Last Friday, The Atlantic published an article I wrote in which I explore modern-day dial-up BBSes.
Some of you may remember that I've visited this topic before — on this very blog — way back in 2006. In my recent virtual travels, I found it very interesting to see how things in the dial-up BBS space had changed over ten years, and I allude to that in my Atlantic article.
I've mentioned this many times before, but for those of you who are unfamiliar, I ran a dial-up BBS called "The Cave BBS" between 1992 and 1998. Since 2005, I have also run a telnet version of The Cave.
To read more about my BBS adventures, check out the "BBS History" category on VC&G.