Re: CP/M Newsreader?
> Message-ID: <E1KtCuB-0002dZ-E2@stasis.kostecke.net>
> > I first used email, usenet, ftp, telnet and nfs via what I was told
> > was "the internet" in 1987 at Uni.[/color]
> Which University was this, Mr. Harston?
> Are you sure it wasn't called ARPAnet?[/color]
It was at Stirling University, and I was told it was called "the
A bit of rummaging turns up a Stirling Uni bulletin board printout
from 1990 discussing the JANET host naming scheme being reversed
"relative to the rest of the internet".
Until then, many UK addresses were of the form [email]firstname.lastname@example.org[/email],
which caused no problems until Czechoslovakia (.cs) came online.
J.G.Harston - [email]email@example.com[/email] - mdfs.net/User/JGH
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