Byterapers, Global Corporation, Gods, Paradox, PHF, Placebo, Surprise! Productions, Unreal central
Ambience, Assembly, Bünzli, Comparade, DreamHack, Error In Line #2, Euskal, Evoke, Forever, Forever 2e3: The report
Diskmags, Groups, Sceners, Demo/Music Scene Related CD's, Demoo, Demoscene.ru, Heaven Seven, Hornet PC Demo Archive, PC Demo Fan Club, PC Demos Explained, SceneSpot, The Oldskool PC, THS
Portal for the underground scene, covering all areas from gaming through emulation to arts. Included is an extensive search engine, a scene portal, international news, a translator and hosted pages.
Defence-Force: Demos page
Description of what demos are, some common effects, who makes demos. Available in English and French.
Demo Hidden Parts
A list of demo hidden parts, keys, and tricks.
Demoscene Outreach Group
Builds awareness by presenting at the SIGGRAPH and Game Developers Conferences, as well as other events.
Official site of dEUS, the Greek demogroup, includes a member list, history, and productions.
Introduction to Demos & The Demo Scene
Demos are cool. They exist to move you, just as any other art form moves you. But demos are built by programmers, artists, and composers who live and breathe technology. [Gamasutra]
The demoscene information center, featuring news, information on people and parties, and a search engine.
Multi-platform database of news, groups and productions. Register here and get your own avatar and the chance to appear in a chart table which rewards uploading and commenting others' work. Nice, cute design.
A site dedicated to the demoscene. At the moment it's oriented in demoscene productions, but promises to provide news, articles, interviews with demoscene people and up-to-date information about upcoming demoparties.
A guide to groups, parties and releases on the C64/Amiga demoscene.
News and articles, mainly about the non-mainstream scene, from the Amiga to the Amstrad CPC. Also provides a large listing of scener's e-mails and homepages.
The Hacker Demo Scene and its Cultural Artifacts
A paper that reports on a study undertaken into vernacular forms of multimedia production referred to as "demos" or "intros" and variants of these terms among adherents of a computer oriented subculture identifying itself as "the scene".