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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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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”).