In what is unquestionably one of the more creative Nook Simple Touch homebrew hacks we've seen, you can now install the classic Macintosh OS on Barnes & Noble's ereader. There's likely no one happier about this than Mike Cane, who blogged last year about an "impossible dream" that centered around loading the legacy OS onto a Nook. It turns out the dream wasn't so impossible after all. In February, Cane came across a report claiming someone had successfully installed Mini vMac — an early Macintosh OS emulator — onto the device. The hack wasn't exactly flawless, but Cane's wishes had come true. Unfortunately, there was little in the way of proof at the time.