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Scott's Steady Software Stream

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#1 Scott Baret

Scott Baret
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  • LocationPittsburgh, PA

Posted 20 April 2017 - 02:12 PM

In the past few weeks, I've managed to snag the following on eBay:


--Broderbund/Sensei Geometry


--Where in America's Past is Carmen Sandiego


--The Treehouse


Not the most common titles out there, especially in boxed condition. Always hunting for the more obscure educational programs so these fit right in.

"Education is life."

#2 Scott Baret

Scott Baret
  • 68LC040
  • LocationPittsburgh, PA

Posted 20 April 2017 - 04:55 PM

BOOM. Just found a copy of Kid Cuts on eBay for $5. Brand new, shrink-wrapped. Of course, I moved in to snag it...

"Education is life."

#3 BadGoldEagle

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Posted 20 April 2017 - 05:27 PM

Great finds! It always feels a bit special when you open a 20+ year old box for the first time. NICE!

As you said those titles are rather rare, it would be a good idea to preserve them (mac garden?)

COOL STUFF: Working original & nearly complete 1984 Macintosh w/ Picasso kit, still looking for a G440 mouse :p, NIB Newton MessagePad from 1993, iMac G3 400MHz DV Graphite

IN THE WORKS: The outstanding SE/30 (50MHz Powercache, Pivot Display Color Graphics) but also non-working 512K Hyperdrive w/ Manuals & Disks, Mac Portable M5126, SE Dual 800k, Classic II, HD40SC, Apple Djinn... I have a lot of restorations going on!

#4 Themk

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Posted 20 April 2017 - 05:45 PM

I love the thead title! Haha

Youve posted quite a few software conquests recently! Very nice! Conquests arent always machines.
Macintosh SE SuperDrive, Macintosh SE/30, Apple IIgs ROM3, ImageWriterBanger II.
Love programming for GS/OS and System 6/7.

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