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Vintage Computers
« on: June 04, 2018, 08:06:20 PM »
 :DWelcome to the Vintage Computers board! :D

As you can see that I have designed my Simple Machines forum to make it look like an Macintosh SE/30 desktop. As far as my coding skills go, this is as close as I'm going to get. On this board you can discuss vintage tech from the 90s and older! This is about using, repairing, replicating, emulating, and reminiscing about retro & vintage computers or games. Links should be about using retro equipment or news about retro stuff, whether it’s personal projects, new products, old articles, or reusing old hardware in new ways.

Feel free to show off your machines, but please keep your posts about actual battlestations. No pictures of old software, documentation, accessories, unless a complete battlestation is included.

"Wanted" posts and free items for pickup are ok (as text/self posts, include your location & [Wanted] or [Free] in title), but "for sale" posts, ebay links, or "what's this stuff worth" posts are not. No you didn't just find a pot of gold or win the lottery, and if you did.

Agora Road's Macintosh Cafe is a small forum but as the Admin I am working hard to promote this board to get as many likeminded users as possible!

 :DRemember to share the forum! If your share it more, it means more users, and more users means more fun!  :)
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