> I'm perhaps just slightly older. AOL was a closed system at the time I 
> knew of it. Most of my interaction was on Usenet and through "Compuserve".
> Then AOL went public on the net and overnight it was populated by idiots 
> :-)

Like me - but fortunately I didn't make it
I had to wait many more journal issues and "free internet acces for a month 
AOL cd-roms" to be able to make my first yahoo search
can't remember what I yahoogled, though

Now I'll try to stop talking about the last millennium and do something 
helpful XD

> J, x.
> BurningTreeC wrote:
>> BTC,
>>>> Remembers me of the windows xp times ... oh what times 
>>> Age estimator of BTC advances many numbers. 
>> My first computer was running windows 95 and I couldn't figure out how to 
>> connect to the Internet
>>    - my practice was: put the AOL cd-rom from the computer journal into 
>>    the drive
>>    - wait until internet appears
>> then I heard that my valley didn't have internet access
>> after some time internet access was available
>> the cd-rom still didn't work

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