"Lee K. Seitz" wrote:
> Hugh Falk boldly stated:
> >
> >So there are two types of people here:  Collectors (represented by Pedro)
> >and Data Preservationists (represented by Jim).  Both are noble causes that
> >can keep you busy for a long time.
> >I don't know
> >about DOS games, but just about every Apple game is already available on the
> >Internet.  So the need for data preservation will soon disappear.
> Question:  Are most of the Apple games available on the 'net the
> originals, or the cracked versions?  In my limited experience, they're

They are most certainly the cracked ones.  All pirates are unwilling
data historians ;-)  In fact, I don't think I've ever come across
something on Asimov that wasn't cracked.

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