A bunch of cunts, mostly in the Australian sense. Except that one guy.

Ah I remember the days of 300 baud

They sucked.

http://books.slashdot.org/books/06/09/25/1454239.shtml -  Tales from a BBS Junkie
Permalink son of parnas 
September 25th, 2006 6:03pm
>> The methods he uses are laid out in brilliant detail; one involves registering with bulletin boards in a city his family will be vacationing in shortly, allowing his far away "exotic" location to be verified by the system operator, and then traveling to that city and leeching them dry for a free local call.  <<

Heh.
Done that.

I used to notch the other edge of my 5-1/4" floppies to use the other side in the Apple Disk ][ drive.  Which mattered a lot when you were buying diskettes for $2 each on a teenager's income.
Permalink xampl 
September 25th, 2006 8:21pm
Wow...I forgot about that.

You even learned which brands to stay away from because of reliability.
Permalink Send private email Aaron F Stanton 
September 25th, 2006 8:54pm
Yeah, the single-sided diskettes weren't certified for double-sided use, but even so, some of the manufacturers still had the magnetic goop on there.  Verbatim & Maxell, I think were good.  When TDK said single-sided, they meant it. :-(
Permalink xampl 
September 26th, 2006 8:01am

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