"Market" for old macs?
trixter at oldskool.org
Tue Nov 29 19:08:38 CST 2005
At work I have an SE30, LC, IIci, and a 603 variety mac just... lying around.
Are these things as common as dirt, or should I snag them?
I ask because I'm reminded of the "x86 dead zone" -- a zone where a machine
isn't old enough to be compatible with older software, but isn't new enough to
be useful (a Pentium 133 falls into this category -- can't run old stuff, can't
run new stuff, so toss it in the garbage).
Jim Leonard (trixter at oldskool.org) http://www.oldskool.org/
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