Before AOL started clogging the landfills with millions of online hours they were known as Quantum Computer Services. For many people who had a Commodore 64 they were the first point of contact for the larger computing world. Q-Link’s BBS system taught me about how to use emoticons, slay trolls and most importantly…how to love. OK, not how to love, but certainly a whole lot about Monty Python.
I was digging through a box of old c64 games the other day when I came across this book of access numbers and “How to get Connected”. This handsome paper booklet sure beats the heck out of those AOL coasters. I scanned the “Getting Started” section along with the access numbers for the land of my birth, New Jersey. I hope this brings back good memories in fellow former Q-linkers.
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