- Apple Bandai pippin
- Hacking the Pippin
- Apple Pippin - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Apple PenLite - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Penlite Prototype by Apple - a photoset on Flickr
- About Apple Network Servers
- shiner.info: Apple Network Server
- Apple Network Server - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Erik's Apple Network Server Page
- Welcome to Tom Hormby's Orchard
articles about the history of computers, software and services that have impacted our lives
- Old Computers - rare, vintage and obsolete computers
- Apple Model Part Numbers
myoldmac.net - Apple II F.A.Q.
- Apple Advertising and Brochure Gallery
- REPLICA I
The replica 1 is a fully functional clone of the Apple 1Â© computer created by Steve Wozniak in 1976 that started Apple ComputersÂ©.
- Birth of the Lisa :: Braeburn :: Tracing the history of Computing
- The Unofficial Apple Museum
A Museum of Small Computer History From 1976 Through 1992
- Lisa Office System 1.0 Tour
This tour of the Lisa Office System v1.0 is designed to showcase an early GUI-based 'works package' in action. Look closely for attributes of the Lisa interface that were refined, retained, or removed in later UIs.
- GUIdebook > ... > Posters > Obituaries
a series of posters commemorating various graphical user interface elements and applications which did not stand the test of time.
- Apple Technical Specifications: Legacy Products
AppleSpec for pre November 1997
- MacMod - Your Mac Modding HQ
- Fragmentation in HFS Plus Volumes
Introduction of hfsdebug, a tool for exploring internals of HFS+ volumes, and a description of a procedure for quantifying fragmentation in HFS+ volumes.
- Apple and the History of Personal Computer Design
Dedicated to the study of the personal computer as a cultural artifact rather than simply as a tool or technological accomplishment
- Hardware projects for the Apple Newton MessagePad and eMate
- Apple Computer History Weblog
The largest database of Apple's internal codenames on the internet!
- iMac Resurrection
- iMac in Flex ATX Case
- iMac clear cube case conversions
- iMac --> ATX