from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- abbr. Computer Science bulletin board system
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- bulletin board system or bulletin board service
- BIOS boot sequence
- BIOS boot specification (Compaq Computer Corporation, Phoenix Technologies Ltd., Intel Corporation)
- be back soon
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a computer that is running software that allows users to leave messages and access information of general interest
Sorry, no etymologies found.
PC Designs GV386. hub machine of the upstate NY UNIX users group (* IX) two line reserved for incoming, bbs no fee, news & email fee $15/year Smorgasboard of BBS systems, UNaXcess and XBBS online,
Time to bring those old Austin BBS guys into action.
All this time wasted arguing about it on BBS is time that could have been spent writing and selling stuff.
According to a formula that the scientific publishing industry uses to calculate the impact of its journals, BBS is ranked first among 40 behavioral sciences journals and 7 th among 198 neuroscience journals.
The format of BBS is for a lengthy target article to be followed by commentaries by other authors, providing a comprehensive exploration of a particular topic.
Deadheads: Why would people bother calling a BBS in the first place, when they can log on to one of the big online services such as America Online or Prodigy?
The California Unclaimed Property BBS is the place to search for bank accounts, bonds and trusts that you or someone you love may have plum forgot.
A man who posted his VW-dealer horror-stories to a BBS is being sued for libel by the dealer, who is also going after the operator of the BBS.
The first and foremost question you should ask yourself is "Why should someone call my BBS?"
They used zebrafish as a model to analyze the function of every known mutation in an inherited syndrome called BBS, Bardet-Biedl Syndrome.