Friends of Mac PowerPC
In this post I wanted to share blogs/sites that I check often for news & information with my PowerPC fans. There are a good number of people out there that are on the same page as us and they support our goal of keeping our processors running for as long as as they can. If you have a blog/web-site about PowerPC send me an e-mail or message.
*PPC LUDDITE – http://ppcluddite.blogspot.com/ – They always supply great information, options, sources for PowerPC machines. It’s the perfect blog to check on a regular basis and you will always find great material. “Living PowerPC in the age of Intel”.
* TheChurchOfApple – http://thechurchofapple.com/ – This is my sister blog, it’s not PowerPC related but there is great information about Apple.
* MyMac – http://mymac.com – Publishing since 1995
*PowerPC Software Archive – http://www.powerpcsoftware.com/ – For PowerPC users this is a great site that supports G3/G4/G5 (you can not go wrong), it’s all organized in tabs (Internet / video & audio/ text & document/ utilities, etc.) Some of the apps have an option of Mirror downloading or a link to the Official web site. Their own words: “We have made our best attempt to deliver the last PowerPC versions of various Macintosh software, so that you may continue to extend the life of your computers.“
*TigerOSX Tiger is Here – http://tigerosx.wordpress.com/ – This is like my “sister site / brother blog” and I visit it almost every day! I would say this blog is a must not just for Tiger but for all PowerPC users. Leopard users should watch out…because the Tiger is HERE!
* ViVa PowerPC – http://www.vivapowerpc.eu Viva PowerPC.
*RJCalifornia http://rodolfohernan20.blogspot.ca/search/label/powerpc PowerPC Macs got one more blog to help us sharing information and experience of running Mac OS X. This blog just started posting about PowerPC and already have great material.
*PowerPCNotebook – Favorite this site right now, I believe and their potential – http://www.powerpc-notebook.org/ PowerPC in 2015 here we go.
*MacPowerPC Gaming – http://powerpcgaming.wordpress.com – Great blog dedicated for PowerPC gamers. All gamers is time to turn on your machines and enjoy some great options.
*iFixOldMac – http://www.ifixoldmacs.com/ – Hardware repair/upgrades, software installation and other services check this site.
*PowerPCArchive – http://ppcarchive.dyniform.net/ – A site that you will find great material to download and make your Mac PowerPC more productive.
*MyAppleCollection – http://myapplecollection.wordpress.com/ – Very interesting blog, I could even get a feeling of what the life of a Mac Collector is like.
* MacMiniG4 – http://macminig4.wordpress.com – New blog but there are really good intentions here.
*F.A.Q for PowerPC Macs – http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=1091765 – Great, great F.A.Q!
* Pure Mac – All Software You Really Need – http://www.pure-mac.com/
*OldApps – http://mac.oldapps.com/ – They support old apps of the 3 main OS, Mac, Linux and Doors oops sorry I mean Windows. If you are still running an old computer you must check this site… you will find great apps available.
* OldVersion – http://www.oldversion.com/mac/ – Because newer is not always better. And that is what this web site is all about.
* PowerPCAccess – http://powerpcaccess.blogspot.com
* My Abandonware – http://www.myabandonware.com – If you are looking for an old game here is place to start. Games from 1980 to 2002.
* FreeSMUG – http://www.freesmug.org/start – If you’re looking for Open Source software that is still available to your Mac PowerPC, then here is place to stop by and take a look around. Graphic section is really good!
* MacOS9Lives – http://www.macos9lives.com – This blog will definitely will bring you back to the roots. I can see you taking your G3/G4 machine out of the closet and powering it back on. Mac OS 9 Lives (just saying).
* AllAboutSteveJobs.Com – http://allaboutstevejobs.com/ – Oh we defenitely miss Steve Jobs
* Abandon Application/ Operation System (Mac) – http://winworldpc.com/library_m2.shtml
* Abandon Application for MacPPC – http://sdfox7.com/macppc/