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The Ouya Library
Nov 1, 2019 Various
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This item is a collection of images useful for a rebirth of the OUYA console's ability to access and download new games. It is called directly when needed. There is no need to download the entire collection. More information about this work is here:  http://cweiske.de/tagebuch/stouyapi.htm
ARCADE Documentary Footage and Interview Archives
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ARCADE Documentary Clip Collection. Jason says "This is a set of cut, re-rendered, and described clips from a number of interviews conducted for the ARCADE documentary. It is neither every possible clip nor a completion of the work. In the process of making a film, I take each interview, listen to the speaking or watch what is on screen, and describe portions, rendering them out losslessly as described moments. When I am finished doing this with all the relevant interviews, I begin finding...
Compilations of Fluxed Disks
2019 Jeremy Barr-Hyde (Assembler)
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A wide selection of Apple II disk images, box and floppy scans, and other historical items around the Apple II. Coming from a variety of approaches, including .WOZ, .DSK, .EDD, and scans include .GIF, .JPEG, and .tif. 
KansasFest
Jul 19, 2018 Ken Gagne
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More than 40 years after its debut, how is it there's still so much to say about the Apple II? How do we find what's new, and how do we spin it to make it interesting? After eight years and 500+ weekly blog posts, Ken still has plenty of new material about his favorite computer. He'll reveal the secrets of his sources, blogging and distribution platforms, and audience engagement techniques in this session.
KansasFest
Jul 19, 2018 Vince Weaver
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Vince will discuss his Apple II programming adventures, which started in the 80s but only really got interesting in the past ten years or so. This includes 6502 assembly games (Tom Bombem, Talbot Fantasy 7) and graphic/Mockingboard demos (VMW Chiptune Player, 8k Mode7 Demo). He also does unlikely things with Applesoft BASIC, such as Uthernet webservers and "ports" of modern games (Portal, Kerbal Space Program). All of this work has full source code available as part of his Linux...
KansasFest
Jul 18, 2018 Rob Walch
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Rob Walch of Today in iOS podcast joins us for a look at tips, tricks, and the latest in Apple’s iOS and related hardware. This year marks his 11th presenting at KansasFest!
ARCHIVE TEAM: Tumblr Takes a Tumble
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ARCHIVE TEAM: Tumblr Takes a Tumble
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ARCHIVE TEAM: Tumblr Takes a Tumble
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APK Archive
Sep 25, 2017 Eric Froemling
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8 Player Party Game Madness! Blow up your friends in mini-games ranging from capture-the-flag to hockey. Featuring gratuitous explosions, advanced ragdoll face-plant physics, pirates, ninjas, barbarians, insane chefs, and more. Supports PS3 controllers, XBox 360 controllers, most USB/Bluetooth gamepads, and even iOS and Android devices as controllers via the free 'BombSquad Remote' app. Bombs Away! Version history: 1.4.123 - Account unlinking & bug fixes 1.4.116 - Bug fixes 1.4.113 - Bug...
Internet Archive Presents
Nov 1, 2016 Mar Williams of SUDUX.COM
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Created by Mar Williams of SUDUX.COM , this custom artwork for the Internet Arcade is available in Adobe Illustrator format for use on arcade stand-up machines. This particular template works with the X-Arcade LumberJacques product form. 
Topics: Arcade, Artwork, Internet Arcade, Arcade Machine, Marquee, Sideart
KansasFest
Jul 1, 2016 Andrew and Ivan Hogan
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These web pages are text-only and can be accessed using an Apple //e running the Contiki suite of internet apps. The Contiki browser can surf any text-only pages including those offered at www.apple2.org My Apple //e uses an "Apple II Ethernet Module" purchased from a2retrosystems.com on Jan. 22, 2011 for $89 in order to connect to the internet. The ethernet card is also used by ADTPro (Apple Disk Transfer ProDOS) to transfer disk images between a PC and the Apple //e physical...
Topic: Kansasfest 2011
KansasFest
Jul 1, 2016 Martin Haye and Dagen Brock
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Opening remarks by Dagen Brock and Martin Haye for KansasFest 2016, held in Kansas City, MO in July of 2016.
Topic: KansasFest Opening
KansasFest
Jul 1, 2016 Mike Harvey
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Mike Harvey, a business executive, salesperson, technologist, project manager, entrepreneur, programmer, and best known in the Apple community as the founder and publisher of Nibble magazine. Harvey started his career as a salesperson for IBM and continued with various roles at other major technology companies, including marketing at Burroughs, planning and project management at Xerox, and executive positions with several others. In October 1979, he was between jobs and thought he would start...
