has meticulously re-created the Internet as it appeared to a command line user over a quarter century ago. Drawing on material from Jason Scott's TextFiles.com, the text-only world of the 1980s appears right in your browser. If you want to show somebody what the Arpanet looked like (you didn't call it the "Internet" until the late '80s) this is it. Using the 'finger' command and seeing familiar names from decades ago (some, sadly, ghosts now) sends a chill down your spine.
I remember those days. Funnily enough I also remember when one of the techs at work installed this program on his Windows 3.11 machine called Mosaic (precusor to Netscape). We (few techs, engineers, scientists) looked on and thought wow and I remember one of the scientist comments "that looks nice but it will never take off!!" LOL
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I'm not the pheasant plucker, I'm the pheasant pluckers son. I'm only plucking pheasants till the pheasant plucker comes.
I still use a console session every day at work, only way to do real networking sometimes.
Statistically, if you wait long enough, everything will happen!