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    Quicksilver zip-drives

    My dad goes to Geneva a LOT for his IEEE meetings. It's expansive as f**k. Except the cheeses. He buys a bunch of cheese at the duty free store since he's technically an ambassador for the U.S. while he's there on IEEE businesses. Swiss chavroux is the nectar of the gods!
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    Daniël's Conquests

    I've noticed that several threads are losing their pictures. Something's definitely odd going on.
  3. @pcamen I'll send you a copy when I get it. It may just be bundled with FastBack, which was their backup software. But it may be something else. I guess I'll find out.
  4. According to eBay, should be here sometime next week. @pcamen We might want to compare our software disks incase one of us has a newer version of the software than the other.
  5. @joshc Yeah. I paid about $100 for it + shipping. Like I said, I paid more than I wanted to, but the last time I saw one of these on eBay was a couple years ago. They don't come up very often. Knowing my luck, someone will find a 20 of them in a box in some warehouse and offload them for $20 a piece. :P Seller got back to me. They said as they were packing it up for shipping they noticed it does indeed have a power adapter. So good to know.
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    AppleTalk net cable

    You can only designate a single port for AppleTalk be it the printer, modem, or (if you have an ethernet card) ethernet. I don't know if there's some sort of server software that lets you use multiple ports. The PhoneNet allows for much greater distances. But if you just have 2 computer next to each other and don't plan on connecting them to an AppleTalk network, then there's no point. Just stick with the serial cable.
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    AppleTalk net cable

    @sfiera Your instinct is correct: you need a crossover "printer" (null modem?) cable for connecting 2 computers directly to each other for a two-computer AppleTalk network. Although the best solution is to get a PhoneNet adapter and just use regular phone cabling. This old thread covers it pretty well.
  8. So it IS motorized and has a power adapter. The seller said it didn't need one, and I asked specifically if it was for 120v or 240v. I hope it has the adapter.
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    System 7 & Philips Hue Lightbulbs

    That is freaking sweet!
  10. @Trash80toHP_Mini That's exactly what I thought, too. Or back in the day at MacWorld or Comdex where someone somewhere went to the Dev Party next door, got all the free copies of software, then everyone went back to the hotel rooms to get copies. Hotel room looked like a sweatshop for a few hours as everyone traded software and serial numbers. Those were the days.
  11. @JDW I don't remember hearing in your video, but does your Mouser Cap Kit now include a lower tolerance capacitor for that one cap?
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    System 7 & Philips Hue Lightbulbs

    @aladds Ooo, thanks. I'm gonna archive that software. Edit: Hehe. You've lead me down a rabbit hole using Archive.org to download and archive all the 3rd party & shareware modules released for AfterDark.
  13. @pcamen It should, it's new.
  14. @MOS8_030 Pffft. Who needs the CD version of System 7.5.3? Speaking of which ... wow, I'm keen on trying that. One-touch System 7 install.
  15. @Trash80toHP_Mini That's the idea. I have an idea floating in my head, I'll see how it pans out. I have a large box of floppy disk labels, some floppies, and single-floppy cases. I'm thinking about putting together some nice sets of system floppy disks. Since Apple has them out for free, I'll just charge for the materials and time + shipping (assuming anyone is interested.) If not, I just have a really fun gizmo to play around with.
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