This is a place to discuss the Retrochallenge, a demonstration of the utility of legacy technologies for work and play.

Are you tired of comments such as "this computer is too slow to do anything" and "this operating system is is not capable of doing such and such"? These comments are rarely accurate since productivity and creativity are human values that rarely depend upon the machine itself. This is your opportunity to demonstrate your creativity to the community at large, and learn more about your old machines in the process.