1. blueorder:

PowerBook Trash on Flickr.© Conor Burrow

    blueorder:

    PowerBook Trash on Flickr.

    © Conor Burrow

  2. dinosaurspen:

A colorful special edition Japanese Apple PowerBook 170 laptop, ca. 1992.

    dinosaurspen:

    A colorful special edition Japanese Apple PowerBook 170 laptop, ca. 1992.

  3. juliencoppola:

Cup of coffee #nice #to #have #at #work #flowchart #coffee #cup #dribbble #energy #friday #denmark #aalborg #graphicdesigner #designer #enklt #love #to #work #with #pixels by enklt http://ift.tt/1s8WejX

    juliencoppola:

    Cup of coffee #nice #to #have #at #work #flowchart #coffee #cup #dribbble #energy #friday #denmark #aalborg #graphicdesigner #designer #enklt #love #to #work #with #pixels by enklt http://ift.tt/1s8WejX

  4. karlanewtonphotography:

Shot in studio tonight for my upcoming series on twins. So excited about this project so stay tuned!

    karlanewtonphotography:

    Shot in studio tonight for my upcoming series on twins. So excited about this project so stay tuned!

  5. aleclikesmacintosh:

The Macintosh TV
The Macintosh TV was Apple Computer's first attempt at computer-television integration. It shared the external appearance of the Macintosh LC 500 series, but in black. The Macintosh TV was essentially a Performa 520 that could switch its built-in 14” Sony Trinitron CRT from being a computer display to a cable-ready television. It was incapable of showing television in a desktop window, although it could capture still frames to PICT files.
It came with a small credit card-sized remote control that was also compatible with Sony televisions. It was the first Macintosh to be made in black and came with a custom black keyboard and mouse. Later Apple would issue a custom black Performa 5420 in markets outside the United States with many of the features of the Mac TV. The Mac TV tuner card was a popular option for the LC & Performa series.
Only 10,000 were made in the model’s short time on the market.

    aleclikesmacintosh:

    The Macintosh TV

    The Macintosh TV was Apple Computer's first attempt at computer-television integration. It shared the external appearance of the Macintosh LC 500 series, but in black. The Macintosh TV was essentially a Performa 520 that could switch its built-in 14” Sony Trinitron CRT from being a computer display to a cable-ready television. It was incapable of showing television in a desktop window, although it could capture still frames to PICT files.

    It came with a small credit card-sized remote control that was also compatible with Sony televisions. It was the first Macintosh to be made in black and came with a custom black keyboard and mouse. Later Apple would issue a custom black Performa 5420 in markets outside the United States with many of the features of the Mac TV. The Mac TV tuner card was a popular option for the LC & Performa series.

    Only 10,000 were made in the model’s short time on the market.

  6. ddoubleup:

Yeah

    ddoubleup:

    Yeah

  7. iliketechgeek:

Classic Macintosh as it was 30years ago

    iliketechgeek:

    Classic Macintosh as it was 30years ago

  8. gogolore:

Byte Magazine announces Apple’s Macintosh, February 1984.

    gogolore:

    Byte Magazine announces Apple’s Macintosh, February 1984.