Episode 27: iMac To Go The Retro Mac of the Week is the iBook, and James and John discuss HyperCard.  eBay finds include a Cray supercomputer, a collection of older Macs, and a one-of-kind quilt.

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Other related links from this episode:
Internet Archive: HyperCard on the Computer Chronicles
HyperCard FAQ
Jeanne's House o' HyperCard
Macintroid
SuperCard


Direct download: RetroMacCast_26__iMac_To_Go.m4a
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 10:38am CDT

Episode 26: Luke, I am your computer! The Retro Mac of the Week is the Bell & Howell Apple ][ Plus, and the Collection Spotlight is on the Apple Logo Belt Buckle.  eBay finds include a pair of MacRecorders and a Barbie Book.  James and John finish with a recap of the WWDC announcements.

You can view higher quality versions of the images embedded in our  podcasts at our Flickr site, and don't forget to add yourself to our Frappr Map and join the discussion at the RetroMacCast Forum.

Other related links from this episode:
The Obsolete Technology Website
The Mac Geek
DigiBarn Computer Museum
The Mothership
Mac mini in an SE/30

Direct download: RetroMacCast_26__Luke_I_am_your_computer.m4a
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 10:56am CDT

Episode 25: It's better to be a pirate! James and John are joined by special guest Tommy Thomas of Low End Mac, and they discuss the Power Macintosh 6400 and review Pirates of Silicon Valley.  They discuss two eBay auctions:  an Apple kite and a Swiss-designed iMac desk.

You can view higher quality versions of the images embedded in our  podcasts at our Flickr site, and don't forget to add yourself to our Frappr Map and join the discussion at the RetroMacCast Forum.

Other related links from this episode:
Low End Mac: Power Macintosh 6400
The 6400 Zone
Google Video: Pirates of Silicon Valley
Macworld Expo 2000 Clip

Direct download: RetroMacCast_25__Its_better_to_be_a_pirate.m4a
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 2:24pm CDT

Episode 24: Getting high off our own supply James and John are joined by special guest Derek Warren of the Macintosh Folklore Radio podcast, and they discuss the Macintosh IIsi, James's Picasso Neon Sign, and the Spectre GCR Macintosh emulator for Atari computers.  We discuss two eBay auctions:  Macintosh/Porsche poster and an interesting auction for a Power Computing clone.

You can view higher quality versions of the images embedded in our  podcasts at our Flickr site, and don't forget to add yourself to our Frappr Map and join the discussion at the RetroMacCast Forum.

Other related links from this episode:
Low End Mac: Macintosh IIsi
Wikipedia: Macintosh IIsi
Spectre GCR Manual

Direct download: RetroMacCast_24__Getting_high_off_our_own_supply.m4a
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 9:35pm CDT

Episode 24 Delayed! John and I are running a little behind and won't have Episode 24 out until Tuesday, June 5th.  We apologize for ruining your podcast listening routines!

- James
Direct download: RetroMacCast_Announcement.m4a
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 6:11pm CDT



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