1. Petula Clark - Cut Copy Me - Compuphonic Remix (Instamatic Video)


    from Tim B Added 2,046 19 2

    I love the new haunting Petula Clark single, and love this remix of it by Compuphonic too. But unlike the original song it didn't have a video and I wanted to play it at Kleptonite (the theme of my sets were 'Computer Love' - topically combining Kraftwerk and Valentines Day) so I made (well remixed) a video for it. I also was disappointed there wasn't more Petula in the original video, so worked out a way of doing both. This video is a real technical step forward for me, mostly done live and then edited together, using ASCII art and datamoshing effects eventually I want to be able to do something like this live - I'm getting closer! Oh yes and it's a Valentines Day release, this is for John, my partner, who was at Kleptonite last night and saw this - not sure he saw the dedication though. Yes I'm a soppy old sort, sometimes. The excellent original video that this (ab)uses parts of: http://vimeo.com/58028020

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    • coTheMO


      from Sebastian Kaliszewski Added 59 0 0

      coTheMO by HiGH QUALiTY 1996 PC demo, running at full speed on Pentium 100 with PCI video card.

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      • PC Turns 30


        from Petros Kolyvas Added 210 1 0

        The IBM PC (Model 5150) was released on August 12, 1981. It is turning 30. This is a little homage to the computer I grew up with. It was our household computer from 1981 until 1993. It is, as you can see, still working today. For the real geeks out there, this machine has been heavily upgraded over the course of its lifetime. Gone are the two full-height floppy drives, replaced with half-height units and a half-height 20MB hard disk. It has 512KB of RAM installed in a full length ISA slot. This machine ran applications like dBase III and Wordstar 2000. Games played on it included Sierra's Space Quest and Accolade's Test Drive, along with any number of text-mode games from BBSs run by dudes at the local high school. This IBM PC never knew the Internet, but I think they'd get along just fine.

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        • John Yates Interviews Bill Hiller


          from Terri Thornton Added 261 0 0

          Technology attorney John C. Yates recently interviewed Bill Hiller, one of Atlanta's long time technology executives and entrepreneurs who helped build the local technology community. Hiller was a senior executive at Alpharetta-based Digital Communications Associates (DCA), a tech leader and NYSE company in the 1980s. At its height, DCA was the world's leader in communications products with its flagship product, the IRMA Board, a 3270 emulation circuit board. In simple terms, the IRMA Board allowed an IBM PC to connect to an IBM mainframe. It wasn't rocket science, but it was big business when you consider that every PC needed an IRMA board to talk to the mainframe. Hear Hiller talk about his recollections of Atlanta's leadership role in the communications industry.

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          • MONOTONE Demonstration at Block Party 2008


            from Jim Leonard Added 853 0 1

            A short video of me demonstrating MONOTONE during the Wild compo at Block Party 2008. Hopefully the second tune is easily recognizable ;-)

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