Welcome to Our Digital Heritage, the web presence of a group of Australian researchers concerned with the heritage of the born digital. We take digital heritage to be a multi-disciplinary research area, which encompasses historical, technical, archival and legal concerns. We conduct research on a range of uses of computing, including games, media arts, the demoscene, and computer users themselves, both in Australia and beyond.

This site collects together our current projects, our archived projects, and some Australian webpages we host which are not in formal web archives.

It also has a feed from our blog, where you can read about our current and past activities, and a list of affiliated researchers.

We are based at Flinders University in Adelaide.

8″ Disk Recovery: The continuing story

The last chapters in the 8″ disk recovery project have been posted on Open Preservation Foundation’s website. 8″ Disk Recovery: Kryoflux and Catweasel Hovering just above the Magnetic Flux Counting Ones and Zeros 8 inch Disks HP9845 endeavour – Success at Last This...

The Investigator Transformed/Game On

The Investigator Transformed exhibition and book is a celebration of 50 years of Flinders University. One of the featured stories is about the Computer Archaeology Lab and the Play It Again project. Read and watch the video in the “Game On” article.

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