The things we asked before we realized the internet would last forever….

The things we asked before we realized the internet would last forever....

Vampires??? Really Peter? This post celebrates the 20th anniversary of this ridiculous question I asked the internet in 1993 and will serve as a reminder that the internet (and what we do on it) lasts forever. I am glad to see that I have maintained my policy of not being anonymous on the internet – keeps one accountable.

2 thoughts on “The things we asked before we realized the internet would last forever….

  1. James Deagle

    Ah, yes…the National Capital FreeNet days! If amnesia serves me correct, you provided ad hoc tech support the first time I tried to log on via dial up, as you were the only person I knew at that point who was Internet-connected. (I don’t know how in the heck I remember this, but after connecting the first time, one had to hit ENTER a few times once the modems finished shaking hands, which was where I was stuck.)

    To relieve the magic:

    C:\>telnet telnet.ncf.ca

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