I was around during the birth of the web in the early 1990s. In this post, I'll tell you why the web was much more fun back then.
Each December, I like to take some time to reflect on the events of the year - and this year was AWESOME!
I was gifted a really rare NS32016 BSD UNIX workstation prototype from the early 1980s!
Seriously, how cool is a SPARC-based laptop from the 90s running Solaris?!?
The best drama set amidst the backdrop of the computer revolution.
Here's what happened this year!
Steve Wozniak (a.k.a. The Woz) was one of the keynote speakers at yesterday’s Fuzenation Technology & Music Summit in Kitchener, Ontario.
Last month, I posted a blog post detailing NeXT and how Tim Berners-Lee used a NeXT workstation at CERN to create the World Wide Web. I guess you could call that foreshadowing, since today marks the 25th anniversary of the World Wide Web!
The coolest oil painting for a vintage computer enthusiast (such as myself).
I managed to get some NeXT workstations this week from a former colleague of mine who also collects vintage computers. For those who don't know what a NeXT workstation is, it's essentially the UNIX system that became Mac OS X, as well as the UNIX system that Tim Berners-Lee used to create the world's first Web server using his new protocol called HTTP (Hyper-Text Transfer Protocol).