In July of 1994 the Evansville Courier, a local newspaper, decided to create and operate a bulletin board system or
The Ohio Scientific Users of New York, or OSUNY, was a dial-up BBS in the 1980’s based in Scarsdale and
The BBS that I have chosen is from Los Angeles, CA. It is called the P.C.H. Micro, PCH Micro TBBS.
Programmers and game developers experienced a renaissance in the 90’s, it was the beginning of games that could be shared
Long before the internet, there were systems connecting computers to each other, allowing users to join chat rooms, post
For years, hundreds of students, tourists, and locals walked to Harvard Square in Cambridge, Massachusetts every day. However, in 1986,
In the US, BBS slowly faded out as other web based services took its place. This is not what happened
BBS allowed text-based information to be shared between individuals and groups: you needed a modem, a functioning telephone line and
The summer of 1984 brought a great surge of interest in “phreaking” and hacking, bringing the creation of many
The Bulletin Board Systems of the 1980s-90s served as a sort-of precursor for the Internet as we know it today.