It is something I wanted to do for a while and now I can afford to do it. Give it a try and see if you like it and be a member for both sites what I offer is different and what is here is different, not trying steal any members just offering a different view. I girls to chat also looking for some friend who use to be in the bdsm rooms on prodigy and I lost track most of them over the years.
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orom They welcomed me and I became a part of the little BB community. Many people came and few left. It was a time of fecundity and increase. Friendships arose from our bulletin board meetings.
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I became e-mail partners with many of them we correspond still. I have traveled to Chat 21 with some of them. I've visited with many of them when I have passed through their cities and many have visited with me when they passed through mine. Some of them are into Egypt and some are not; some have a great interest in archaeology, some have only a passing interest.
Really the only common factor was that we had happened across a peculiar feature of Prodigy called the "bulletin boards" where we could post messages, and replies, that all could read.
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We were limited to the most primitive of text characters and six twelve-line "s" of copy. We had to watch our language because whatever we wrote was monitored. Once posted, we could first lets chat retract what had been written, and our creative efforts timed out and vanished after a prescribed period. But sadly, the feature I loved the most became an anachronism.
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Prodigy Classic became but a memory. I tried the Internet Newsgroups as a substitute for the old BB, but I found profanity and "flames" too common.
The sense of community is absent there, posts stray off-topic to the point of absurdity, "spam" is rampant, and I've "met" very few people I'd actually want to associate with in real life. XPArchaeology is an attempt to regain, to some degree, what was lost.
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The people are still great. Why not them?
While IBM and Sears dreamed of online commerce, Prodigy subscribers had something more unsophisticated in mind: talking and socializing with others. Bulletin boards and chat rooms became the center of attention.
before the web: online services of yesteryear
Prodigy thrived in the early '90s and even turned a profit in But during that year, a newcomer, America Online, did something Prodigy's main competitor, CompuServe, wasn't able to do. AOL surpassed Prodigy in of subscribers. From there it was a downhill slide.
Prodigy didn't take to Windows at first, and as the "World Wide Web" -- the Internet -- waxed in popularity, Prodigy's arcane protocols couldn't keep up. Though it introduced a web browser inwell before AOL or CompuServe, the service as a whole didn't integrate well with the Cyat. Current members of Prodigy were happy enough, but as the uninitiated newbies flocked to the Internet, America Online prospered.
All resources were poured into PI while PC remained neglected. Frustrated, members began to leave the service. By mid orodigy, PI subscribers ed , but the million-plus members of the PC had dwindled ificantly. It was announced that on 1 OctoberPC would shut down forever.
Prodigy estimated rkom onlymembers of PC migrated to PI. The others free dallas chat numbers elsewhere. A Personal Note from Larry Orcutt The Prodigy service came bundled with my computer software when I bought my machine and one restless day in I clicked on the icon for a one-month free trail. I was the new kid on the block of regulars, all friendly people with varying interests and education and all keen on things ancient.
They welcomed me and I became a part of the little BB community. Many people came and few left.