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  • Internet Archive: Digital Library of Free Books, Movies, Music & Wayback Machine. Internet Archive is a non-profit digital library offering free universal access to books, movies & music, as well as 279 billion archived web pages.
    The Internet Archive, a 501(c)(3) non-profit, is building a digital library of Internet sites and other cultural artifacts in digital form. Like a paper library, we provide free access to researchers, historians, scholars, and the general public.
  • Hornet mirror, Acid Artpack mirror, Padua mirror.
  • If it is coded and scene related, then chances are it will be here. It covers all types of demo art on any PC or console format, and has a large active user base.
  • Retro Remakes - Home. Retro-Remakes.Net is your number one source for flawless conversions of cracktros from days gone by. All lovingly recreated to run on the Windows 32 operating system, all free, gratis and for nothing.
    You can find a huge collection of Win32 (Windows) flawless remakes of old-school Amiga cracktros and intros.
  • ASCII Art and ANSI Art - Text Art by Roy/SAC - Superior Art Creations. Famous ASCII art and ANSI art by Roy/SAC (retired) - Superior Art Creations. Home of the (in)famous Text Artist. All SAC Artpacks available for download. The three Styles of the Underground ASCII Art Scene Article and more.
    Roy's personal scene site which contains all the SAC packs, all of Roy's work as well as some excellent guides to scene art.
  • Scenenotice.org; Archive.
    A large collection of scene notices, internal and public announcements.
  • Scene.org is a non-profit organization aimed at providing the 'electronic art scene' with a forum for communication and for sharing their work. We provide ftp and web space for groups and individuals who apply for them and whose applications are accepted. If the application is not approved on the first try, we encourage people to try applying again in the future. Meet other sceners on our IRC network (irc.scene.org) or on the news server. The site is maintained by a voluntary team of around 15 members contributing from around the world.
  • A massive collection of historical art, demo, music and warez scene paraphernalia contained within a well structured FTP site. Use anonymous login to gain access. Included within. /artscene /icebox.com /kosmic.org /textfiles.com /warezscene.
  • Site not found · DreamHost. The owner of this domain has not yet uploaded their website.
    Contains a massive collection of ascii and ansi packs from 1990 onwards. All the content of the packs can be viewed online after free registration.
  • What this site offers is a glimpse into the history of writers and artists bound by the 128 characters that the American Standard Code for Information Interchange (ASCII) allowed them. The focus is on mid-1980's textfiles and the world as it was then, but even these files are sometime retooled 1960s and 1970s works, and offshoots of this culture exist to this day.
  • PC.TEXTMOD.ES. PC artscene preservation archive.
    The text mode art preservation network.
  • ACiD Productions was originally founded in 1990 as ANSI Creators in Demand by five members: RaD Man, Shadow Demon, Grimm, The Beholder, and Phantom. Their work originally concentrated in ANSI and ASCII art, but the group later branched out into other artistic media such as music tracking, demo coding, and multimedia software development (e.g. image viewers). In the mid-1990s, ACiD created subsidiary groups responsible for these broader areas. For example, Remorse is the official ACiD sub-label responsible for ASCII art and other text-based graphics. Similarly, pHluid is responsible for module tracking and music production. Today, ACiD focuses largely on the preservation of digital art history, talk radio news, and sale of their DVD-based artscene archives.
  • Courier weekly report card aka CWS was a long running courier chart magazine from the late 1990s. This website was created in the early days of the magazine's life.
  • Our web site was hacked once during it's earlier days. We never found out who did it or why. Other then it seemed to be some disgruntled kid who couldn't get access to the scene.
  • This is an early version of our web site when we also operated a scene news service, a small scene archives and an art group.
  • Now Defacto2 has split up into three groups. The front page is pretty ugly and is nothing more then a web host for the groups and various other pages.
  • Again a very bland front page that hosts various web sites dedicated to various different projects.
  • YES, its true we are shutting down all activities ...
    Discontinued. An demo off-shoot of the cracking group with the same name.
  • DrinkOrDie entertaiments. Pure Warez.
  • This was a web page created for Fairlight by our former Design Division. Unfortunately at the last moment the project was canned by the Fairlight leadership and it was never put into use.
  • Welcome to the FairLight64 home grounds! This is a home page supporting Commodore 64 and especially in combination with the reknown scene group FairLight.
  • Fusion was a French PC game group from the late 1990s. Their website was never completed.
  • Hybrid were one of the earlier groups to create a website, though it was often bare of any information. This copy unfortunately lacks graphics.
  • iCE is not a pure forum for posting artwork, like other sites. iCE is an art group that has dedicated members (i.e. are not members of any other digital art group) who choose to release their art with us. Every month we gather the art that our members have drawn and package it up and put it on the web site. Making an account on ice.org does not make you an "iCE Member", although it does allow you have to an identity here. To go on to become an iCE Member you need to go through a formal application process and be accepted. It is very hard to get into iCE - we only accept the best out there.
  • Just The Facts was a chart magazine from Class. Coded by their famous Windows coder ATM, the magazine used this webpage as a primary means of distribution.
  • Level 4 was a lesser known utility group founded by Madboy that was around during the 1997-1998 period.
  • Motiv8 was a training ground for many an early courier.
  • Razor 1911 were one of the first groups on the scene to launch a web site. Though this version is one of their later web publications.
  • Razor 1911, the legendary group that has been around since 1985.
  • Rebels had a few web sites online during their time thanks to the numerous areas and computer formats the brand worked on. This edition was easily the most popular though.
  • The main Relativity magazine web site. No awards for art design here!
  • A very early web site for the Relativity electronic magazine.