I occurred to me a moment ago that since I'm no longer an apple employee, I can put my forbidden hacks back up. For those not in the know, I was forced to take these down a few years ago suddenly and mysteriously. I didn't break any rules, but I was investigated and informed that I'd be harassed until they found some excuse to fire me if I didn't take them down. Well, I'm out, and I'm never going back. No amount of money could convince me to return to that hellish existence.
"Think different" is a fallacy. It really means, "Think like us or you're a dirty commie!"
The Purple G3/G4 that started it all:
My silver paneled PowerBook G3 came next:
Then I hacked my airport base station. This one became hugely popular and attracted way too much attention to me. It was the I beam that broke the camel's back:
But I didn't stop hacking, I just went underground with the most hacked cube ever:
and quickly followed up with some easy but rewarding hacks to the FireWire PowerBook G3.
Of course I'll probably never buy another mac again, so I wouldn't expect new apple based hacks from me any time soon.