This has kind of been kind of living rent free in my head for a while, but I wanted to create a section on my BBS for fellow Freemasons. I don’t know if there are a lot of them out there on Bulletin Boards, but if they’re are any, they’re welcome here. But then again, everyone is. That is part of being a Freemason. Continue reading From The Lodge..
The last time we got to see the BBS community as a whole, in all it’s curiosity and diversity of things, was the 2005 BBS: The Documentary, created by Jason Scott, who is one of the chief archivists at the Internet Archive. It covered many aspects and scenes of the community and I have no doubt, that many of use learned something new, that we didn’t know before. Continue reading Back to The BBS Documentary
Cryptlib is installed and now SSH is available to connect to the BBS. This is something that I have wanted to offer on my BBSes ever since I got back into it and revived Amiga-Z back in the early 2000s. But CNet didn’t have a library capable of doing it effectively. But I Should I put up another Amiga based BBS, you bet I will figure out a way. But hey, don’t just rely on SSH for protecting your privacy. Why not use a VPN too?
In the last couple years, VPNs have gotten very popular and I use one myself. I tried the free ones, but honestly, the paid ones are much better and there is no throttling like many of the free ones do. Also from a security standpoint it can only add to your privacy. Plus, a lot of the VPNs like CyberGhost, who I use, offer a great starting price. I paid $99 for 3 years. $33 a year is NOT bad at all. And I gotta say I have been pretty pleased.
So the last post was kind of sparse on information, so I want to share a little of what I had in mind. Continue reading A Little More Info On Our Return