Archiology finds new homeBy Chris Williams. Published: 17th Jan 2004, 12:49:01 | Permalink | Printable
Update those bookmarksSee as we're all doing the Acorn time warp right now, thanks partly to the rise in emulator activity stirring romantic, nostalgic memories, it's a good time to note the relocation of Mike Gilbert's Archiology site.
Mike's site hosts a collection of official disc images mostly from the mid-Acorn era of 1987 to 1992 - the golden, buggy, pre-StrongARM years of Arthur, RISC OS 2 and 3. There's also a set of discs that were passed to ISVs, aka 'independent software developers'.
"Most of this stuff should also run under emulation on a Windows PC", Mike notes on the site. "Various dealers have jumped onto the bandwagon, and are bundling VRPC with PC clones. My personal feeling is that this is not a good idea."
Also, Mike's Access tools
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