is 30 years old and lives in beautiful Bavaria, Germany. He is proud owner of a Power Mac G5 and a PowerBook G4. If not writing articles for LEM, he is updating his Tiger OS X blog or working on his German videogame magazine, neXGam.
- MorphOS: Amiga Operating System Meets PowerPC Macs, 2012.07.31. The Amiga disappeared in 1997, but Amiga lovers have worked to recreate the experience on PowerPC Macs.
- Power Mac G5: The Economical Alternative to a Mac Pro, 2012.01.17. Once Apple's top-end machines, used G5 Power Macs now sell for $150 to $600, and they still have plenty of power for most users.
- YouTube on G4 Macs: The Battle Is Not Lost, 2011.11.23. Watching YouTube's streaming Flash videos on G4 Macs is frustrating. Three tools to address that.
- Interview with Alexander Clauss, iCab's Creator, 2011.11.22. iCab started on the Atari ST, came to Macs in 1999, is available for iOS, and a current version still supports OS X 10.3.9.
- A Second Spring for PowerPC Macs, 2011.09.28. Apple has abandoned the Classic Mac OS, PowerPC Macs, and PowerPC software, but that doesn't have to mean an end for new development.
- Flash, YouTube, and .docx File Conversion for Mac OS 9, 2011.04.05. Although Adobe and Microsoft dropped OS 9 support years ago, there are workarounds for viewing YouTube videos and using Word documents.
- Back to Mac OS 9 Because It's All I Need, 2011.01.26. Sebastian Patting sold his Intel Macs and went back to PowerPC Macs and Mac OS 9. Here's why.
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