Installing the Apple IIgs emulator to Raspberry Pi.

Installing the Apple IIgs emulator to Raspberry Pi.

Updating the Hackint0sh

It’s been two years since I put together my Hackint0sh. Since then, it has been my daily workhorse running OSX Lion all this time. Since updating a Hackint0sh can get complicated, I opted to stay on lion, as … Read More

Apple Modem 1200

Apple Modem 1200

In the mid 80’s Apple came out with the Apple Modem 1200,a branded modem that came in beige and white colors. This last one was considered part of the Apple//c peripherals, as it appeared in the ads, later… Read More

Beagle Brothers

When I started programming computers, first Basic on the TI-99/4A, and soon assembler on the Apple //c, there were few options to learn it, more in a spanish speaking country. Other than an specific book, hard to obtain… Read More

Custom image for SPVHD disk image

When I finished the SPVHD drive cover, I uploaded a photo of hte finished product to an Apple II board. To my surprise, the author of the compiled disk was one of the board members, which also created… Read More

Virtual Hard Drive for Apple //c – update

There’s been a while since I update y blog, and want to share images of the final product. Although colors don’t match, I think it came out pretty well. I welcome your comments.

Virtual Hard Drive for Apple //c

(Español) Since I started Apple //c collection, one of my “pet peeves” has always been the constant changing of diskettes. Some people solve it by changing to 80k floppy drive units and eventually, hard drives (these last ones very hard to find and expensive). These days that is simply too small anyway.

More Raspberry Pi

For some time I have kept the Raspberry Pi under wraps, being focused on other projects like my collection of Apple IIc.I have not used this little wonder, but have heard of new implementations that have come out… Read More

The color Apple //c (updated)

In my continuing adventure with Apple //c, I have had many satisfactions. But one of the things that bother me is the green monitor. To read and work on word processors is fine, but for games, the best… Read More

XBMC en Raspberry Pi

(Español) Cuando compré el Raspberry Pi, mi primera idea fue usarla para un Media Center, después de todo, por $35 ofrece muchas posibilidades, así que preparé un par de memorias SD, e instalé Debian, después OpenElec y ahora RaspBMC.