I created a page dedicated to Mac OS X user guides (in PDF format), ranging from Mac OS X 10.0 Public Beta through Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard. More for my own purposes for a future project I’m working on, but I made it public for anyone that would like to download a copy for themselves.
I do not have anything for Mac OS X 10.7 Lion through the most current macOS, so if you have a copy to send my way, let me know and I’ll add it to the page and credit you appropriately.
It’s fun to look at how Apple was dedicated in teaching users new and old alike in the early days of Mac OS X compared to now, when it’s assumed everyone should know how to use a computer and the included operating system.
I’ve been really terrible at writing here. It’s not a surprise, really. Up until last month, there were a total of 9 entries posted from June 2021 through March 2022.
This entire year has flown by, really. I always look forward to the Autumn season every year, and yet, it too flies by way too fast. Before you know it, December will be here and the holiday season will be upon us once again.
But, getting that out of the way. I’m glad that it’s October. Cooler weather, shorter days, colorful scenery, and pumpkins. All of the things that really make Autumn a great season.
A few years ago I took a drive to Ned Skeldon Stadium, former home of the Toledo Mud Hens, hoping to get a few pictures and reminisce a little.
I learned that it became part of the Lucas County Recreational Center Complex and was still being used for amateur baseball, but time definitely took a toll on the stadium and it was clearly falling apart.
It’s no surprise then that it is officially scheduled to be demolished sometime soon, to be completed by early 2023.
The grandstands, press box and clubhouse will be razed, but the baseball diamond and dugouts will remain.
The commissioners made the decision to tear down the stadium in February. The stadium has been vacant for several years and many sections are in disrepair.
Lots of good memories of games spent with my family were made here, so it’s definitely a little bittersweet to see it disappear.
I’ve created a separate page with more pics of the stadium, taken in October 2016.