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The Festival Floppies

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The Festival Floppies are a collection of programs from a pile of floppies bought by Josh Miller at the Timonium Hamboree and Computer Festival in 2009. They consist of a large variety of 3.5" floppy disks, including a set of shareware with laser-printed directories on the labels.



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From the Festival Floppies collection. Cuckoo for Windows is an electronic version of the traditional cuckoo clock. It is very easy and fun to use. When you run the program for the first time, a small window appears at the upper-left corner of your Windows' desktop. The clock shows the current time and at full hours the cuckoo appears at the small door and sings as many times as the number of hours. At half hours the cuckoo also sings once. As in a real cuckoo clock, this feature allows you to...
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