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Computer Newsletters: User Groups and Flyers
by Glenside Color Computer Club, Inc.
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Computer Newsletters: User Groups and Flyers
by Glenside Color Computer Club, Inc.
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Computer Newsletters: User Groups and Flyers
by Glenside Color Computer Club, Inc.
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Computer Newsletters: User Groups and Flyers
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Unsorted Datasets
by Various
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66,000 .SWF files, banner ads put into websites in the 2003-2004 era of the Web. Requires a flash player to view. The files have been saved with simple numbers, so no obvious metadata exists. The ads themselves range across a wide variety of products, services, companies and public service, with the .SWF file being self-encapsulated (not requiring any servers or outside data, although some have active URL clickthroughs to sites likely all dead).  Files have been separated by month released...
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The Software Capsules Compilation
by Various
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A gathering of cracks, exploits and serial number information from a variety of sources - compressed to 140 gigabytes. Ranges across a number of years with generally a Windows/DOS approach.
The Software Preservation Library
by Various
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A grab of the contents of the now-defunct emu-docs.org, a site dedicated to understanding systems for the purposes of emulation. Includes copies and files from a wide variety of sources. Has entire website as well as to-be-sorted directories. To view the contents of this .ZIP archive, click here .
Topics: emulation, specs, emulators, diagrams, specs
The FTP Site Boneyard
by Various
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This is a large mirroring of the contents of FTP.BLASTWAVE.ORG, a site dedicated to Sun Solaris packages. Containing roughly 83gb of materials, it is now useful for historical research. Most appear to be for Solaris 8, 9 and 10. (SunOS 5.8, 5.9, 5.10). To browse a textfile of the contents of the .TAR file, click here .
Disk Drives: Collections of Files from the Era of the Drive
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Pulled from the Firefox Marketplace in March 2018 using the included script, these are all software materials available before the site's shutdown.  To browse the Wayback Machine grabs of the Marketplace, visit this page . To browse the contents of this large .ZIP file, click this link . Firefox Marketplace is a discovery and distribution platform for web apps. It imbues Mozilla's principles of transparency, user control, and open innovation that locked-down platforms lack. Its mission is to...
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Disk Drives: Collections of Files from the Era of the Drive
by Various
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This item is a compilation of images acquired from a 12,000+ floppy collection of one of the members of the cracking group "Bamiga Sector 1". It was in an attic in Belgium for roughly 25 years and is in the process of being imaged by a small set of volunteers.  The collection is expected to grow over time and will be noted here when it is complete. The website for the project is  http://www.amigaclub.be/bs1/ For easy downloading, the collection will be a set of .zip files, which can...
Computer Newsletters: User Groups and Flyers
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A collection of textfiles related to 8-bit computers, including text zines Portable Addiction, ST Report, ZNET Atari Online, and Computist Magazine. Also A2 Game Reviews.
The FTP Site Boneyard
by Various UNC Students
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For many years, UNC maintained a web-accessible directory of student-created websites for web creation courses. In 2018, this collection was taken offline, but this 2018 grab of the website allows reference to the materials going forward. Thanks to Paul T. for this particular project. To browse the directory of files, click here .
Floppy Disks of Software
by Jason Aller (Imager) Various (Creators)
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A large collection of imaged Macintosh Floppies, generally 800k images, sourced from donated boxes of software (just floppies) over the course of 2018 by Jason Aller.  Names are generally derived from what was written on the outside of the floppy. Some floppies with professional printing have been additionally scanned.