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Previously Unknown Warhol Works Discovered on Floppy Disks from 1985

[ STUDIO for Creative Inquiry ] Previously Unknown Warhol Works Discovered on Floppy Disks from 1985
Previously Unknown Warhol Works Discovered on Floppy Disks from 1985
Collaborative Team Rescues Early Digital Art through “Forensic Retrocomputing”
A media archaeology project by (alphabetically): @cl0x, @cmoa, @cory_arcangel, @creativeinquiry, & @TheWarholMuseum

PITTSBURGH—A multi-institutional team of new-media artists, computer experts, and museum professionals have discovered a dozen previously unknown experiments by Andy Warhol (BFA, 1949) on aging floppy disks from 1985. [...]
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lobstregated at BitFellas.org on 2014-04-24

Slengpung: Revision and TRSAC

[ Slengpung ] Revision and TRSAC
More awesome pictures from last weekend's edition of Revision by Deltafire have been added. IndustrialPope also provided us with a nice set from TRSAC 2013, thanks!
[ Slengpung ] It's time to revise!
The first batches of pictures from Revision 2014 have been added! Go check out the great pictures by Argasek, Terrasque, skypers and yours truly.
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lobstregated at BitFellas.org on 2014-04-24

BitFellas ArtCity - The 6th day of Revision

On the first four days, you party hard. The fifth day you rest and on the 6th day, you go back and enjoy what has happened. And to make that possible, we like to present you all the releases from the graphics competitions from Revision 2014. Enjoy nearly 50 new pieces of pixelwork that will invoke the spirit of Revision once again.
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lobstregated at BitFellas.org on 2014-04-23

the story of urs & cope

[ The tunnel - demoscene blog ] the story of urs & cope
[The timeless way of building a 64k...]
A strange story and a masterpiece intro

"Do you know how many of these you can fit on a 1.44Mb diskette?"

Yeah, you probably do. The answer, by the way, is 1.474.560/61.952=23,8. Or maybe 42. Or maybe you have to take into account the space allocated for the boot sector, the FAT and the root directory. So that would really be 1.457.664/61.952=23,52. But I'm just digressing. The truth is that we want to talk about this 61.952 bytes intro (sometimes known also as "64k") that threw millions of coders into panic since the first frame appeared on the megascreen.

Yeah, because Mercury has *hexagonal* *lens* *flares*!

Yeah, because Mercury has *dust* *on* *the* *camera*!

(Did I say they have hexagonal lens flares?)
[...]

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lobstregated at BitFellas.org on 2014-04-23

Dreamhack Winter 2014, November, 27th - 29th, SE

[ Demoparty.net ] Dreamhack Winter 2014, November, 27th - 29th, SE

date: November, 27th - 29th
country: SE

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lobstregated at BitFellas.org on 2014-04-23
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