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|Apple's Original Copland (Mac OS 8) Promo Tour CD
 
|Apple's Original Copland (Mac OS 8) Promo Tour CD
|This is a 1996 promotional presentation from Apple Computer going over the planned features of Mac OS 8 which at the time was still under the Copland project name. After Copland was scrapped, some of the items featured in this tour did make their way into Mac OS releases while others never did. A later 1997 copy of the "Mac OS 8 Tour" shows what ended up becoming Mac OS 8 under codename Tempo.
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|This is a 1996 promotional presentation from [[Apple Computer]] going over the planned features of Mac OS 8 which at the time was still under the Copland project name. After Copland was scrapped, some of the items featured in this tour did make their way into Mac OS releases while others never did. A later 1997 copy of the "Mac OS 8 Tour" shows what ended up becoming Mac OS 8 under codename Tempo.
 
|October 30, 2020
 
|October 30, 2020
 
|https://youtu.be/kQigoV-MmzE
 
|https://youtu.be/kQigoV-MmzE
 
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|Overclocking a PowerMac 8500 with the PowerClip 604
 
|Overclocking a PowerMac 8500 with the PowerClip 604
|Today we take my stock Power Macintosh 8500/120 system and attach the Newer Technology PowerClip 604 overclock kit to see if we can make the system run at 150MHz instead of 120. Quick test of the capabilities using MacBench show a performance boost from the kit.
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|Today we take my stock [[Power Macintosh 8500]]/120 system and attach the [[Newer Technology PowerClip 604]] overclock kit to see if we can make the system run at 150MHz instead of 120. Quick test of the capabilities using MacBench show a performance boost from the kit.
 
|November 26, 2020
 
|November 26, 2020
 
|https://youtu.be/UX3MmVP17lY
 
|https://youtu.be/UX3MmVP17lY
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|Why the Macintosh LC 475 is one of my favorite Macs
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|The Apple [[Macintosh LC 475]] had a pretty big impact on me as a kid and it is quite likely one of the main reasons why I became a Mac user in the 90s. I'll talk a bit about my history with the LC 475 and do a hardware tour of the one I've owned for years.
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|December 12, 2020
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|https://youtu.be/Ox-WM_khZw0
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|Aldus SuperPaint 3.5 for Macintosh (Unboxing/Demo)
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|In this video I'll unbox a copy of [[Aldus SuperPaint]] 3.5 for the Macintosh and demonstrate some basic usage on my LC 475. This is a software program I remember using back in the early 90s in school.
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|January 29, 2021
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|https://youtu.be/fULBoBMkPhY
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|ClarisWorks (1991) Basic Tour
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|We'll take a look inside a boxed copy of [[ClarisWorks]] version 1.0 and take a basic tour of the software. I first got to use ClarisWorks in my school during the 1990s and I'm happy to have this copy in my collection.
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|February 26, 2021
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|https://youtu.be/T3tYcioRCJk
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|Robert's Day with the Mac OS (1995)
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|This is an odd bit of [[Apple Computer]] marketing history from 1995 which I stumbled across while browsing eBay. Not having seen this before, I bought it just to make a video about it. You can also find a link to the archive.org post if you'd like to download this yourself.
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|May 26, 2021
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|https://youtu.be/tnXL-dygeo8
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|Creative NOMAD MP3 Player (Unboxing/Demo)
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|Unboxing and demonstrating usage of the 64MB NOMAD MP3 player from Creative Labs. This particular music player has a special place in my heart as I owned one in high school 20 years ago.
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|September 15, 2021
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|https://youtu.be/hzNApiBkKhI
 
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