An active affiliate club of the American Radio Relay League (ARRL). Based in Charlotte, NC, the club has been serving Amateur Radio Operators, or Hams, in Mecklenburg County and the surrounding areas since it was founded in 1949. Access is for licensed Amateur Operators Only. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Bulletin, Messages, Files, Door games, chat, and other info. in BBS. BBS info/ bulletin, game scores, comic and photo of any castles in Web page. L.O.R.D., WT-LORD, Tradewars 2002 game server, and more. Wildcat! v4, and Synchronet system.
Willamette Apple Connection (WAC) ran from March 1991 until Feb of 1998 (the the internet came to town) After pulling the hardware out of storage from 30 years ago, it fired right up so here we are, back up and running after a 25-ish years. If you’re looking for a blast from the stop by […]
Established in 2009 and located in Düsseldorf (Germany) Wintermute BBS has a focus on classic computers with a bias towards Commodore computers as well as the (not yet retro) Rasspberry Pi SBC. The bbs features a files section (x-/y-/z-modem downloads, just like the old days!), chat, netmail, local and networked bulletin boards (FIDO Net, BBS-Network) and popular […]
Formerly Bit Sunrise BBS, Wizard’s Rainbow has been online since 2014. We provide a unique experience with an completely original BBS format complete with custom BCR games & chances to win real prizes! We also host a large, original file base online, active caller base and multiple message networks.
The Wretched Beagle was originally set up in 1993 in Traverse City Michigan running WWIV 4.24 on a 386/25 notebook computer. The current incarnation was set up in 2014 on linux and is primarily a test system to help with developing WWIV 5 Since it’s running the latest bleeding-edge WWIV5.3, things are likely rough around […]
Old School, with a touch of today. Over 300 Doors via game servers, including our own Wrong Number Family Door Server. fsxNet, CommodoreNet, RetroNet, FidoNet, CombatNet Games and Message bases, doREnet, AmigaNet, SciNet, GameNet, to name a few. New in-house Game Server added which holds many registered games, Old School File Base with many older […]
The Wrong Number family of BBS’ is proud to announce the opening of a Brand New CNet v5.21b Pro BBS serving the Amiga/Commodore community. Featuring CommodoreNet and RetroNet Echo Networks (Some more in the future) Online PFiles, At the moment 3 Game Servers (BCR – Black Country Rock, Quazar Game Server, and an In House […]
The Wrong Number IV BBS is a Image BBS v3.0 for the Commodore 64 Computer. Although run on a PC in Emulation this BBS has all the bells and whistles of the yesteryear Commodore Hardware. Running at 20mhz via the CMD SuperCPU, a 4.1 gig CMD HD, CMD RamLink with a 16 meg RamDrive, Turbo232 […]