This article is how to install more games on your PlayStation Classic from your PlayStation media disks. I did these instructions with pre version 1.0 - I have done each step and tested. I collected this information from several sites and people. I then compiled it here on this blog.
I purchased the PlayStation Classic so I could play PlayStation games on my HDMI television using actual PlayStation controllers. So the first thing I wanted to figure out was how to add purchased disk games to the system and this blog entry is exactly how to do that.
Since your PlayStation Classic does not have a disk drive, the first thing you will need to do is create a .bin file from the disk that you wish to add. The disk image .bin file will be placed on a flash drive (USB stick) and play on the PlayStation Classic.
The larger the flash drive/USB stick, the more games you can fit on one stick.
 To get started, you’ll need to head to the Magic ISO website (http://www.magiciso.com/) and dow…
As a Chicago Cubs baseball collector, I have decided to start blogging about this
subset of my collection. Yes, I have blogged about Cubs baseball cards before, but this is a little different.
I'm going to start with my 1960 cards and go all they way
to 2017. With so many years and sets, this should keep me occupied for quite some time.
I love collecting 60s baseball cards. There are good designs and bad ones, but *almost*
all fun. The problem collecting these cards are the expense and quite a few less
of them out there that are in great condition.
1960 Fleer Baseball Cards
The 1960 Fleer Set of Baseball Greats has 80 baseball cards.
Not a great looking set and not a horrible looking set either. Maybe this is why this set was not overly popular at the time.
The set showcases the great retired players from the first half of the 20th Century.
This was Fleer's first baseball card set and the start of their "retro" sets. The cards
in this set are normally a littl…