Topic: Mike Harvey Keynote
KansasFest
Jul 1, 2016 Ken Gagne and Kevin Savetz
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Ken Gagne and Kevin Savetz, both experienced in interviews conducted in person, over the phone and over the internet, describe their methods, philosophies and advice for getting the most out of an interview opportunity. They also extensively describe how to MAKE those opportunities happen in the first place.
Topic: Interviews Kevin Savetz Ken Gagne Kansasfest 2016
KansasFest
Jul 1, 2016 Quinn Dunki
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The IIc Plus has been a bit of a dark horse in the 8-bit line. It was the only 8-bit that didn't have a full ROM source code listing in the manual, and very little seemed to be known about it. The Technical Reference Manual for it marked Apple's shift away from indulging hobbyists, and more towards locking things down. This will be a talk about Quinn’s odyssey to unlock the mysteries of the IIc Plus, and modify some of its more annoying behaviors.
Topic: KFest 2016 Quinn Dunki Picking Apart The IIc Plus ROM
KansasFest
Jul 1, 2016 Dagen Brock
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Emulation is a bit of an arms race, with various emulators all chasing perfection of their respective platforms. Developer, Dagen Brock, went on a quest to make some small improvements to the seminal Apple IIGS emulator, KEGS/GSPort. After getting some initial success in modernizing the code, he was ready to really start tearing into the heart of the emulator. This is when he realized that we've been thinking about emulators incorrectly, as single threaded applications which simply sit in front...
Topic: KFest 2016: Emulators: You're Doing It All ROM
KansasFest
Jul 1, 2016 Rob McMullen and Kevin Savetz
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Rob McMullen and Kevin Savetz are two Atari 8-bit podcasters who are huge fans of the classic platform game Jumpman. They interviewed the author, Randy Glover, in the Antic podcast interview series and discovered that the source code is likely lost forever. They began reverse engineering the Atari 8-bit version using Omnivore (Rob's Linux/Mac/Windows program for reverse engineering 8-bit disk images) with the intent to create new levels and add new features to the game. They will demo Omnivore...
Topic: Jumpman
KansasFest
Jul 1, 2016 Anthony Martino and Henry Courbis
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Learn more about Ultimate Micro’s new replacement power supply for the Apple II. The Universal PSU Kit is designed to be installed in your existing Apple II or /// Power Supply Enclosure and replace your old Power Supply PCB. All connections can be made by the user and are safe, simple, and designed to last for the next decade and beyond of use. The Kit is also uninstallable and the enclosure isn’t modified in any way.
Topic: Ultimate Micro PSU
KansasFest
Jul 1, 2016 Ken Gagne
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Steam is the largest online marketplace for PC, Mac, and Linux games, making it easy for independent game developers to distribute their software. But indie game developers often lack the resources of major game studios. What they lack in funding, they make up for in creativity, turning to classic games and genres for inspiration. We'll look at many Steam titles where the Apple II influence is strong, suggesting modern games that will appeal to classic gamers.
Topic: Ken Gagne Steamed Apples
KansasFest
Jul 1, 2016 Kansasfest Staff
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The annual Kansasfest Tie Contest takes place, and with just three contestants it's a rather short affair this year. Afterwards, Sean Fahey makes the announcement of the dates for Kansasfest 2017, to great applause.
Topics: Tie Contest, Kansasfest, 2017
KansasFest
Jul 1, 2016 John Lane
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John has written machine language routines to draw characters in double hi-res graphics. Character size is set at 28 pixels wide by 16 scan lines. The routines use black or white characters depending on background color. The background color is one of 8 colors and the colors used are red, DK blue, DK green, brown and their four composite opposites of  aqua, yellow, pink, LT blue. This gives 20 characters across the screen which John believes is optimal for DHR.
Topic: Kansas Fest 2016 John Lane Drawing Text Characters In DHR In Color
KansasFest
Jul 1, 2016
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The Apple II Forever Awards are awarded to shining members of the Apple II Community. This year the recipients are 4am, Jason Scott, and Stavros Karatsoridis. Jason Scott receives the award for 4am, and Kevin Savetz receives the award for Jason Scott.
