This Super Retro Website Is Running on a 30-Year-Old Mac
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.
This Ridiculous Laptop Cost $20,000 in the 90s
Buys a $20,000 computer, plays 'Doom.'
How Apple’s Early Clone Wars Reshaped Copyright Law
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.
The Floppotron Is Back for a 'Pokémon Go' Tribute
It might be the best rendition yet.
Watch This Malware Turn a Computer into a Digital Hellscape
”There are no words.”
Watch 64 Floppy Disk Drives Play the Theme from 'Star Wars'
Performance uses 64 floppy drives, eight hard disks, and two scanners.
The Print Shop: Why the Dot-Matrix Printer Icon Faded From View
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?
These Books Will Make You Nostalgic For the Early Days of Computer Programming
Robots and ‘Space Invader’ aliens help you learn coding fundamentals.
There's An Entire Conference Dedicated to Geocities-Style Websites
Why old-school websites are the future of the internet.
A Weekend at KansasFest, the Sleepaway Camp for Apple II Fanatics
KansasFest is a festival dedicated exclusively to a 38-year-old computer.
Radio Motherboard: We Went to a Festival Dedicated to a 38-Year-Old Computer
Motherboard visits KansasFest, one of the longest-running retro computing festivals in the world.