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Pop-Up Shop at Astoria Vintage Hardware!

I am over the moon excited to be part of Astoria Vintage Hardware’s pop-up series!

Astoria Vintage Hardware is one of my absolute favorite places to shop in Astoria. 171 more words

Events

The Verge: Google’s new app lets parents turn old Android tablets into kid-friendly devices

The Verge: Google’s new app lets parents turn old Android tablets into kid-friendly devices. “Google’s Family Link app lets parents hand down their old Android gadgets to their kids without worrying about what they could end up downloading from the Play Store or finding online. 19 more words

Tweaks & Updates

Meet Debs, Your Local Antique Dealer at the Raleigh Flea Market & Antiques

I recently attended the weekly Raleigh Flea Market and Antiques Sale at the Fairgrounds on Blue Ridge Road.  I had been there previously, but today I was on the look out for art supplies for my artistic endeavors: mosaics.  360 more words

Refreshing A Family Heirloom

Where is the rule written that says that if you inherit a family heirloom, it needs to stay in exactly the same condition that it always has? 858 more words

Vintage

Journal-Sentinel: Pfister artist Margaret Muza processes love of history through tintype photographs

This is marvelous! From the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel: Pfister artist Margaret Muza processes love of history through tintype photographs. “Muza, the artist in residence at Milwaukee’s Pfister Hotel, practices a style of photography popular during the American Civil War, capturing images onto sheets of metal. 59 more words

Images

Internet Archive: Early Macintosh Emulation Comes to the Archive

Internet Archive: Early Macintosh Emulation Comes to the Archive. “After offering in-browser emulation of console games, arcade machines, and a range of other home computers, the Internet Archive can now emulate the early models of the Apple Macintosh, the black-and-white, mouse driven computer that radically shifted the future of home computing in 1984.”

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ASCII by Jason Scott: Please Help Us Track Down Apple II Collections

Jason Scott needs your help tracking down Apple II software for archiving. “The Summary: Conditions are very, very good right now for easy, top-quality, final ingestion of original commercial Apple II Software and if you know people sitting on a pile of it or even if you have a small handful of boxes, please get in touch with me to arrange the disks to be imaged. ”

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