Topic: Kansasfest 2016
KansasFest
Jul 1, 2016 KansasFest
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Quinn Dunki presents the entries for the 2016 KansasFest Hackfest, where entrants do Apple II-related hacks during KansasFest, showing off technology written in days.
Topic: Kansasfest Hackfest
KansasFest
Jul 1, 2016 Kansasfest
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Every year, the dorm doors of the Kansasfest attendees are decorated, and the resulting photographed doors are shown. The most creative, unusual and thoughtful doors are awarded and highlighted. This year was an excellent crop; at the end, the winners are chosen from the judges.
Topics: Kansasfest, Door, Prize
KansasFest
Jul 1, 2016 Geoff Weiss
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There is no chance that Adobe will ever develop Photoshop for the Apple IIGS. But, the next best thing will be available during this session. Using the power of GNU Image Manipulation Program (GIMP) and python, anybody will be able to create native IIGS graphic images. Convert your favorite picture to the IIGS. Draw new images. Export images straight into IIGS images formats--watch for the release of this component during this session. Bring your computer with GIMP (2.6 or later) and python...
Topic: Kansasfest 2016 Photoshop For the IIgs
Hacker Hotel 2016
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Marcel van der Velde, in the Dutch Hacker scene known as Ijskimo, started social engineering at a young age. Social Engineering, a science which is in growing (media) attention, but in Marcels opinion still not enough. In a recent interview Marcel tells it was very easy for him when he was younger to “social engineer some candy”. Also in his younger years he managed to arrange things that others, including adults, couldn’t. “My first pocket money was spent on a red ballpoint pen. Think...
Hacker Hotel 2016
2016 Jos Weyers
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HackerHotel is very proud to announce that Jos Weyers is a speaker again on the HackerHotel.nl 2016 event! Jos will give a demonstration of “Lock Impressioning”. He is a world record holder and shows you how it’s done. Of course all with his witty sense of humour and answering questions along the way. Last year Jos had an interesting presentation why you should never show your keys in Public. Jos Weyers (@josweyers) is a world-record holder in the field of lock impressioning and a...
Hacker Hotel 2016
2016 Team Sanity
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Our mission is for everybody to have fun before, during and after the conference: not only the visitors, but especially all organizing parties and volunteers. We see that everybody who helps must also be able to visit talks and have plenty of time to meet new people and enjoy the fruits of our shared labor. We aim to do this by focussing on communication and aiming for redundancy. This, combined with the growing scale of the event means some parts of the organization might change or look a...
Hacker Hotel 2016
2016 Anne Jan Brouwer
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QtPass is a GUI for pass, the standard UNIX password manager. Just over a year and a half old, QtPass is now available on most platforms.Started as a quick “hack” to get management on-board in storing passwords in a secure way at my then-employer.Now used by many people, organisations and companies. Translated into some languages and with more than 20 contributors from all over the world. My talk will focus on both pass, QtPass and how-to manage an open-source project in a way that gets...
Hacker Hotel 2016
2016 Jelle Lachi
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Hacker Hotel 2016 /pub/quiz with Jelle Lachi
Shmoocon 2016
2016 The Shmoo Group
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The attendees of Shmoocon 2016 are welcomed to the conference, given basic information about the conferences offerings, and the events to look forward to.
Hacker Hotel 2016
2016 Ludo Baauw and Thomas van Renes
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Ludo Baauw and Thomas van Renes will do the opening Keynote talk of Hackerhotel. They will talk about ethical hacking, responsible disclosure and interesting facts they found when doing their IT Security jobs. Ludo Baauw Bsc. is a veteran information security and internet systems expert with aspecialization in IT innovation, online security and information security certification. He founded Intermax in 1994 at the age of 21 and has been director and major shareholder ever since; brought the...
Hacker Hotel 2016
2016 Peter Joosten
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Can you be a Superhuman? Peter Joosten investigates this by means of personal experimentation. How can you measure your life and how do all the applications, activity trackers, websites or other gadgets work? In addition, he tries out all sorts of things to test himself. In his lecture he tells about all the lessons learned from his experiments and research. From one month without social media, coffee, alcohol, warm showers or orgasms, till doing things every day: meditation, 10.000 steps or...
