Topics: Computers : Bulletin Board Systems

Bulletin Board Systems (BBS) have been around since the early 1980s in one form or another. Typically a 'gathering area' for people with similar interests, they have adapted, grown, and survived as times changed. BBS systems, while not as popular as they once were, have begun seeing a new dawning in recent times. They usually have a large variety of Spam free topical message areas. Online Gaming. Most have new and daily updated shareware files. Most have moved to the Internet and offer web based interaction. No need to utilize the old ANSI login style. Although Ansi logins are still widely available.

Fidonet Fidonet View: News Rack - Sub-Categories - DMoz
FidoNet is an amateur electronic mail network with several decades of thousand of mail nodes world wide.
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Hotline Hotline View: News Rack - Sub-Categories - DMoz
The Hotline protocol is an application-layer Internet protocol that allows for community-based chatting, instant messaging, file sharing, and threaded textual submissions.
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Individual Systems Individual Systems View: News Rack - Sub-Categories - DMoz
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Software Software View: News Rack - Sub-Categories - DMoz
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Web Rings Web Rings View: News Rack - DMoz

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