My readers (you) are great. A few years ago, I was asking for help with a little project: the reuse of the Power Mac G4 Cube speakers on a recent Mac. Then Jean designed a small program that allows it.
Looking for information, I found a hack coming from the 80s : turning a UnidDisk 3.5 (for Apple II, incompatible with Macintosh) into a driver for Mac.
I have been using external GPU (eGPU) for years – my first installation is more than 4 years old – and I feel I have some expertise on the subject, especially on OS X. And then, I realize that the reality is widely fantasized by some people, and the success of a Kickstarter project for an external GPU (the Wolfe) shows that there actually is a problem.
Since the sequel is released out today, let’s have a little post on the original movie of 1996, which showed a prototype on screen.
Last week I explained that video games on vinyl records existed. But what about games on tape ?
Seeking information for my work, I came across a special thing: a video game on a vinyl record.
You want to create a USB setup key of an old Mac OS X but the excellent DiskMaker X does not include Lion and Mountain Lion? Here is a small tip.
Funny little tests with Pippin: what happens when you plug a mouse and keyboard?
As you may have seen, I have got an Apple Pippin. But I do not own a lot of games, and I am seeking images (ISO) of american games. If you own a game for this console, I shall be interested.
I can either buy you the game (within reasonable limits) or ask you to do me a disk image from a computer, and I can provide a storage space. The purpose is not to spread the games, but only to test the console with programs in english rather than in Japanese.
Thank you in advance.
Subtitles on DVDs. Said like that, it does not seem very entertaining. However, technical solutions are interesting (and not very practical in some cases).