The precarious state of classic software and hardware preservation

Lars Brinkhoff lars at
Sat Nov 20 01:03:06 CST 2021

Michael Kerpan wrote:
> (See the sad fate of the Living Computer Museum, which was killed by
> its new owners as soon as COVID gave them an excuse to do so)

It's not killed.  It's still there, but not open to the public.  They
continue to offer remote access to vintage systems.  Some are now
running on emuators.

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