Hacker Hotel 2016
2016 Elger Jonker
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Elger Jonker: Faalkaart
Hacker Hotel 2016
2016 Bart Meijer
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Bart Meijer is co-owner of ReprapWorld.com, the specialist in 3D printer parts and kits. With an IT software background he started five years ago assembling his first 3D printer. Starting as a hobby it quickly evolved into a full time job fiddling with electronics and software. As new hobby he started brewing his own beer, which is regularly featured at the famous ReprapWorld’s Beer and Pizza party. In the past few years the ‘hobby’ grade 3D printer has come a long way. From the early...
Hacker Hotel 2016
2016 Hans de Goede
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Hans is doing a lecture on “Opensource OpenCL support for Nvidia GPU-s”. Hans has been a Linux developer since 1996, working for Red Hat since 2008. Hans works on webcam, usb and uas kernel drivers, libv4l, libusb and libinput, Allwinner Axx SOC support and the Wayland and Xorg input stacks.
Shmoocon 2016
2016 Nick Leiserson and Jen Ellis
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In 2015, 74 bills containing the term “cybersecurity” were introduced in Congress; the Library of Congress approved a security research exemption for the DMCA; the President signed two cybersecurity-related Executive Orders; and various Government agencies debated how to control exports of intrusion technologies. This trend will continue in 2016 as more breaches and vulnerabilities hit the headlines, and technology continues to become more pervasive in our lives. Government policy impacts...
Hacker Hotel 2016
2016 Igor Nikolic
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Igor Nikolic: Socio-technical co-evolution for hackers. The world around us is a complex bio-geo-chemical-socio-technical system that constantly evolves. Focusing on the socio-technical realm, we observe constant interactions between the individual, society and institutions on one side and the myriad of technologies on the other. They are coupled in what evolutionary theory calls a coupled fitness landscape. In this coupled fitness landscape, any move or change by any of the participants has...
Hacker Hotel 2016
2016 Dustin Snijders
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Dustin Snijders: LoRa. LoRa staat voor Long Range Radio en heeft een bereik van tussen 2,5km en 15km per mast. KPN verwacht dat LoRa een netwerktechnologie is die in veel meer landen zal worden gebruikt. De provider zal LoRa niet gebruiken als vervanging van 2g, 3g of 4g als mobiel netwerk, maar de technologie specifiek inzetten voor internet-of-things-toepassingen, zoals connected-auto’s, flexibele straatverlichting die op afstand aan of uit kan worden gezet en slimme afvalbakken die kunnen...
Hacker Hotel 2016
2016 Dimitri Modderman
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Yet another edition of Hackerhotel. During this talk Dimitri will welcome you all. Want to see last years opening? Dimitri is a laser enthousiast building his own lasercutters, laserprojectors and is chairman of the Bitlair hackerspace in Amersfoort. Since 1991 he has organised LAN parties and in 2013 he was Head of LOC (Light Operations Center) at the dutch hackerfestival OHM2013.
Hacker Hotel 2016
2016 Dimitri Modderman
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Closing Remarks to Hacker Hotel 2016 by Dimitri Modderman
The Hamilton Pub Performance Archives
Jul 18, 2015 Earthsign
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Performance by Earthsign at the Three Wishes Pub, July 18, 2015.
Hacker Hotel 2015
Apr 1, 2015 Diderik van Wingerden
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How to go from a cool hack to a sustainable company? by Diderik van Wingerden. Have you ever thought of taking one of your hack projects, building it into a product and creating a company around it? Diderik and his team are doing exactly that. In this talk he will share his experiences with Project Open Health, an ‘open value network’ organization creating a ‘smart health patch’ (sticker with vital signs sensors to be worn on the chest). Questions that will be addressed: how to go from...
Hacker Hotel 2015
Apr 1, 2015 Brenno de Winter
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Hacker Hotel is very proud to announce Brenno is doing the keynote talk on our event on the Saturday night right after dinner. In an information society protecting our freedoms should be top priority. However politics, incompentence and commercial interest cloud this focus far too often. It doesn’t really matter if that is logic or fair, because reality is that the freedoms are under attack. We keep falling for the rethoric of techno optimists. Caring about our future means waking up to a new...
Hacker Hotel 2015
Apr 1, 2015 Amal Graafstra
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Biohacking: The Forefront of a New Kind of Human Evolution, by Amal Graafstra. We are very proud to announce that Amal Graafstra, founder of DangerousThings.com, will lecture us on Biohacking and more specifically about implanting NFC tags in your own body. Amal will give his talk and afterwards he will implant a tag for only 50 euros. Normal price is $99 in the US, and 100 Euros in the Netherlands. A big 50% discount for all you HackerHotel.nl visitors. Amal Graafstra, Founder – Pioneer of...
