Based on suggestion from member "gkarris" in the Photo of the Day - October 2009 thread http://forums.macrumors.com/showpost.php?p=8703349&postcount=660 I'm posting here. Thread title says it all, simple rules: Vintage 680X0 mac photos - post your computer shots. Only 68k macs, no PPC, no intel, we are talking vintage stuff here. Simple background on the shot and where you were in your lifestage for the shot. Neat to see the people in these as well, lends to the slogan "Of the 235 million people in America, only a fraction can use a computer... Introducing Macintosh. For the rest of us". Here is my to start: Here's a blast from the past, that's me circa Oct 1984 going to Engineering school. My 128k Mac, yes that is MacPaint (gotta be version 1.0?) you see onscreen. I used it and MacWrite for report writing, MacBasic for programming. This was a self-portrait I took for one of my "fun" non-engineering electives, B&W Photography. I developed this photo myself in the "real" chemical darkroom. For me, I was learning darkroom basic techniques at this time also, which always intrigued me and was fun to do/experiment with. I had played with the stuffed bear be during the shoot, in/out, besides that this was my real college study table exactly. 25 years ago........ My 128k Mac was delivered 10/1984, ordered thru U of M education program thru inacomp, I still have that receipt, the original; plastic box the systems disc's came in/manuals/etc. Sadly the 128k mac, which was upgraded to a MacPlus, is long gone. I was a member of MacTechnics in AA also 1986-ish thru mid 1996.