The Macintosh Software Library provides more than 40 glorious programs from the 1980s and 90s, from Microsoft Multiplan to . But while most folks will relish running vintage games on their laptop, the library serves another purpose: Preserving the feel of early technology for generations that never experienced it the first time around. Software is culturally valuable, says archivist Jason Scott. Its important to be able to access it, as you could with a book or a movie. Scott also oversaw the...

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