1986 AOL puppet show: Rapid T. Rabbit and Friends, for Commodore 64




The Wikipedia article:


Your daily reminder: It was true in 1986 of BBSes, and it is true today:


That first 30 seconds will be the longest of your life.


Finally, an honest depiction of what using AOL was actually like.


Ah, the good ole days of trading Compuserve numbers like “72376, 3650” or the more friendly Plink IDs like “OMR642”.


RTR is a pioneer in a lot of ways. If I recall correctly, they even had an interview with Frank Sidebottom and may have first introduced him to the US.


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