This isn't strictly SimH, but it is a related story about the importance
of preservation.

For those of you who may not have been following it, here's a story that
emphasizes why preserving computing history matters.

Additional resources: and

There's quite a bit more about it on the web - it actually made the news.

The gory details belong in other forums.  But the bottom line is that
"old" software and computing environments (among other things) may
enable an exciting science project to come back to life.  (And at
trivial cost.)


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