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Disk Drives: Collections of Files from the Era of the Drive

With the introduction of offline storage (in the form of tape and punch cards, later floppy disks, hard drives and cards), computer users began to create and acquire all manner of data to use with their machines. Programs, textfiles, and later images, sound and moving image data would be collected in the course of computer ownership and maintenance. Over time, this collection would sometimes resemble a pile, or a library, or an archive. The unifying theme would only be that they were all on the ...



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Disk Drives: Collections of Files from the Era of the Drive
Feb 9, 2022 Various
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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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Collection of floppies from Central OH Guy.
A Random assortment of DOS-based games from a Belgian collector.
A variety of .ZIP files from BBSes, including history around 1980 up through the late 1990s.
A large collection of .EDD images created by Antoine Vignau from various Apple II sources. EDD (Essential Data Duplicator) is a disk image format to capture Apple II floppy disks at the raw level, supporting even non-standard copy-protected disks with odd configurations. It is associated with specialized hardware (EDD+ Card) and software (“I'm fEDD up”).
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Original Location of These Files:  http://www.rbbs.be/bam/ To Browse this Archive: Click Here This is a nearly complete archive of disks of one of Belgium's oldest and biggest cracking groups on C64. After the Belgian Amiga Club recovered the BAMIGA SECTOR ONE collection, we managed to obtain their C64 collection as well. Please note that this software is NOT tested, and still needs to be sorted.  RBBS is NOT responsible for viruses. We did not receive any virus warnings while archiving these...
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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...
A variant set of Amiga programs and documentation, with additional information files and listings. To browse this collection of files, click here .
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