On 11/29/2018 4:35 PM, Ant wrote:
> ImperiusDamian <damianbl...@gmail.com
>> On 10/6/2018 7:48 PM, Ant wrote:
>>>> Hahaha it kind of sucks that they've gone out of style, but it makes
>>>> sense since they're so much less accessible than WWW sites. But still
>>>> there is a lot of important historical stuff on the Usenet, I'm glad
>>>> that we've got most of it archived, it's interesting to look through.
>>>> If you don't mind me asking, Ant, were you active on here back in the
>>>> day, or even now? And if so, could you point me toward some
>>>> interesting discussion boards around the Usenet? Thanks!
>>> I started doing usenet newsgroups when I was in college like in 1994
>>> with a Linux shell account and tin (still using it!). I got DOOM
>>> shareware in late 1993 from a local BBS before I started using the
>>> I wished dejanews.com
was still around to show you. Google Groups
>>> doesn't even have all of the stuff. :(
>> Which is a dang shame. Seems like even half the Meow Wars aren't
>> archived let alone actually *interesting* things like posts about DOOM. :P
> Meow Wars? I don't even remember that after reading
Creepily enough, my random tagline generator picked a quote from a
related flamewar for this post. LOL!
I wasn't around for the original Meow Wars but I did catch the tail end
of Meower activity in late '99 into 2000.
"SEND ME A COPY OF DOOM!!! NOW!!!1!!!!" - Crister Dufvenberg among
others, alt.games.doom, starting Oct. 3rd 1999
ImperiusDamian - http://theimperium.elementfx.com
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