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Archive for 'PowerPC' Category

Lisa OS & OS X Lion 10.7

Feb 25th, 2011 by Atelier | 2

In 1983, Apple released the Lisa computer system. It ran on it’s own operating system called the Lisa OS. Fast forward to 2011 and Apple is preparing OS X 10.7 Lion for release. So what else is new in OS X Lion? Marketing materials tout a new feature called Resume that allows applications to resume […]

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Dell 2709w 27 inch LCD Monitor

Nov 22nd, 2010 by Atelier | 0

After getting  a new 2010 unibody Mac Mini Server, it was time to look for an LCD monitor. Having a matching Apple LED or Cinema Display would have been nice. The 24inch LED display has been discontinued as of 26th July 2010 and is available while stocks last. So has the monstor 30inch Cinema Display. Apple currently […]

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Moving to a new home

Aug 12th, 2009 by Atelier | 0

At present, all the Macs are scattered everyone. A few of them are displayed on a shelf while the rest are tucked in the store room and around the house. The metal framing of the shelf was bought from ikea and the timber shelves salvaged from a shop that closed down. As we are moving to a […]

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iBook G3 Clamshell- Weird Problem

Jun 7th, 2009 by Atelier | 1

The iBook has been giving some trouble after a year in service as a wireless base station.  First the airport card started failing as the coverage of the wifi network started getting smaller. It is detected in the system profile and can be accessed from the system preferences pane except for not having any wifi […]

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Using a Macintosh to Share Wireless Internet

Oct 24th, 2008 by Atelier | 0

My wireless router was faulty and it was the middle of the month. Pay day was still two weeks away. Instead of buying a new airport base station, I decided to use an iBook G3 clamshell to share the internet connection. Almost all new macs come with an airport card. Even older hardware like G3 iBooks and iMacs are […]

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