From Democracy Now's daily news program, to three days of TV news coverage following the 911 attacks, to Mosaic’s timely clips of Middle East newscasts, to UCSF's Tobacco Industry Videos: These collections offer an alternative way to view and interpret current news and public affairs.
The Internet Archive is working with multiple external parties, including the IGDA's Preservation SIG and Stanford University's How They Got Game Project to preserve all kinds of rare and difficult to source video files relating to videogames.
The videos come from Speed Demos Archive , TASvideos , and other...
This collection contains user-submitted videos that are primarily from Middle Eastern sources.
Over the next twenty years, it grew into a collection of over 60,000 "ephemeral" (advertising, educational, industrial, and amateur) films.
In 2002, the film collection was acquired by the Library of Congress, Motion Picture, Broadcasting and Recorded Sound Division .
All clips in this collection must have one of the following Creative Commons Licenses : Public Domain Attribution (by) Attribution Share Alike (by-sa) Attribution Non-commercial (by-nc) Attribution Non-commercial Share Alike (by-nc-sa) Sampling Sampling Plus Non-commercial Sampling Plus We recommend submitting clips in the highest quality format you have available. Whether you want to watch classic cartoons from a bygone era, Brick Films made with your favorite building toys, Machinima patched together from video games, or the artful computer animations selected for the 2001 SIGGRAPH competition, this library of free animated films and movies has something to keep you entertained!
These clips are designed to be used in other videos.Users may view short clips, share links to customized short quotes, embed customized short quotes, or borrow a copy of the full program.Speed running (trying to complete a videogame in the fastest time possible) is almost as old as gaming itself.You may learn how to be happy, geocache, run, or play boardgames by keeping up with these vloggers’ videos.In addition you may be amused by Betty Butterfield, entertained by The In Crowd, or keep up with happenings in Boston with Drive Time.
At least, it's almost as old as games that have a definite end point or staging points, since speedrunning a game with infinitely repeating levels is Sisyphean.