DE: Maybe I can tell a little anecdote about a class I once taught. I was invited to teach a class at NYU about emulation, and how to work with preservation, very introductory for art students. I said, “Today, we will run Windows 98.” If you think I’m totally hooked on Windows 98, it’s kind of true. They were super excited, most of them were computer literate, more or less, for what they need to do, but not for emulation, and I had to give them serial numbers to track Windows 98 and so on, and so forth. They really wanted to do it, they wanted to solve their problems, some of them didn’t know, if they download a file, where it ends up on their computer, but in the end they all had the emulator running and then they wanted to know "where is Microsoft Paint?" Then I showed them here, then the start menu, then you go here, in there, in there, it’s like you’re playing this game with the hot wire and then you click on Microsoft Paint. Then, they started to draw in Microsoft Paint, and make pictures of the screen, and posted them on Instagram.