I'm going to try (99% sure unsuccessfully) to get my TI-99/4a on the internet..Or at least irc. maybe.
What about you?
What about you?
Doesn't really need to be retro. I think this year the challenge is just gonna be do whatever you want, if someone wants to use there Powermac G5 and call that retro, they are free to do so, but people are probably going to be more interested in the person using a Classic or something. Also, stepping down from a 1.2g4 to a 450mhz(or whatever your b&w g4 is) is always a fun challenge.well, to keep me from renigging on my promise (i.e. cheat) I am letting my friend borrow my iBook G4 1.2hz for the rest of the month, and am going to use my PowerMac B&W G4 (w/1GB RAM and a 32MB PCI Radeon 7000) and a 160GB internal drive. I am going to try to use my faster PC less to make sure I maximize the time on the G4
Anyway, i will let you know if the "Crack" get's the best of me and I am going to have to go into retro-rehab next month to kick my addiction to fast speeds
I know this needs to be retro, but this is the slowest machine that I own (aside from my mom's imac DV which doesn't belong to me anyways) so you gotta let me work with what I got  ]'>
It wouldn't be much of a challenge though - I reckon I could easily use my G3 instead of my PC if I wasn't bothered about not being able to play many games during that time. It does everything else pretty well, and I quite like using OS X toostepping down from a 1.2g4 to a 450mhz(or whatever your b&w g4 is) is always a fun challenge.
I don't especially like System 6, I can never understand why people use it on Macs that will happily run 7.6.1, it's just really old-fashioned and has no features at all! 9.1 is the beat Classic OS in my opinion. 7.6.1 is OK for 68ks, although it would be nice if you could have desktop wallpapers in it, a feature that was missing from the Mac OS for far too long!