• 343C - BBSs and Early Internet Access in the 1990's

    From NuSkooler@46:1/173 to All on Sun Dec 31 15:18:22 2017
    If you haven't yet, check out the talk from 343C entitled "BBSs and Early Internet Access in the 1990's". The speaker goes into great detail -- it's one of the best I've seen esp from a technical standpoint.

    Very cool.

    Snag it on Xibalba BBS in MKV format, or you can find it on YouTube and the like to stream.



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  • From Digital Avatar@46:1/145 to NuSkooler on Tue Jan 2 01:39:13 2018
    on 12/31/17, NuSkooler said...

    If you haven't yet, check out the talk from 343C entitled "BBSs and Early Internet Access in the 1990's". The speaker goes into great detail --
    it's one of the best I've seen esp from a technical standpoint.

    For those who don't feel like googling: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RvhLK8Mbw_g

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  • From Mickey@46:1/186 to Digital Avatar on Tue Jan 2 08:21:38 2018
    On 01/02/18, Digital Avatar considered the following...

    For those who don't feel like googling: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RvhLK8Mbw_g


    He explains it quite well. Back in the day, when I had my first board up,
    there were very very few boards available, certainly nothing in my areacode. There are WAY more bbs's now, than then. :-)

    Mick

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  • From Caphood@46:1/104 to NuSkooler on Tue Jan 2 08:22:41 2018
    If you haven't yet, check out the talk from 343C entitled "BBSs and Early Internet Access in the 1990's". The speaker goes into great detail --
    it's one of the best I've seen esp from a technical standpoint.
    Very cool.
    Snag it on Xibalba BBS in MKV format, or you can find it on YouTube and the like to stream.

    LaForge features a session logging onto Black Flag in this presentation.
    He gets all twitchy and uncomfortable not getting to the login fast enough.
    I feel his pain :). I'm a rotten person with a black heart the way i force those screens before the login. I should be hung from a gibbet

    ߱߰ {tHE.pIRATE.kING}
    ߲ܰ HOIST THE COLOURS
    NEVER SHALL WE DIE.

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  • From Static@46:1/195 to Caphood on Tue Jan 2 11:21:37 2018
    On 01/02/18, Caphood said the following...

    LaForge features a session logging onto Black Flag in this presentation. He gets all twitchy and uncomfortable not getting to the login fast

    It was an effective demonstration of ANSI art, at least.

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  • From NuSkooler@46:1/173 to Caphood on Tue Jan 2 20:59:57 2018

    On Tuesday, January 2nd Caphood was heard saying...
    LaForge features a session logging onto Black Flag in this presentation. He gets all twitchy and uncomfortable not getting to the login fast enough. I feel his pain :). I'm a rotten person with a black heart the way i force those screens before the login. I should be hung from a gibbet

    Haha...a pirates life and what not.


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  • From Nightfox@46:1/150 to NuSkooler on Tue Jan 2 20:38:19 2018
    Re: 343C - BBSs and Early Internet Access in the 1990's
    By: NuSkooler to All on Sun Dec 31 2017 03:18 pm

    If you haven't yet, check out the talk from 343C entitled "BBSs and Early Internet Access in the 1990's". The speaker goes into great detail -- it's one of the best I've seen esp from a technical standpoint.

    I just started watching it, and it looks interesting.

    And I noticed that just after 11 minutes in, he has a slide with a screenshot of my BBS (the login matrix, anyway).

    Nightfox
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