List of BBSes
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Bulletin board system.
CBBS, the first BBS on record, established 1978.
Forum 80, based in Kingston upon Hull, the UK's first BBS, started in 1980.
* Monochrome, a UK based BBS, begun in 1990, still in operation.
OSUNY, legendary old-school hack/ phreakBBS from the 1980s.
Demon Roach Underground, a popular hacker BBS and former home of the CULT OF THE DEAD COW.
ISCABBS, the largest worldwide BBS located at the University of Iowa.
Rusty n Edie's BBS, raided by the FBI in 1993 and sued by Playboyin 1997.
Freelancin%27_Roundtable, a custom-written chat-only system.
* Ptt, the largest BBS in Taiwan.
Purple Ocean, one of the largest North American Gaming BBS's of in the mid 1980s.
ExecPC BBS, America's largest dial-up BBS through the late 80's.
SF Net, a popular BBS in San Francisco, which featured coin-operated terminals in many cafes and bars throughout the San Francisco Bay Area.
SMTH BBSThe largest BBS in China, hosted by Tsinghua University
* [!a] braxas/diabolic The largest art and BBS modification-related BBS in the United States. Online headquarters for over 20 computer art and bulletin board system modification groups.
TRON - Toms River Online, a popular BBS run by high school students in Toms River, NJ.
StarDoc 134. a Dos/Linux hybrid test BBS. Running modified ELEBBS software.
The Board Of Oblivion, SysOp David D Stantonwas only 9 Years Old when the BBS was formed, making him one of the youngest SysOps on record.
* [The Sandbox2|The Sandbox ] [ ] The first American WWIV BBS to network to the US from Okinawa, Japan.
* The Wall - One of the largest BBS to offer illegal software downloads. Busted by police around 1995.
Sherwood Forestpopular NYC-area BBS in the 1980s.
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