Lurking in the shadows of Moore's Law is a subculture of retrocomputerists who believe PCs only get better with age.
By Paul Wallich
Posted 10.23.2003 at 5:12 pm 0 Comments
Down in the spare room is the computer I affectionately call Frank. As in FrankenMac. It has the case and motherboard of a Macintosh clone from 1997, stuffed with new RAM and a CPU upgrade six times the speed of the original. It's on its second video board and Ethernet card, and
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