Eric Bylenga
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Quicksilver

    Currently being used as my main work computer, I've forced it to use Leopard and I've modified a PC AGP card to work in it!
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iPodCharger

    This is a pretty cool custom USB charger built to power up to 16 iPods. Built for a work project. It was actually pretty simple.
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Silkscreen Art

    I love it when engineeers take pride in their work and add something whimsical. This is art I've found on old electronics.
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Mystic Overclock

    Overclocking my "Mystic" Colour Classic was actually pretty easy, here are some pics.
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Classic

    My Mac Classic. It was in rough shape but I've done a complete re-cap of both the logic board and analog board.
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v100

    I'm now the proud owner of some proper server equipment! The Sun Microsystem SunFire V100 is a low power (less than 44Watts) enterprise server in a 1U form factor.
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SE ATX

    My SE FDHD's PSU died on me... So I hacked it to a ATX Power supply. It lives again!
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CaseDesign
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heidibot
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Color Classic

    This is my heavily modified Mystic Color Classic. Full '40, 640x480 hack, pure fun.
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TRS 80 Model 100

    Similar to my very first computer the Tandy 102. This is an earlier model, a TRS-80 Model 100. A solid state computer and a very nice early laptop.
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128k

    The Original Macintosh in all its glory. Need I say more?
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PoE

    How to Make a Power Over Ethernet connection on a budget.
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SE 30

    The Macintosh SE/30. Expandable to 128MB of RAM on its 8 slots this is essentially a Macintosh IIx in a Macintosh SE case. This is a highly collectable computer and can even run Apple's pre-OSX flavour of UNIX; A/UX.
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MC10
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SLiRP

    Photos from a Christmas project to get my Mac Classic speaking TCP/IP and AppleTalk over serial using SLiRP
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68KNAS

    Well... Turns out it is possible to have reliable external storage on a modern NAS drive from a 68K Mac.
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SE30Restoration

    At first I tried to sell this thing when it was broken... Didn't work. Instead I decided to fix it by replacing all the Capacitors on the motherboard.
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VCR

    One dead G3 iMac and an old VCR equals a great project. I hacked this machine into the VCR case and performed a full ATX mod.
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QuickSilverOverclock

    I overclocked my 2002 PowerMac G4 (Quicksilver) from 800Mhz to 867MHz.
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FDHD

    The Macintosh FDHD. A great computer with great expandability, at least for it's time, 4MB of RAM and the first Mac with internal expansion for either two floppy drives or a SCSI HDD! The SE was also the first mac to feature an expansion port. The FDHD stands for Floppy Disk High Density.