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Saving Japan's Games

(Source: kotaku.com)

A Tokyo non-profit organization is dedicated to preserving Japan’s earliest video games before they die.

On a Sunday morning in September, Typhoon Talim was flooding the western part of Japan with a torrential downpour, but at Todoroki Station in Tokyo on the other end of the country, its effects were limited to a light rain. 5,982 more words

Technology

Saving Japan's Games

(Source: kotaku.com)

A Tokyo non-profit organization is dedicated to preserving Japan’s earliest video games before they die.

On a Sunday morning in September, Typhoon Talim was flooding the western part of Japan with a torrential downpour, but at Todoroki Station in Tokyo on the other end of the country, its effects were limited to a light rain. 5,925 more words

Technology

Another cool Homebrew hardware project: Amiga floppy read and write via Arduino

So, back in the day, if you wanted to read or write Amiga floppy disks, you needed a dedicated Amiga floppy drive.  The first workaround was to get a catweasel card from Individual Computers, which would allow a PC standard floppy drive to read and write Amiga floppies. 141 more words

General

Vintage 1970s Coca-cola Beach Shorts & Floppy Hat-never Worn-rare

Vintage 1970s Coca-cola Beach Shorts & Floppy Hat-never Worn-rare
Vintage 1970s Coca-Cola Shorts And Floppy Hat Lot. Never Worn, Just Stored. Hat Is Size Large And The Waist On The Shorts Measures 33" Even Though The Tag Reads Size 34. 47 more words

Collectibles

A Floppy Drive For Apple's Pippin

The Pippin was Apple’s first and last foray into gaming consoles. At its heart, the Pippin was a strange ‘multimedia device’ with a CD-ROM, the potential for Internet access, a few neat controllers, and the guts of a very bare-bones PowerPC Macintosh. 237 more words

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