Posts tagged “museum”.

Vintage Mac Museum

June 14th, 2010

The Grouch

How fun: a site dedicated (more or less) to classic Mac graphics.

The Vintage Mac Museum is in Japanese, but for us English speakers it’s still navigable. The author, Motohiko Narita, posts photos of projects, too, which are a hoot (check out that vertically-aligned monitor for the Mac IIci!).

Lots of fun to poke around, and a great resource for classic Mac graphics.

[Via vintage Daring Fireball.]

Russians heart Newtons, too

August 3rd, 2009

Original MessagePad

Morgan Aldridge at Makkintosshu points to МУЗЕЙ APPLE NEWTON, a Russian site devoted to the MessagePad. There’s a page for each of the Newton models, OMP through the eMate, with technical descriptions for each, as well as a video, photos, and original Newton documentation.

It’s a good idea to run the site through Google Translate (Russian > English) so you could read the text.

“A beautifully designed museum site for Apple Newtons in Russian,” Aldridge says. “Especially excellent device photography as well.”

He’s right: some of the close up eMate shots are spectacular.