A recommendation for an article by Heather Alexandra about the broad challenges of game preservation.
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Some thoughts about the new frontiers opened by the risky but extremely promising emulation work recently implemented by the Internet Archive.
Time for a Kickstarter PSA: Please consider chipping in a few dollars to help an arts group preserve really great CD-ROM games made for young girls!
A recap of Jason Scott’s discussion about the legality of open game archiving at the National Digital Stewardship Residency 2016 Symposium.
Rhizome’s event celebrating the re-release of Theresa Duncan’s CD-ROM games is a pivotal moment in CD-ROM history – both critically and technically. Luckily, I took notes! Read about the importance of Chop Suey, Smarty, and Zero Zero in feminist gaming history, as well as Rhizome’s groundbreaking work on server-side emulation.
If you’re in New York City, come to an event hosted by Rhizome and New Museum to commemorate the re-release of the Theresa Duncan CD-ROM games. I’ll be there!