Inspired by the release of the PRODUCT (RED) iPhone, we trace case colors throughout Apple's history: candy-color Macs, lots and lots of iPods, and some expensive rarities.
We go behind the scenes of Simple Beep: how we create the show, a comprehensive emulation how-to, and our favorite classic Mac resources.
- Leibniz emulator
- eMate 20th anniversary
- Knowledge Navigator part 2 [YouTube]
- Pippin software on Macintosh Repository
Making the show (on modern computers)
- Ed's setup
- Brian's setup
Running classic software
- Basilisk (68K)
- SheepShaver (PPC)
- file decompression tools
- classic hardware
This episode covers a bunch of Apple products that barely or never happened, including a magic tablet, IPTV vaporware, and some wild green machines from Macworld.
- official website [WayBack Machine]
- ATMARK and @WORLD …from Bandai!
- Applejack controller (and 29 others)
- Pippin apple cultivar
Jake Bordens and Thomas Brand join us to share stories of the Newton community, past and present(!)
- e53 – The Newton
- Jake Bordens
- Thomas Brand
- PC Expo 1997 [WayBack]
- INDIGI Newton web servers
- United Network of Newton Archives
- NewtonTalk email list
- WaveLAN networking
- Under Siege 2 Newton supercut
- Newton 2000 upgrade program [PDF]
- Tactile Systems Inc. [WayBack]
- Adam Tow's Newton software
- Newton Interconnect Port
- Graffiti Palm OS handwriting recognition
- Einstein emulator
This episode, we look at the Newton platform — Apple's first attempt at (almost) handheld computing. Recorded on the 10th anniversary of the iPhone announcement, we notice a lot of parallels between the development of Newton devices and the iOS devices we carry today.