We already had one paper from the Re:live conference of 2009 in the bibliograpy, but there is another demo-related article that was missing: Executable Cinema: Demos, Screensavers and Videogames as Audiovisual Formats (Menotti 2009).
I had this on some list of mine, but had forgot to add it here: On the Development of an Interface Framework in Chipmusic: Theoretical Context, Case Studies and Creative Outcomes (2011) by Sebastian Tomczak.
Fujiology is a massive demo collection for the Atari ST, Jaguar and Falcon computers. Available for download here: http://fujiology.untergrund.net/
See here for an article with Lee Hutchinson’s personal recollections of the little documented American BBS scene: http://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2014/01/modems-warez-and-ansi-art-remembering-bbs-life-at-2400bps/
An interesting collection of letters written by swappers: http://www.sceneletters.com/
Eh, somehow I had forgotten to add Kevin Savetz’s biography Terrible Nerd to the bibliograpgy. Well, now I did
Commodork: Sordid Tales from a BBS Junkie by Rob O’Hara is available on Scribd right here.
Patryk Wasiak’s article Computer Dealer Demos: Selling Home Computers with Bouncing Balls and Animated Logos was just published in IEEE Annals of the History of Computing. Good stuff!
One more paper from hard-working Canan Hastik: Preventing Digital Subcultures from becoming Victims of the Technological Change, published at CERC’13. Added a researcher entry for her, too.
Stijn Peeters’ article The Beauty of the Byte has been published in NEWMEDIA_studies magazine issue 7. Updated the bibliography accordingly.