Just add meatballs.
I am currently in the process of putting together the pieces for the in-home network in our new house. Now, for some, that would mean installing a wireless router and calling it done. Hell, I’ve been there many times myself, where I didn’t have the energy or motivation to try [...]
This is the first in a series (well, okay — two articles planned at this point) on “Guerrilla Networking” products that were designed to provide networkability to non-expandable personal computers.
In my account of trying to drag a compact Macintosh into the 21st century, I mentioned picking up a couple of Farallon Etherwave LocalTalk-to-Ethernet transcevers. I didn’t need them for that project and I have never used them, but I’ve kept them around because I still think they are pretty slick pieces of hardware. Continue reading Guerrilla Networking I: Farallon EtherWave for Macs
Back in the spring of 2006, which is incredibly already 4-1/2 years ago, I took my (at that time) 15-year-old Macintosh SE/30 — the most loved and capable of all compact Macs — out of storage and used it as my daily desktop computer for 30 days.
I posted my observations of the experience [...]