The Macintosh SE/30 might be ancient and underpowered by today's standards, but it can still serve up a website with a little elbow grease.
The Apple II computer didn’t attract as many clones as the IBM PC, but the clone-makers the machine did attract often had pretty interesting second acts.
”There are no words.”
Performance uses 64 floppy drives, eight hard disks, and two scanners.
The Print Shop, Brøderbund’s most popular app when that meant a whole lot, had a huge impact on computing. So why is it in the bargain bin these days?
Robots and ‘Space Invader’ aliens help you learn coding fundamentals.
Why old-school websites are the future of the internet.
KansasFest is a festival dedicated exclusively to a 38-year-old computer.
Motherboard visits KansasFest, one of the longest-running retro computing festivals in the world.