Vintage Computers: iMac G4, 2002

Next up in our #VintageComputers series is the iMac G4 from Apple Computers. An adjustable arm, mounted to a white hemisphere controlled the movement of the LCD screen. The computer also featured a full size tray loading optical drive and fourth-generation PowerPC G4... read more

Feature Client: Stan’s HVAC Systems

This week we’re featuring our client Stan’s HVAC systems. Here’s some background information from our client’s website: We know the importance of family. In fact, that strong connection became the basis for our approach to customer service: To always treat our... read more

Feature Client: Trax International Ltd

This week we’re featuring our client Trax International Ltd, a logistics company based right here in the Nation’s capital. Here’s some background information from our client’s website: Trax International is located in Canada’s capital, Ottawa, and is a wholly... read more

Vintage Computers: Macintosh Plus, 1986

Next up in our #VintageComputers series is the Macintosh Plus from Apple Computers. The Macintosh Plus was the longest produced Macintosh ever, and was on the market until 1990 for a total of four years. The Macintosh Plus was commonly used as a ‘base model’ for many... read more