Hacker Hotel 2015
Apr 1, 2015 Arjan Koopen
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Hacker Hotel 2015: Arjan Koopen - Building Event Networks
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Apr 1, 2015 Jos Weyers
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Showing keys in public (what could possibly go wrong?) from Jos Weyers at Hacker Hotel 2015. If a reporter wants to get the point across that certain people shouldn’t have access to a particular key, would it be wise for said reporter to then show that key to the world? Like the New York City subway key? The key to the subway? On the Internet?! This and other media fails will be shown. And maybe even one or two non-fail examples… Several cases of key-copying-by-sight will be discussed with...
Hacker Hotel 2015
Apr 1, 2015 Peter Smets
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Copy protections are everywhere. On music, movies, games, pretty much everything that is digital. But where did it start? Not on your C64 in 1982 or any other home computer from that era but many of the R&D that we still see today found its origin in the Arcades of the early 80s. This lecture covers the copy protection schemes of way back then and how they influence the world today… From angry letters over encryption to planned system suicide. Peter Smets is running Rastermania since 2009...
Hacker Hotel 2015
Apr 1, 2015 Jeroen Domburg
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Retrogaming usually is defined as playing or collecting older games. For the more technical-minded, it also encompasses coding new games and demos for older platforms, which usually results in impressive tricks never envisioned by the original platform makers. But what if you want to make something impressive but don’t have the time, skill or motivation to do cycle counting and other tedious assembly things to make the platform dance? You cheat. This talk concentrates on the 1982-vintage...
Hacker Hotel 2015
Apr 1, 2015 Hans de Goede
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The linux-sunxi community has been slowly but steadily working on getting Allwinner SoCs like the A10 supported in upstream u-boot and the kernel. This talk will present the current status of Allwinner support upstream. Which SoCs are supported and which ones are not (yet) supported? Which blocks if the supported SoCs are supported, and which are not? Why are some SoCs / blocks not supported, and what are the plans to get them supported? This are some of the questions this talk tries to answer....
Hacker Hotel 2015
Apr 1, 2015 Rob Wiegertjes
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“You thought two hackers, one keyboard was bad? Just wait until you see what hollywood does to lockpickers. From no-contact lockpicking to real rocks in a fake keys, and from reasonably realistic heists to ‘fuck it, we’ll do it live’, we’ll overview the diverse manner in which lockpickers and lockpicking are portrayed in the media.” Rob is a member of Toool, has done talks and workshops on previous hackerevents like EMFCamp 2014.
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Hacker Hotel 2015
Apr 1, 2015 Matthias Strubel
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Hacker meets Mainframe by Matthias Strubel, presented at Hacker Hotel 2015. You might hear about the “big iron”, but are they still used? Why are people using that expensive hardware plattform? This talk gives you a short overview about the mainframe history from past to today. It gives you a short introduction about the architecture and main differences to a common x86-hardware, to understand where are the benefits of it. It tries to points out the flaws of the mainfrmae compared to a...
Hacker Hotel 2015
Apr 1, 2015 Elger Jonker
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This talk shows a couple of things to consider when developing secure websites. It will dive into the many problems and solutions that exist today to make your site suck, or to make it awesome. Elger is an Ethical Hacker who performs many security tests, gives trainings and keeps up with technology in general. Joining the hackerscene since 2002, he never left. He has helped organizing events and is currently active in Awesome Retro.
Hacker Hotel 2015
Apr 1, 2015 Niek Blankers
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WTherm - A Smart Thermostat, by Niek Blankers.
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Apr 1, 2015 Dimitri Modderman
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Hacker Hotel 2015 Opening Lecture by Dimitri Modderman. The first Hacker Hotel! How and why this happened. Dimitri is a laser enthousiast building his own lasercutters, laserprojectors and is chairman of the Bitlair hackerspace in Amersfoort. Since 1991 he has organised LAN parties and in 2013 he was Head of LOC (Light Operations Center) at the dutch hackerfestival OHM2013.
