A Mellon and Sloan funded distributed emulation network that allows for in-browser access to emulated systems.
A longitudinal analysis of 14TB of interactive project backup data gathered from a 20-year period at Carnegie Mellon's Entertainment Technology Center.
Using various methods to visualize the contents of a large collection of interactive project backups
An ongoing study of the effects of Adobe Flash discontiuation and community preservation efforts.
The GISST program allowed for the executable citation of computing run-times.
Interlisp/Medley was the first mouse driven GUI interface. SHFT associates are helping Interlisp.org with documentation and testing of an emulator for Interlisp.
GAMECIP was a multi-year IMLS-funded investigation of metadata needs and citation practices surrounding computer games in instititutional collections.