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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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So, I guess hoarding every single textfile on winmx was my deal or something at the time. There was this thing where to allow propogation of new server files, all files (I believe) < 32K were allowed to skip the queue, so textfiles could be easily hoarded. There's probably a bunch of sketchy junk in here. I had a "download all the things" attitude at the time, so none of this should reflect me, but should hopefully be a pretty accurate representation of textfiles on WINMX in 2003....
Topics: textfiles, filesharing, winmx
Disk Drives: Collections of Files from the Era of the Drive
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The last data available from the Home of the Underdogs (formerly at www.the-underdogs.info), one of the largest abandonware websites on the Internet. No games are available in this data, only metadata from the site and various picture files. Files include: Master database (Excel, 14MB): Underdogs.xls Box shots (some) (11MB): hotu-covers.rar Game manuals / other documents (some) (118 MB): hotu-docs.rar Gamebooks (some) (84 MB): hotu-gamebooks.rar Blog Post about the files Google Groups page...
Topics: Videogame, Home of the Underdogs, HotU, Metadata, Abandonware
Disk Drives: Collections of Files from the Era of the Drive
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TICHAUD.FREE.FR Grab (April 2003)