Hacker Hotel 2015
Apr 1, 2015 Robbert Mica
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Outernet is humanity’s public library, broadcast from space for free. Outernet takes the best of the web and broadcasts it from space for every human on Earth. The content we broadcast is determined by anyone who chooses to vote on the most important things to share with humanity. Outernet repurposes broadcast satellite tv equipment and we offer instructions on how to build a DIY-receiver. Once a receiver is configured, Outernet’s content can be accessed by any WiFi-enabled device. Oh, and...
ARCADE Documentary Footage and Interview Archives
Apr 1, 2015 Jason Scott
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Footage shot by Jason Scott in support of the ARCADE Documentary, April of 2015. Along boardwalk and remaining arcades.
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ARCADE Documentary Footage and Interview Archives
2015 Jason Scott
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Interview with Allan Alcorn of Atari, interviewed by Jason Scott in 2015. Audio-only interview, meant to be overload on various Arcade footage for the documentary. Covered a variety of subjects related to the places of arcades.
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Recordings of Independent Origin
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Many of us started out using computers that were much less sophisticated than what we have today, but the systems of yesteryear still have lessons to teach today's developers. This session will dig into the strange world of 6502 assembly language, with particular focus on the Atari 2600 videogame system from 1977. Common idioms will be explained, and most of the rules of software development that you live by will be turned upside-down. Presented by Jack Nutting at 0redev Developer Conference in...
Sketch Stacks
Sep 1, 2014 Jason Dagit
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Jason Dagit is a research engineer at Galois. He received a M.S. in Computer Science from Oregon State University in 2009. He has been active in the Haskell community since 2005 and he is currently a member of the Haskell.org committee. His areas of interest include functional programming, computer graphics, and most recently hardware design. He enjoys working in the space between pure research and industrial practice. The MOS 6502 might be the most historically significant processor for one...
Negativland Ephemera
Aug 29, 2014 James Fella
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Negativland: Crystal Ballroom, Portland OR (August 29, 2014). Recorded by James Fella
Vintage Computer Federation
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VCFE 9.1 2014 History of Franklin Computer Joel Shusterman
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Apr 4, 2014
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VCFE 9.1 2014 Internet Archive Jason Scott
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VCFE 9.1 2014 Commodore History Part 3 Amiga to the End Dave Haynie
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VCFE 9.1 2014 Ches' Computer Security Adventures Bill Cheswick
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VCFE 9.1 2014 IEEE 802 LANMAN Committee History Maris Graube
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Apr 4, 2014
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VCFE 9.1 2014 Overview Montage
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VCFE 9.1 2014 IBM and the Social Security Administration Paul Lasewicz
ARCADE Documentary Footage and Interview Archives
Apr 1, 2014 Jason Scott
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Jason says: "B-Roll Footage shot at Reciprocal Skateboards in New York City, located at  402 11th Avenue. (It has since closed). The shop was skirting around a general ban on video game arcades in NYC by not charging for the games. The owner was very kind and let me just record whatever I wanted to while he ran the store. I was intending to go back and ask about the relationship to the games but I got busy, and the store then closed. It's now a deli."
Sketch Stacks
2014 Jack Nutting
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The Atari 2600 was the first successful home video game console. It also has a well-deserved reputation as being devilishly difficult to program. In this talk, Jack explains some of the system's features and limitations, and talks about some patterns used in developing a game for this ancient console.
ARCADE Documentary Footage and Interview Archives
Oct 1, 2013 Jason Scott
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Jason says: "FREE GOLD WATCH is a modern (as of this documentary) arcade located in a T-shirt printing shop in Haight-Ashbury, San Francisco. They do T-shirt printing but also, over time, have amassed a huge amount of video games and pinball machines. They host pinball tournaments and are open on evenings. I asked to do some filming and it happened to be during the Halloween event, so people are not just playing, but playing in costume, adding an odd feeling to the recording. I worked to...
ARCADE Documentary Footage and Interview Archives
Jun 1, 2013 Jason Scott
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Jason says: "An interview with the owner of the Rusty Quarters Arcade in Minneapolis, a classic video arcade, talking about his goals and ideas of the experience, along with lots of B-Roll of kids playing games. Sadly, the arcade closed soon after (and quickly)."
ARCADE Documentary Footage and Interview Archives
Jul 1, 2012 Jason Scott
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Jason Says: "I got a tip from Robb that there was a collector of videogames and other entertainment devices named The Wolfman, who would be an interesting character to interview if I was in town. When I came in to talk with other Denver-area collectors, I got time with The Wolfman, who was recovering from some medical conditions, but who sat for the interview gladly and gave really good answers. He has incredibly unusual items, some of them first of their kind, but his attitude about it...
