The precarious state of classic software and hardware preservation

Zane Healy healyzh at
Sat Nov 20 13:42:23 CST 2021

On Nov 19, 2021, at 11:03 PM, Lars Brinkhoff via cctalk <cctalk at> wrote:
> 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.

As best I can tell, some systems are online if you have an account.  I’ve tried to get one a couple times in the last 6–8 months, to no avail.


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