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  1. If I can ever get my Mac SE going and on the Internet i'd like to start developing some Internet aware software for Mac OS 6 and 7. The last time I wrote anything for Mac OS 6 or 7 it was using ZBasic in the early 90's which I think evolved into FutureBasic. At any rate what's involved in writing C or C++ apps or even Basic apps for OS 6 or 7 that are network aware? I'd like to look at coding simple apps that use various website API's to make some text-based content that's available on the WWW accessible from classic macs. Thanks for any suggestions -- Sam
  2. That's an AMAZING idea... I have an SE Superdrive which I'd really like to get going, but if it's hosed I might do the same.
  3. If I can get my Mac SE Superdrive going and find an Ethernet card for it I'd LOVE to partake in the Retro Challenge if one is offered. Is anyone doing one in 2012? Sam
  4. Hi Everyone, I'm trying to get my SE Superdrive (M5011) running again, but though I have the mouse that came with the system I'm unable to locate the ADB keyboard. I have a slew of PS2 keyboards, so is there any way to manually create a cross connector or maybe find one online that would let a small PS2 keyboard work with the SE Superdrive? Thanks -- Sam
  5. Hey Guys -- I've always been into retrocomputing, but now that I have a family and kiddos I don't have as much time as I once did plus I've parted with most of my older systems. Lately though I've had the bug to pick it back up, and I pulled out my old Mac SE SuperDrive which I got for free years ago when my work was clearing out some old equipment. It sat on a bookcase in my office as 'classic computer art', but it's been in my closet until this weekend when I finally pulled it out. I don't have much space, so I figure this system would work better than one of my old TRS-80 Color Compu
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