Bulletin Boards are systems where you can use your computer and a modem to directly connect to another computer containing a lot of information (usually file downloads, news, electronic mail). These have generally been replaced by websites over time due to the telephone costs incurred.
The definitive Acorn based bulletin board, on the net. It's on-line in south-east England, practically all the time for access by modem dialup, serving as a virtual meeting point for hundreds of users and holding an impressive array of files numbering a few thousand.
CCl4 - Solvent Abuse
Bizarre BBS which seems to have some weird connection to RISC OS.
The Plasma Sphere BBS
Supporting speeds 300-33600 bps, two lines, online 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Online support for Acorn, ArmBBS, FidoNet, Arc-Binkley, and ARCbbs in its 8500+ file filebase and message base.
Last update:January 2, 2007 at 19:55:46 UTC