Chris Kay wrote:Has Paul considered hosting a simple telnet enabled Builtin Board System for his digital products?
I was the sysop for several BBSs back in the day, and I am the author of BananaCom - the most downloaded terminal emulator for DOS in 1995.
Not only did I write the most popular terminal emulator, but I also modified a LOT of BBS software. And there were several features I thought were stupid - so I disabled them.
And BananaCom's competition included ProComm, Telix, Qmodem, RipTerm ... and the reason I wrote bananacom was that I thought all the stuff had 20 times more gizmos than was needed. So I made something for non-geeks. Something that could get a person online in 20 seconds without having to learn what "baud" means.