::fibreculture:: PlayItAgain Project - Videogame / Software / Retro Computing Archive

adam muir a.muir at griffith.edu.au
Fri Dec 20 08:02:17 CET 2013


Dear Fibreculturalists,

Just a quick update on a project which might interest you at this time of the
year:

The Play It Again ~Popular Memory Archive~ is looking for contributions from
people who have any materials relating to the history of videogames / software
/ "retro computing" from the 1980s  - specifically from an Australian
or New Zealand perspective!

Please check it out and contribute if you can:      http://playitagainproject.org

All comments, stories, memories, documents or artefacts, etc are welcome!

See also the Australasian Heritage Software Database (also looking for
contributions):
http://www.ourdigitalheritage.org/

And the related conference in 2014:
The Born Digital and Cultural Heritage Conference, 19-20 June 2014, Melbourne,
Australia.
http://playitagainproject.org/conference/

There's a range of social media resources you can follow (Fb, twitter,
blog/RSS, video, et al).
Please spread the word to your geeky/nerdy friends about this great history
project!

Thanks for your time!


-- adam muir

http://griffith.academia.edu/AdamMuir
https://twitter.com/amuir_netecol





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