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The Macintosh Guy Lists

Low End Mac is pleased to welcome The Macintosh Guy Lists as Low End Mac affiliate lists.

Eric Prentice, a.k.a. The Macintosh Guy of Portland, started his first list in July 1998, using the Low End Mac lists as his model. The two groups of lists have a very similar feel - lots of helpful people freely sharing their expertise.

Along with the lists I've been running, these are some of the best available. If they cover an area of interest to you, I suggest you give them a try.

Dan Knight

  • Duo/2400, begun September 24, 1998. Discussion of PowerBook Duo computers and the PowerBook 2400.
  • Mac USB, begun September 24, 1998. Discussion of USB and USB peripherals on the Mac.
  • iBook List, begun October 29, 1998 as the CPortList. Discussion of the iBook and AirPort.
  • Mac FireWire, begun January 7, 1999. Discussion of FireWire and FireWire devices for the Mac.
  • Mac Games, started June 6, 1999. The place to discuss gaming issues.
  • G4 List, begun on August 31, 1999. Discussion of the Power Mac G4 and G4 upgrades for earlier Macs.
  • Mac Digital Video, begun November 1999.
  • MacVoice, for voice recognition, begun January 2000
  • MacCube, begun July 2000
  • MacMP, for multiprocessor Macs, begun July 2000
  • Eight.Six Plus, announcement list. Covers updates to Mac OS 8.6 that are not part of the standard install.

Lists are available for sponsorship. Email >dan.knight@lowendmac.com for details.

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