An old CD-ROM review directory serves as a reminder of the cultural significance of multimedia – and why that period is worth reevaluating.
Norio Ohga designed the compact disc in 1982 and established the boundaries of optical media.
Some quick notes about revising a handful of older articles to make them much, much better.
Hey, I’m on Tumblr now! Say hi as you ride past!
A brief reflection on the Smithsonian’s new exhibit on video games and how their take on the early days of gaming matters to this blog.
More events keep happening! On May 30th, I’ll be holding a panel on obscure games at Awesome Con in Washington, DC.
An exciting announcement about The Obscuritory’s participation in an upcoming gaming convention in the DMV area.
An announcement about The Obscuritory at MAGFest 2017, including panels and an interactive museum exhibit.
After four years as a subdomain, The Obscuritory finally gets its own .com.
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!