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Somehow my husband has accumulated 4 early Macs and a few external drives.
They actually work if one can stand the slowness.
Does anyone know of any good use for these relics?
I have been thinking about setting up a "computer lab" for my art students
(children 6-12). I could teach them basic computer drawing with MacPaint
or possibly Superpaint. They could become familiar with cut and paste
functions and simple page design. I could let them color in their designs
on my Mac IIcx and print them out.
Is there a need for this sort of limited introduction to computer art? It
seems computer design has really moved beyond Macpaint to postscript
drawing in Illustrator, Photoshop, etc.
What do you think?