 1984 Macintosh 1 bit, black and white display.

Please visit http://myoldmac.net/system1/

Usage: On the page click the "Test drive Macintosh System 1" link and wait about 30 seconds until Macintosh System 1 is completely loaded. If you're having trouble double clicking, trying slowing down your taps to about one per second. If you are using  Internet Explorer and the System doesn't boot after 30 seconds please use Firefox Browser and have fun!

Bring back your 68k memories!

Yours,
Oliver

Credits: Emulator: Hampa Hug | Browser Port: James Friend | Installation : Lion Vollnhals | Help: Lukas Pajonczek

 


09/2013 | Apple One Sells For Nearly $388,000

October 31, 2013


Apple-1 computer fetched nearly $388,000. Christie’s has just sold one of the original Apple One computers, put together in the garage of Steve Jobs‘ parents, for $387,000 during an online auction of vintage tech products. The Apple-1, one of the first 25 Apple-1 computers, was designed and hand built by Steve Wozniak in 1976. It’s thought there are less than 50 Apple-1 computers still in existence.

Some commentators had speculated it could fetch over $1 million, but although it broke the $300,000 low estimate that Christie’s set for the computer, it fetched considerably less than Christie’s high estimate of $500,000. The price paid was also well below the €516,471 ($663,000) fetched for a functioning Apple-1 in May this year at an auction in Cologne, Germany.

(Image source: Christie's)


Macintosh & Apple II Last Minute RSS updated!

June 14, 2013

Because ebay has changed the search options for RSS feeds i have created an updated version of the "Last Minute RSS". If you bookmark this feed or you add it to your RSS reader you will never miss a Macintosh or Apple II collectible.

Please click here to open the RSS feed and bookmark it in your Browser or Reader. The RSS is dynamic - everytime you visit the feed there will be an updated items list. Please note that the first items in the list end inthe next moments so do not wait to long to click on them or you miss it.


Apple One goes for $671,400

May 27, 2013

One of what's thought to be only six working Apple 1 computers -- hand-built by Steve Wozniak -- flies out of a German auction house for a tidy sum. The last one went for $640,000. One of what's believed to be only six still-working Apple 1 computers set a record at auction Saturday, selling for $671,400 in Germany. The machine, built by Steve "The Woz" Wozniak in Steve Jobs' parents garage back in 1976, was sold along with the original owner's manual and a signed letter from Jobs to original owner Fred Hatfield. Breker, the German auction house that handled the sale, sold another Apple 1 in December for $640,000, a substantial jump in price from the Apple 1 sold by Sotheby's in New York last June for $374,500.

Auctioner Uwe Breker said the appeal of the machine went far beyond the realm of geekery.

"It is a superb symbol of the American dream," he told The New York Times' Bits blog. "You have two college dropouts from California who pursued an idea and a dream, and that dream becomes one of the most admired, successful, and valuable companies in the world."


The Crunchman Store is now online! Nerd Stuff by Hackers Grandpa!

May 22, 2013

On there, you will find autographed merchandise items like mugs, t-shirts, hoodies, and other cool stuff created by the Hackers legend John "Captain Crunch" Draper. Be the first in your neighborhood to sport these items. Please share this with all of your friends.

 

www.cafepress.com/crunchman


Apple-1 to be auctioned off on May 25, 2013

May 6, 2013

Currently, there are estimated to only be six working models of the original Apple 1 left, and one of them is going up for auction in Germany on May 25th. Computerworld reports that it was originally purchased by one Fred Hatfield, who also received a letter signed by Steve Jobs offering an upgrade from the $666.66 Apple-1 to an Apple II 4K motherboard for another $400. According to Mike Willegal, who has tracked down many Apple 1 computers, this particular one had an interface for a selectric printer grafted onto it. Willegal also says that the reason for Jobs' letter was that the original owner "complained to Apple about limited software availability."

 

The auction price for the computer is expected to land somewhere between $250,000 and $400,000 when it's sold off — though strangely it apparently didn't sell last year when it was put up for auction by the same company. We've seen a few Apple 1 computers sold at auction recently, with one sold in June of 2012 fetching $374,500 and another this past December for $640,000.

Although this latest Apple 1 isn't likely to hit those heights, it still has plenty going for it — it's signed by Steve Wozniak, who built the motherboard by hand. Most importantly, it's in complete working order, as the video posted by the auctioneer proves. The video shows the usual command line on the screen, as you'd expect, but also displays an ASCII-art image of Woz and Jobs printed across the screen.


Retro fair market | first time in Berlin

March 26, 2013

The iconic event, first time in Berlin. The very first Berlin retro fair will take place in the area around the Computerspielemuseum on April 27 and 28 from 11am to 5pm. In contrast to previous fairs in other cities, this one will be in the open air. There is no entrance fee to the fair. Regular fares apply for visiting the museum. Merchants can rent booth space to trade or sell interesting pieces from the history of video games.
 
Retro Fair at Berlin Computer Gaming Museum
April 27 and 28 from 11am to
Karl-Marx-Allee 93a | 10243 Berlin
Merchants can apply here


The Video Channel for the rest of us...

November 7, 2012

I have a channel at youtube.com featuring vintage Apple II and Macintosh footage. Rare Apple commercials, interviews and funny takes from the 1 bit world. Not only Apple and Mac related you find also video rewiews of the coolest handheld and tabletop arcade games of the 1970´s and 80´s. Please visit, share and subscribe to my channel at

 

www.youtube.com/user/myoldmac


Bicycles for our Minds

January 9, 2012

Bicycles for our Minds: Memorable Demos, Quotes and Speeches of Steve Jobs

Page of memorable demos and presentations Jobs has given, including the introduction of the original Macintosh, MacWorld keynotes, interviews and excerpts from his very moving speech at Stanford University in 2005.

Worth a viewing: Cult Of Mac

 


Apple and Macintosh Collectibles on eBay!

December 10, 2011

There are lots of great Apple II and Macintosh collectibles out on ebay. If you are looking for a specific Mac or a special Apple card - these are the days! Find vintage Apple II Computer and Macintosh Computer. Please use the model selectors on top of the pages to get better search results.

 

 

 

 

 


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