Power Macintosh 6100/60AV. The monitor had built-in speakers! This was a big deal at the time. Played a lot of Escape Velocity myself on later machines and a WW2 flight sim called Out of the Sun. Used something like 10 floppy disks that you'd have to install in order. Sometimes one wouldn't work and you'd have to…
We're still pooling our Gawker Media paychecks this month, right?
Thank you for the additional insight. I'm not an engineer, and adding that comment without all the facts was indeed ignorant. I appreciate the comment and have changed the post to reflect the freak nature of this accident.
Yes, yes it is. Into the rich person's yacht engine I go.
Geek trivia: It's from Serenity ;-)
Who said anything about not believing in intelligent life in another solar system?
@pete: Pete, she was contracted to work for the CEO's office as a kind of events coordinator/party planner.
Good luck, Wilson. We met in person only once, and that was enough, I think.
@SAMtheMAN99: Yes! In the original article Zurovcik says she's working with companies in-country to develop a mass-produced version.
@Kraken: Technically, Burke memories are 3-5 yrs old (and a bit earlier, although 3 is pushing the limits).