ARCADE Documentary Footage and Interview Archives
Jul 1, 2012 Jason Scott
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Jason says "A number of B-Roll shots of the 1UP Arcade in Denver (now since expanded with other locations) that combines a bar and arcade, a concept that has only increased in the years since. Shots were meant to show the connection of alcohol/bar culture and video games, and this direction things were taken."
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BOOTLEG VHS RECORDING OF 0-DAY ART TALK, RELEASED THE SAME DAY AS THE PRESENTATION Join Lindsay Howard and 0-Day Art on April 11th, 7:00pm-8:00pm as they discuss the monetization of net-based art and limiting access to art on the Internet. This talk is the first in a series of conversations to occur in conjunction with the C.R.E.A.M exhibition. Throughout the month of April, audiences are invited to view C.R.E.A.M., an online-only exhibition organized by Eyebeam's Curatorial Fellow, Lindsay...
Topics: 0-Day, Artfight, Nullsleep, NoCarrier, Eyebeam
ARCADE Documentary Footage and Interview Archives
Feb 1, 2012 Jason Scott
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From Wikipedia: The Musée Mécanique (English: Mechanical Museum) is a for-profit interactive museum consisting of 20th-century penny arcade games and artifacts located at Fisherman's Wharf in San Francisco, California. The museum owns over 300 mechanical machines, and is one of the largest privately owned collection of such games in the world. Owner Ed Zelinsky began collecting at age 11 and his games were exhibited in the 1920s at Playland. In 1972 Playland closed and Musée Mécanique...
ARCADE Documentary Footage and Interview Archives
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Interview with the shop owners of SAVE POINT, a video game arcade and game store in Maryland. (This store since closed, re-opened as two different stores run by two different previous collaborating owners, and closed again). Interviews were conducted regarding a whole range of subjects, from the administration of shop through to arcade distribution in general.
The Malware Museum
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Presented at DEF CON 19 in Las Vegas, Nevada in 2011. "It's 2011, so this year it's going to be 25 years since Brain.A, the first PC virus, Join Mikko Hypponen as he talks about the history and evolution of computer viruses. From Brain to Stuxnet, he's spent his career tracking malware and will give a pretty good rundown on what has happened, when and why it mattered. Mikko Hypponen is based in Helsinki, Finland. He has been analysing computer viruses for more than 20 years. He has written...
Unsorted Hacker Convention Talks
Feb 15, 2008
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Deviant Ollam Bump Key Talk (ShmooCon 4)
Hip Hop Mixtapes
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Videogame Videos: Inbox
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NGTV Episode 06 - Zeldas Secrets (February 2007)
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Dec 1, 2006 Future Publishing
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NGTV Ede 04 (December 2006)
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NGTV Episode 02 - Marios Hidden History (October 2006)
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NGTV Episode 01 - Super Mario Galaxy Explored (August 2006)
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2005 06 29 Barry Wels Han Fey What The Hack
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Is Your Computer Ready For The Year 2000? A Guide for Preparing Home Computers Featuring Bill Nye, the Science Guy The Microsoft Guide for Preparing Your Home Personal Computer for the Year 2000 is designed to help you, the consumer, understand and test your home PC or small business PC for year 2000 readiness. There are three areas you need to be aware of and test. Hardware: The hardware part of the PC is essentially the foundation upon which everything else is based. Software; Software...
Topics: Y2K, Year 2000, Microsoft, PC, VHS
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NOTE: THIS TAPE IS APPARENTLY DAMAGED AND ONLY ONE HOUR IS UP. A RE-RIP OF THE TAPE IS BEING MADE AND WILL REPLACE THIS ONE IF FOUND TO BE BETTER. Black Army Jacket His Hero Is Gone Atom and His Package Brutal Truth Spazz Live at Stalag 13 Philadelphia, PA  on June 27, 1997 . A Cabbage Collection Event
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The Bootleg Archive (Mashups, Bootlegs and Bastard Pop)
1996
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1995 Microsoft / GT Interactive
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Transferred from VHS tape. Welcome to the Microsoft Windows 95 Video Guide. This unique program will help teach you how to use many of the most important features of the new Windows 95 operating system. Our guide is separated into three sections. In section one, you'll get more than a few laughs as we present the world's first Cyber-Sitcom, starring two of television's hottest comedy personalities, Jennifer Aniston, Matthew Perry. They'll be taking you on an adventure in computing that takes...
