My Vintage Computer Virtual Museum and blog page.

Site has been rebuilt, and then some… —

We’ve recovered all the lost content, and even added a few more pages that we’d not gotten around to prior to loosing our hosting.  We’ve still not heard a peep from our former webhost, and his site is still dark all these months later.

Self hosting from our Raspberry Pi has actually been working quite well, though with less bandwidth obviously media content is not loading as fast as it once did, but it’s tolerable.  We’ll definitely be upgrading our internet service the second that we’re able to get a connection with more than 20mbps upstream, unfortunately we’re about 8 blocks away from being able to get symmetrical gigabit “GPON” service 🙁

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  1. Rob Martinez says:

    I am glad you are back! My first computer was a Apple Macintosh PowerBook 100 with the little ink printer!
    I am in the process of restoring a Powerbook 100 with an AZERTY keyboard my end goal is to have it swap to a QWERTY keyboard and up and running with a SCSI2SD. 🙂

    Thanks for sharing knowledge!

    • Ryan Wallmow says:

      The Powerbook 100 is a neat machine, should be quite the fun project!
      The SCSI2SD adapters are great, though the 2.5″ powerbook ones seem to be sold out everywhere I look.

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