Have you ever wanted to play a classic ’90s video game inside a tweet? Neither have I. But now, thanks to the Internet Archive, you can embed over 2400 free MS-DOS games directly into tweets. Is it useful? I’m not sure. Is it awesome. Yup!
Microsoft has dusted off the source code for MS-DOS and Word for Windows — some of the most popular and widely used software of the 80s — making it freely available to download from the the Computer History Museum.
If you are nostalgic for your command-prompting days of yore, take a look at retro-synth all-star Com Truise’s video collaboration with designer Myk Dawg.