In September 2009 I started to downsize this collection to a few items and then archived this section to its own subdomain at the start of October 2011.
- VAW: Apple Lore: The Creation of the Macintosh
- Macintosh Quadra 700 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- My basement Mac collection - a photoset on Flickr
- Jag's House - Where Older Macs Still Rock
- Attached > Computer history > "Macintosh. Twenty years later"
- Timeline of Apple Macintosh models - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This timeline of Macintosh models lists all major types of Macintosh computers produced by Apple Computer in order of introduction date.
- System 7
- Making of the 1984 Apple Commercial
A look back on the making of the legendary 1984 commercial aired at the Super Bowl
- Daniel Kottke's Amazing Apple Relics - DigiBarn Computer Museum
Three pages that just scratch the surface of Daniel's personal computing history through a photo gallery of some of his amazing Apple "relics"
- Macintosh Garden
A site devoted to preserving Macintosh abandonware games.
- An Interview: The Macintosh Design Team
Reprinted from Byte, issue 2/1984, pp. 58-80.
- Macintosh. Twenty years later
14 posters commemorating Macintoshâ€™s 20th anniversary
- The Macintosh - The many facets of a slightly flawed gem
Reprinted from Byte, issue 8/1984, pp. 238-251.
- IGM - The 10 Worst Macs Ever Built
Be ashamed. Be very ashamed. If you own, have owned or laid down good, hard folding for these lemons, you, like Microsoft, have no taste. Hang your head. You're a 'bozo' who doesn't 'get it'. Now go away and cry in your coffee.
- Macintosh Garden
a site devoted to preserving Macintosh abandonware games.
- How Jean Louis Gassee Changed the Mac's Direction
- Return of the Mac
Paul Graham: "Powerbooks are beautifully designed and run FreeBSD. What more do you need to know?"
- A History of Apple's Operating Systems
Mac OS X is a unique operating system in that it represents a rather successful coming together of paradigms, ideologies, and technologies that have usually resisted each other in the past. It is a result of the trials and tribulations of Apple and NeXT,
- The Mothership!
The premier Apple Lisa and Early Macintosh Archive and the largest Apple Advertising and Brochure Gallery since 1999!
- The AusMac Archive
Mirroring the Mac Universe
- Making the Macintosh
Technology and Culture in Silicon Valley
- the pickle's Low-End Mac FAQ
- Early Mac Serial Number Decoder
- Classic Mac OS Downloads and Updates
- MacGurus Motherboards Database!
- Apple Floppy Drives
Apple produced a number of external floppy drives for the Apple II and early Macintoshes. This document contains images of some 3.5" and 5.25" drives plus notes on their application. Only drives sold under the Apple brand are listed; drives for PowerBooks
- A/UX FAQ Index
- Low End Mac: Value Computing
- Macintosh Logic Board Battery Information
- Mac OS D - Don't believe anything you read on the internet