posted on Aug, 9 2012 @ 11:07 AM
I indeed have lots of 3 & half floppy disks with things from the 1984 to 1990's of our screens, big problem is I cannot view the disks as my PC &
Laptop have no floppy disk drives these days, but I can tell you that we wrote our very own Modem internet software and sold it world-wide in 1984 to
let people log on to our own BBS as well as Prestel, & Micronet servers, you could book flights, trains, see what's on TV/Radio stations in the UK,
no matter where you lived in europe and USA you could see these sites (inc Cloour pictures and movies.
If you wished to join Prestel or Micronet there was a yearly charge of about £30 each service, our own BBS was free World-Wide.
It is odd to me that this guy who said HE invented the internet had forgot us as we built and sold Modems world-wide under the Link name.
Compuserve followed close behind us too with there own Colour Internet system, I even joined them in 1987, when they closed they put all members over
to AOL which I use still today.