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Based on over a decade's experience with Macs, these older models give you the most bang for the buck and generally have a decent upgrade path.
Like Mac Daniel, but with an even larger staff.
If you get junk email (and who doesn't), here are some tips for dealing with it.
Where to go to buy or sell uses Mac stuff, including links to auction sites.
The Mac world's version of Ann Landers - what upgrades make sense? how can you get the most out of an older Mac? Ask one of our experts.
A guide to USB & FireWire peripherals, along with some reviews.
Serious information about hard drives, networking, processors, and other things too technical to put in a regular editorial.
Why 56k modems don't do 56k - and links to other Internet connections such as DSL, cable modems, ISDN, and more.
How to analyze your computing situation and decide if you're better off upgrading what you have or buying a newer Mac.
Before you buy a used Mac or consider upgrading the one you have, find out if it's a Road Apple. Most Road Apples are still pretty decent, but a few....
Notes on clock chipping various Macintosh models.
Where to find used Macs from dealers and individuals who specialize in older hardware.
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