Replacementdoc.com is a site that hosts the documentation for thousands of video games. An anonymous reader writes, "The goal of replacementdocs is to preserve and archive game documentation for years to come. They are a community of gamers who appreciate the importance of game documentation and know the frustration that comes when this documentation is not available.
"They have been around for several years now and currently offer Acrobat PDF downloads of over 2000 different game manauals for various platforms. I know they have secured explicit permission to host these manuals from some game publishers and are working on getting permission from others. Some game publishers, like Atari, actually link to replacementdocs from their technical support website."
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Marginalized Native American communities throughout the United States could have better access to high-speed internet if the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) decides to allow tribes to use the Educational Broadband Services (EBS) spectrum for services like telemedicine, transmitting medical records electronically, or an online high school.
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