Get in the computer time machine and travel back to the days of a simple computer that’s programmed in BASIC and boots in under 1 second. Or, you can buy the Retro Computer System.
I recently setup several IMAP accounts in Leopard’s Mail.app and noticed that when I tried to quit Mail, it would “hang”. This seems to be a common problem and I found a fix which may work for you too.
The Amiga 500 was one of the very popular “non-IBM” choices back in the day thanks to its great selection of games powered by then-cutting-edge graphics chips and incredible stereo sound processors. If you long for the days of the Amiga and have a desire to build a project, this open-source hardware design might just what you need!
I found this FireFox goodie some time ago and find it immensely handy. However, even though I work around dozens of computer nerds, it seems to be a trick nobody knows about.
Here’s a $60 board and CPU combo that could be useful if you’re looking to build a low-powered home network server or web-surfing terminal.