Reviving an old computer is like restoring a classic car: There’s a thrill from bringing the ancient into the modern world.
Read more about this crazy, fascinating idea here.
Personally, though, I wouldn’t do this to my old treasures. I’d be happy enough to get them up and running, possibly connecting them through a home network.
The Mac Plus above isn’t mine (well, actually my mom’s). I got it from Wikipedia, but of course ours (mom’s) looks just the same. Only I think we got ours in 1989 or 1990. Sweden was a little later to get those first Mac computers. We also have two Mac Classics. I wonder if they still work or if I can get them to work again… (Any Mac experts out there…? What about our old iMacs? Could we put something new into them and revive them?). Maybe that’s a bit more realistic than reviving computers from the 80’s and 90’s. But it would be a lot of fun…
I made my own newspaper about 3D worlds, the internet, technology and a bit of science. If you’re interested you’ll find it here.
Mobile Phone Tower
The global race is on to develop 5G, the fifth generation of mobile network. While 5G will follow in the footsteps of 4G and 3G, this time scientists are more excited. They say 5G will be different – very different.
Read more here.
This is where we all live
Missing opensim though and a few other essentials