Here's a virtual Mac Plus running Mac OS System 7. It's got MacPaint, MacDraw, Kid Pix, and Teach Text.
Among my earliest memories of using a computer are when I played with "Kid Pix" (a digital art program for kids) in my elementary school library. Craig Hickman created Kid Pix for Macs in 1989. This classic software is now available online. Vikrum Nijjar has converted Kid Pix into a browser-friendly version. This version contains… READ THE REST
isapplesiliconready.com and Does It Arm are nice simple sites that track whether MacOS apps have been updated to run natively on Apple's own processors, and wether they work under emulation. I've found that my apps run so well under emulation that it's not a problem (unlike the bad old days of the PPC-to-Intel switchover) but… READ THE REST
Dos.Zone is an interactive database of DOS games, many of which you can fire up and play right in the browser; see also the Internet Archive's MS-DOS software library. READ THE REST
Between the pictures from your vacation you need to send to your mother-in-law to the files you need to upload for the meeting tomorrow, your digital tasks are on overload, to say the very least. And with these, comes the need for various apps, cords, chargers, and then some. Quite frankly, it's hard to keep… READ THE REST
We probably all have a dozen apps right now that share and save pictures and videos. Between Instagram, TikTok, Facebook, Snapchat, and a handful of others, there's just so much visual data floating around on our iPhones and iPads. Wouldn't it be nice to clean up some unwanted or repetitive data so our devices move… READ THE REST
Whether you want to capture a bird's eye view of the coast on your seaside vacation or love to see what's going on at the neighbor's barbeque next door, a quality drone can really come in handy. But no matter what your drone needs are, making sure your money goes to a quality model is… READ THE REST