By Rob O'Hara
For almost 20 years, computer-based Bulletin Board structures have been the first approach to communique among machine clients. As abruptly as they won attractiveness, they have been made out of date by means of the subsequent sizeable factor - a newfangled approach known as the net. Commodork: Sordid stories from a BBS Junkie takes its readers on a thrilling trip during the BBS period. in the course of the author's own stories and adventures, readers will detect extra approximately those awesome occasions and what it used to be prefer to develop up on-line. With stories of copyfests, BBS events and random acts of on-line debauchery, those that have been there'll locate themselves reminiscing, whereas those that were not will take pleasure in studying approximately lifestyles "before the 'net." you recognize, again once we used to modem uphill, either methods within the snow.
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And even though I hadnʼt been hacking along with him, even the most cursory search of his BBS logs would show the massive amounts of software I was regularly uploading to him. For weeks I walked around school with a sinking pit in my stomach, afraid that each day when I got home from school I would find flashing lights and snipers waiting for me in the trees. Fortunately, for whatever reason, I was never contacted by any law enforcement agency about the event. I did however learn to not give my real name and phone number out quite so freely.
How utterly ridiculous. The two of us hung out at a local amusement park, the fair, and a few modem parties. I was old enough to drive and she was not, so our dates always began with me pulling into her driveway to pick her up. Her mom never cared for me much. After a while our dates began with me calling Liz and giving her a ten minuteʼs notice, then parking down the street at the local elementary school and having her meet me there. Our relationship ended with as much passion as it had begun with – not much.
After a few minutes I began getting nervous. I asked to see the stuff they brought and they said it was out in their car. They said when they were done copying my stuff they would go get their disks. When they were done copying every new game I had, I watched the three of them walked out to the car, get in, and drive away, laughing the entire time. I had just given up everything I had in trade for nothing. Dr. Phrackenstein later told me that he had been set up too and had no prior knowledge of their plans to rip me off.
Commodork: sordid tales from a BBS junkie by Rob O'Hara