HardOCP shared a Hopes&Fears article showing "The life and death of the creative computer virus -- The early 90's were a renaissance for a certain type of computer virus. Today, we think of a virus as an insidious thing that hides and wreaks various forms of havoc like destroying a nuclear facility; never peaking its head up intentionally. But there was a time when viruses were more playful and made their presence known with creative and occasionally funny graphics or animations via 'payloads.' We recreated the payloads of old school viruses..."
Pouet has a short and hilarious 6.5 minutes video documentary on the demo(nstration) scene on how it is "the new danger of humanity." Be sure to
Oops, your BUSY and forgetful ant forgot to post this over the weekend about Indie Retro News' links even more than 2,000 retro video games to play online in the (new/lat)est web browsers.
GameTrailers (GT)'s web site has a collection of videos on various video and computer games. There are histories, facts, etc.
Gaming History Source's YouTube video channel has a ton of "Let's Compare" on old video games on various (system/port/platform)s. It already has video playlists for each year
MicSauce's Reddit comment mentioned an old Wired article showing "Interstellar 8-Track: How Voyager's Vintage Tech Keeps Running ... Launched in 1977, the probe is vintage space hardware. At more than 36 years old, or roughly a millennium in computer years, it's an impressive feat to have the spacecraft drifting through the material between stars. Looking at the machine's specs is a reminder of how far electronics have come in the intervening years..."