Apple OneScanner Dispatcher software

Disk images for the Apple OneScanner Dispatcher software. Use these images to create floppy disks with the installation files. (.zip archive contains two .img files.)

SCSIProbe 3.3

Early copies of SCSIProbe - a critical troubleshooting tool on SCSI Macs - are getting surprisingly hard to find, so when I came across this copy of 3.3 today, I thought it important to post it.

For the sake of those trying to use Google to track down an old copy of SCSIProbe:

SCSIProbe 3.0
SCSIProbe 3.1
SCSIProbe 3.2
SCSIProbe 3.4
SCSIProbe 3.5

Macintosh IIsi: A Closer Look

A hypercard stack introducing the Macintosh IIsi.

Illustrator 88 Demo

Adobe Illustrator 88 Slideshow- created using VideoWorks. Still runs in Classic!

Update on info-mac uploads browser

Date: Sat, 10 Oct 92 15:02:05 EDT

QVT is a DEC VT220 Terminal Emulator for the Mac. It works well under both
System 6.0x and System 7.0. QVT supports international diacritical
characters and most file transfer protocols such Kermit, Xmodem, Ymodem,

Terminal 2.2

Date: Mon, 13 Apr 92 23:55:11 -0700

Attached below please find version 2.2 of Terminal,
written by Erny Tontlinger.

I have tested that the program compiles correctly and runs. I can be
reached as . I'm sending this in via...

Termulator - a mac terminal emulator

Date: Wed, 8 May 91 16:31:53 EDT

Termulator is a terminal emulator that supports:

-vt100 emulation [I use it with emacs on unix boxes successfully]
-xmodem, zmodem transfer protocols [but not kermit!]

It's shareware, and I got it from G...

ARA AT&T DataPort

Date: 20 Mar 93 01:57:21 U

Subject: Time:1:50 AM
OFFICE MEMO ARA AT&T DataPort Date:3/20/93
Enclosed is an ARA file for the AT&T DataPort 14.4/FAX. I wrote it and...


Date: 16 Feb 1993 21:08:14 -0700

This is a CCL for the AT&T Paradyne Comsphere 3810 modem. Actually it's a quick
hack from the Hayes Smartmodem 2400 but changed to allow access at upto
14.4kbaud. I had to write...

1stBBS Remote User

Date: 13 Apr 92 13:28:00 EDT

Hello netters.

In my search for a BBS that our local MAC users group could use on our LocalTalk/Ethernet/Broadband system I ran across 1stBBS.

It is kinda a long story but those of you who "remember" 128k of RAM might...

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