Digital Entertainment MUseum (Demu) has been my primary project for several years. I've been involved in digital preservation of classic computer games since 1998. As the years passed I saw commercial works were being preserved, however, freeware, shareware, and demo files were ignored. This collection is my attempt to make sure these files are saved and are easily accessible into the future.
While my major focus has been DOS and early Windows games -- I preserve every file I come across (a digital hoarder I suppose) -- including images, videos and audio. All of my work is contributed to the public domain. You are encouraged to take any of my original work and use it for your own website or project.
As of February 2012 all of our files are preserved at The Internet Archive in the "Classic PC Games" collection.
I'm always looking for additional resources to include in the Demu collection. Any contributions are welcome and will be included in our archive. Donations of physical items will be forwarded without any financial incentive to a museum or other professional preservation group after I have them digitally preserved. While Demu has been a mostly one person project for the last few years it doesn't need to stay that way. I would be more than happy to consider offers for co-maintainers to the project if your interested in retro gaming.
I can be reached via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.