In 1993, this was one of the largest BBS’s in the country. At its peak, it supported over 20 lines, with some eventually having access to the Internet before browsers were even invented. Callers could access telnet, gopher, and FTP. The Internet ultimately killed it off.
This was also a subscription service for access to the large collection of source code for programmers. In 1992, over 1000 software developers were subscribers. If you needed source code pre-Internet, The Programmer’s Corner was a must stop visit.
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