Ban Time Travel “Now” (web button, unknown author, published on Geocities ca late 1990s or early 2000s) anlucas.neocities.org/88x31But

Anyone know if this Alan Kay CD-ROM was published in English? The package credits Openbook and Voyager Japan, I’m unclear if it’s a translation of something.

Neko ROM (CD-ROM art collection of Makoto Muramatsu’s cat art, Big Comic, 1997)

Play With Squeak (from the book of the same title by Thoru Yamamoto, 2003)

I love this drawing of a computer by A. Katsube in this 1994 newsletter! (Flanker no. 9, 1994) prop.or.jp/flanker-new/09/pdf/

How-Two Build a Robot! (Christopher G. Gunn, DOS, 1989)

Loving the incredibly charming over-the-topness of this 3D book viewer which recreates a book in 3D inside a 3D Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library with its own book pedestal, magifying glass, etc. sites.utm.utoronto.ca/gillespi

Very grateful I was able to pick up the latest book by two of my favourite creators - author Yoko Tawada and artist Ikuko Mizokami. This book is gorgeous!

Just came across a CD-ROM with a virtual BBS on it. You connect with a little faux client and everything is presented as though you’d really dialled in. Anyone ever see something like that before? It’s pretty cute!

Remember those Australian Mac archive CDs from the other day? They’re now available for anyone to download on the Internet Archive! Six CDs total of Australian Mac data for you to discover.

archive.org/details/ian_and_st
archive.org/details/ian_and_st
archive.org/details/another_ia

Show more
digipres.club

digipres.club is a space for folks interested in productive conversations about, well, digital preservation! If you enjoy talking about how to do memory work with computers, or even with cardboard boxes of old photos, you belong with us on digipres.club. Many of us are/were Twitter users looking for an inclusive and community supported approach to social media. If any of these things sound good to you, consider joining us now.