New Yorker article on Frank Cifaldi and the Foundation

https://www.newyorker.com/tech/annals-of-technology/the-collectors-who-save-video-game-history-from-oblivion

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Out of a hundred and forty-nine comments, one or two urged Michelle not to sell the games and to preserve them for posterity instead. One of these comments referenced an organization called the Video Game History Foundation. It was downvoted enough times that it appeared at the very bottom of the thread, but Michelle decided to send the foundation an e-mail.

well done frank getting the phrase “whole-ass” quoted in the new yorker

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These days, Mark is semi-retired, doing a bit of screenwriting and working on a memoir that is tentatively titled “It’s Not All Fun and Games.”

@“RubySunrise”#p84004 it‘s certainly not all fun, but I’m pretty sure it is all games

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