I'm an #AppleII hacker best known for cracking thousands of disks: https://archive.org/details/apple_ii_library_4am?sort=-date
Passport cracks a lot of disks automatically: https://github.com/a2-4am/passport
I also preserve still-protected disks: https://archive.org/details/wozaday?&sort=-date
Anti-M boots a lot of protected disks: https://github.com/a2-4am/anti-m
Pitch Dark, an Infocom text adventure pack: https://github.com/a2-4am/pitch-dark
Total Replay, an arcade pack: https://github.com/a2-4am/4cade
Million Perfect Letters, a shifty word game:
extremely boring post but I have to shout out macrium reflect for being the only polished and free windows software I have used in like 20 years that can reliably image Linux partitions and even clone the current running system without having to unmount it. feels the choice was always between some trialware that didn't work or having to boot gparted from a USB, and I am very grateful for this working software, since you still can't really use dd under WSL
junior fellows getting to have all the fun https://blogs.loc.gov/thesignal/2021/07/all-hyped-up-for-hypercard-further-adventures-with-an-apple-legacy-format/
Trumpet, Trumpet, Toot! Toot!
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