15 Classic PC Design Mistakes

June 15th, 2009 by Benj Edwards

15 Classic PC Design Mistakes

Up now on Harry McCracken’s Technologizer is my latest VC&G-related freelance work: “15 Classic PC Design Mistakes,” a non-exhaustive analysis of various hardware and software design goofs in vintage computers. In it, I discuss the Apple III, Coleco Adam, TI-99/4A, Macintosh, and more. Feel free to take a look.

5 Responses to “15 Classic PC Design Mistakes”

  1. K4DSP Says:

    Hey Benj, congrats! You even got a mention on Slashdot!

    Most enjoyable article.

  2. Muzer Says:

    Your articles are great! I always enjoy reading them. Although sometimes the sites they end up on are slow and painful, but since you’re getting paid (I assume), not much of a sacrifice!

  3. Daniel Says:

    Benj, those are awesome!

  4. svofski Says:

    Thanks Benj! I’m also particularly glad to see a change from the old one sentence per page format.

  5. Geoff V. Says:

    Disagree with a few, but love the presentation.

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