The web author is a technical buff and had been fiddling with personal computers since 1978. He started with the Motorola-powered Commodore PET until he upgraded to the then, state-of-the-art and legendary Apple II in 1980.
From then on, he had been an avid fan and close watcher of the development and growth of the personal computer industry.
A self-confessed fan of the late Steve Jobs, he had been to several MacWorld Expos (later, became iWorld) and had seen oodles of COMDEX (Las Vegas) shows as well during their heydays.
These days, he frequents the annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES, - which is also held in Las Vegas) as well as occassional Apple Special Events (Steve Jobs Theater) at their very own 'spaceship campus' in Cupertino, California.
Currently, he operates and maintains this website -as a hobby- on a Mac Pro in California, USA with a co-located webserver that runs on an aluminum Mac mini in the Philippines.
All the devices in this vintage collection are still in excellent working condition. To be classifed as a 'vintage', a device should be, at least, eight (8) years old and no longer being manufactured.