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"Some of it will be a challenge to get at," Saucier said, "but I know the collector [Evans] has read some of the discs." Just as critical to the understanding of these games' development are the numerous binders charting their development, Saucier said.The one for Asteroids, for example, begins with Logg's handwritten notes on the control setup ( "It may be like, if we were able to get Gutenberg's business records, and tell completely how he was able to create the printing press," Dyson explained.

Also installed will be found and assembled religious furniture (a prayer bench, a high-backed minister’s chair) and, at scheduled times, individuals playing the role of DJ (a minister of music) and of interviewer/ discussant."They put it on a test program and it didn't do well," Dyson said. You can see how it took tons of games to get to an Asteroids, and how one of the most successful designers of the 20th century, even he had his failures." The code is stored on 8-inch floppy disks — when floppy really meant floppy.Saucier and Dyson said they are confident that they will have "a high rate of success" recovering that code to more stable media.And last year, it exhibited "Atari By Design," which showcased concept documents of several Atari games next to playable versions.Some 50 Atari cabinets already are in The Strong's collection of arcade pinball and video games.At the urging of these individuals, the audience will listen to music, recall music memories and contribute to the ongoing evolution/socialization of the Dr.

TORONTO — Sears Canada has been given approval to begin liquidation sales Friday at the 59 locations it plans to close.

Ontario Superior Judge Barbara Conway approved the motion Tuesday.

Earlier in the day, Sears lawyer Jeremy Dacks said the company wanted to start sales of its merchandise, furniture, fixtures and equipment as soon as possible so it can “maximize” benefits for its stakeholders.

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"Coin-op is what launched the video game industry, and it still has reverberations to this day." Other materials acquired include 2,800 videos on a number of formats of the day — Betamax and VHS, for example — showing things from focus group reactions, to game demonstrations, Atari's participation in industry expos, and even office parties.