My Favorite Apple

Farewell my old friend: Cinema HD Display

On October 30, 2007  I bought the whopper of Apple’s displays-the 30″ Cinema HD Display Flat. Prior to that I had all types of screened Macs but nothing like the real estate offered by this baby. I loved it. I paid $1655 and it was worth every pixel. This model (M9179LL/A – A1083) with its cool aluminum frame was […]

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Which way do I go with my Apple collection?

Just how do you decide which of all things Apple you want to collect? If you are like me there are dozens of different directions I can go at anytime. Do you simply want to buy what you like? What about products you first used when you got turned on to Apple in the beginning? […]

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Things We Do For Mac Love- Update

My Mac Collection finally has a real home

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Things We Do For Mac Love

Collecting Mac’s involves more than simply buying machines, because we’ve got to put them somewhere once they come in. My workers start tomorrow installing the built-in shelves to display my collection.

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Apple IIc Monitor/Display TidBit

I’m into Apple making personal computing portable and my collection leans heavily that direction- Apple products that are portable. The Apple IIc was a early target for me, as it was marketed as Apple’s first portable computer (I know the Macintosh has a handle and there vids showing it carried on a bicycle basket in […]

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A better place to put my Macs

One of the interesting aspects of collecting Macs is the need for space and a way to display them. I know collectors who have tables lining their walls crammed full with each machine plugged-in ready to turn on. My approach is a bit different- while I do have a “home office” where I do my […]

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