Sebastian Hageneuer is an archaeologist, researcher and PhD student. You can follow at:

➡️ @ArchaeoBasti

Hageneuer runs an archaeology site focusing on archaeoinfomatics at archaeoinformatics.net, a site about 3D digital archaeological reconstructions at artefacts-berlin.de and a personal blog at itsmoreofacomment.com

WWWTXT is a hand-curated selection of public internet posts from 1980-1994. You can follow at:

➡️ @wwwtxt

They are also on a website at wwwtxt.org

The posts are curated by @kyraocean

Regionales Retro-Rechenzentrum (3rz) is a vintage computing centre in Freiburg, Germany. They preserve hardware and software from the 1970s, 80s and 90s, and have it set up working so visitors can use it.

You can follow at:

➡️ @3rz (in German)

More info at 3rz.de

Alliterative is a video channel about the etymology of the English language, made by the historian Dr Mark Sundaram. You can follow at:

➡️ @alliterative

If the videos aren't yet visible from your server, you can see them all at tilvids.com/a/alliterative/vid

The series' website is at alliterative.net

(If you followed this account before March 2022, please read this: mstdn.social/@feditips/1079165)

YesterKitchen publishes retro food videos, showing how to make classic dishes from the past. You can follow at:

➡️ @yesterkitchen (food videos including meat dishes)

If the videos aren't visible from your server yet, you can see them all at tilvids.com/a/yesterkitchen/vi

(If you followed before March 2022, please read this - mstdn.social/@feditips/1079165)

Vex0r creates short videos about popular culture including TV, games, food, toys, tech etc, especially from the 1990s and 1980s. You can follow at:

➡️ @vex0r

If the videos aren't visible from your server yet, you can see them all at tilvids.com/a/vex0r/videos

(If you followed this before March 2022, please read this - mstdn.social/@feditips/1079165)

Kristina Gehrmann is a professional illustrator and graphic novel creator who makes beautifully crafted digital paintings in a traditional style, usually of historical subjects. You can follow at:

➡️ @kristinagehrmann

Gehrmann's website is at kristinagehrmann.com

Open Tech Vids posts creative commons and public domain videos about technology. You can follow at:

➡️ @opentechvids

If the videos aren't visible from your server yet, you can see them all at tilvids.com/a/opentechvids/vid

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The 1920s Channel is a video account that creates documentaries about different aspects of life and culture in the 1920s. You can follow at:

➡️ @1920schannel

If the videos aren't yet visible from your server, you can see them all at tilvids.com/a/1920schannel/vid

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Aviation Librarian posts images about the history of passenger air travel. You can follow at:

➡️ @Aviation_Librarian

As well as photos there are posters, postcards and the occasional video clip.

They also have an archive of old airline commercials at youtube.com/channel/UCXqNBLRoF

Never Obsolete posts photos and screenshots of old games, software and other items of computing history. You can follow at:

➡️ @256

They have a website at never-obsolete.tumblr.com

The Haunted Spouses is a podcast that discusses haunted houses in culture including films, books, games etc. You can follow at:

➡️ @HauntedSpouses

The podcast is available from their website at hauntedspousepod.com

DOS Game Club is a podcast and forum about old MS-DOS computer games from the 1980s and 1990s. You can follow at:

➡️ @dosgameclub

The hosts are also worth following as they post lots of retro computing stuff:

➡️ @rnlf

➡️ @Tijn

The website is at dosgameclub.com

Screencaps posts interesting stills from famous and/or acclaimed films and television series. You can follow at:

➡️ @screencaps

If the stills aren't visible from your instance yet, you can see them all at mastodon.social/@screencaps

V Brigham is a veteran programmer for the Commodore 64 home computer from 1982, who nowadays posts in-depth videos about developing software on the C64.

You can follow at:

➡️ @v_brigham

If the videos aren't visible from your instance yet, you can see them all at tilvids.com/a/v_brigham/videos

The Arts Hole is a humorous and well-researched video documentary series about famous painters and artists, discussing their life and works. You can follow at:

➡️ @theartshole

If the videos aren't visible on your instance yet, you can see them all at tilvids.com/a/theartshole/vide

(IMPORTANT: If you followed this account before March 2022, please read this post - mstdn.social/@feditips/1079165)

Samuel Pepys livetoots the secret diaries of the famous 17th Century Londoner in real time. You can follow at:

➡️ @samuelpepys

Pepys was a high-up official in the English navy, and also recorded details of his private life including numerous affairs. His diaries have become an important source on political, cultural and social history.

The maintainer's annotated version of the diaries is at pepysdiary.com

Beeld en Geluid is the Netherlands Sound & Vision museum. They have a massive archive of thousands of videos available on the Fediverse at:

➡️ @nisv (in Dutch)

If the videos aren't visible on your instance yet, you can see them all at peertube.beeldengeluid.nl/a/ni

The museum's website is at beeldengeluid.nl/en (in English and Dutch)

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