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1994 John Levine and Gina Smith
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Broadcast during a 1994 fundraising drive at KCET Los Angeles, "The Internet Show (Driver's Education for the Information Superhighway)"is a video introduction to the various aspects of The Internet. It frequently cuts back to the fundraising event (with by-the-phones operators behind the speakers).  Brought by FTP Software of Andover, Massachusetts and COMPAQ. Sequences in The Internet Show "Driver's Education for the Information Superhighway": - Introduction Roll - Host...
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Mar 22, 1993 William R. Cook, Warren H. Harris
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The Distinguished Lecture Series VI William R. Cook, Warren H. Harris, Apple Computer Designing a Modern Scripting Language Sponsored by Apple Computer, Inc. Lecture Summary This lecture focuses on the problem of creating a scripting system to be used for automating, integrating and customizing the computer services supplied by networked applications and operating systems. Existing solutions are typically monolithic: they do not support scripting services that can be used throughout the system....
Topics: Apple Computer, Modern Scripting, Lecture, ApplScript
Negativland Ephemera
Oct 21, 1992 Terry Harrison
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Negativland, Live at Lewis' in Norfolk, VA. (October 21, 1992). In the midst of their famous U2 controversy (and fallout with SST), Negativland went on tour to help recoup some of the losses and legal costs. They were kind enough to let me shoot their show.
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Apr 10, 1992 Craig Upson (Silicon Graphics, Inc.)
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The Distinguished Lecture Series IV Recorded April 10, 1992 Craig Upson, Silicon Graphics Inc. Visual Programming in Data Flow Environments Sponsored by Silicon Graphics, Inc. Lecture Summary: The use of visual programming has become more common over the past few years. Visual programming can fill the need for an easier alternative to traditional programming brought about by the increasing number of computer users and programmers. This lecture discusses visual or iconic programming in general...
Sketch Stacks
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NeXT Product Video featuring NeXTdimension. Released in 1991 by NeXT, Inc. 35 minute demonstration of NeXT applications and use of products written for NeXT. Demonstrated and explained by CEO Steven P. Jobs.  Tape donated by Scott Boone, digitized by Jason Scott. Original tape contributed to Computer History Museum, CA.
Topics: Jobs, NeXT, NeXTDimension, 1991, Unix, Products
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Oct 30, 1990 G.H. Conrades, IBM
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IBM COMMON Fall '90 Conference G.H. Conrades Keynote October 30, 1990 "Make no mistake, we intend to be the open systems vendor of choice in the industry - a leader in both industry standards compliance as well as in our investments in developing new standards. That's the only way to be the best at responding to your needs..."  -- George H. Conrades Dear COMMON Member, The Fall 1990 COMMON conference in Cincinatti marked the celebration of COMMON's thirtieth anniversary. Our thirty...
Computers & Technology
Oct 3, 1990 WGBH
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Title: The KGB, the Computer and Me Summary: In 1986, astronomer turned computer scientist Clifford Stoll had just started working on a computer system at the Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory when he noticed a 75-cent discrepancy between ... Directed by: Robin Bates Production Company: WGBH Release Date: TV Movie 3 October 1990 In 1986, astronomer turned computer scientist Clifford Stoll had just started working on a computer system at the Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory when he noticed a 75-cent...
Topic: Documentary
A DVD rip of a recording of a state-run Soviet/Russian New Year's Eve special, including music, acts and presentations. From the year 1990.
Topic: New Years Eve
A DVD rip of a recording of a state-run Soviet/Russian New Year's Eve special, including music, acts and presentations. From the year 1990.
Topic: New Years Eve
Instructional and Educational VHS Tapes
1990 Josh Wallace (Force of Habit Productions)
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The Electric-Film Format Acid Test (1990) Josh Wallace Force of Habit Video Productions, San Francisco First Light Video Publishers The Ultimate Format Comparison A collection of comparative video related to film, cameras, tape and comparisons among the various formats. Part 1: Video vs. Video Part 2: Film vs. Film Part 3: Film vs. Video Part 4: Exteriors Part 5: Film Transfer Part 6: Component vs. Composite Part 7: Chip vs. Tube Cameras Part 7: Generation Loss Formats include: 35mm 16mm Super...
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