Posted inHardware, It's a Hack!

Meet the G4 Apple IIc!

From Charles Mangin comes news of his latest hardware hack, or in his words, “Frankintosh”.  This is a G4 Mac Mini hidden in an Apple IIc case.  Mangin has a nice blog post where he goes over the steps he took to stitch these two machines together and there’s a great Flickr gallery to accompany his description. […]

Posted inHowto, Product News, Software, User Group

Getting CP/M up and running on the CFFA

CP/M was a popular command line-based operating systems for PCs in the 1980’s, before Microsoft’s MS-DOS took over the platform.  It was also available on the Apple II (and III) thanks to the efforts of third-party vendors such as Applied Engineering and Microsoft, who sold the necessary hardware to interested users.  CP/M never really took […]