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BBSers were using home computers to communicate with each other.
I know the answer for some of you the BBSers, but for most of you, I haven't a clue -- and I'm curious.
For those of you who aren't BBSers, here's a link to an interview transcript you have to read.
Currently, STTS has about 10,000 readers worldwide and is available to literally millions of BBSers through the internet and other networks and BBS's.
Further, it would require over two dozen callers calling 24 hours a day for 31 days to generate such a bill, and repeated attempts by BBSers to verify the story or locate the principles were unsuccessful.
And here, since I'm accusing the hackers and BBSers of irritating intellectual vagueness, I must myself descend from the baroque clouds of Theory & Critique and explain what I mean by "real goods."
At the World Congress in New York City, a group of BBSers and Unix Internetters from many places gathered at Columbia University and the BCCA was born.