Being a fan of Freeman's Mind, I watch another video series created by Ross Scott: Ross's Game Dungeon. Today he released an episode on a rare freeware breakout clone named Bip Bop II, and discussed the background behind the game and it's creator, while interspersing clips of gameplay. Interestingly enough however, there wasn't any trace of Bip Bop I and III on abandonware websites, and there wasn't proof that the games even existed. Ross tracked down the creator and got the original floppy discs, and uploaded them with the help of his father, Mark Scott.
I think that it's worthy of an article, just to paraphrase Ross's research. He deserves the credit for finding the game. What do you think?