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a computer that is running software that allows users to leave messages and access information of general interest

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But with the right computer equipment, a few shareware programs, and a phone line, police departments can create bulletin board systems that allow them to reach out to the citizens they serve.
Marshal, raided the premises of the Pits Bulletin Board System (BBS) of Brooklyn, New York on October 24th and seized the operator's computer equipment.
Special note to BBS System Operators: Microcom's DeskPorte FAST and DeskPorte FAST+ modems are available at special prices to Bulletin Board System Operators and Internet Access Systems Operators.
A bulletin board system (BBS) is a small online service, usually patronized by people with similar interests.
For an investment of only $200, this technology allows entrepreneurs to operate computer bulletin board systems on networks of personal computers that greatly outperform first-generation online services with mainframe architectures like America Online, Compuserve or Prodigy.
These eight bulletin board systems (BBS), representing over 100,000 users, are Aquila BBS (Aurora, Ill.
COMMUNIQUE servers offer cost-effective alternatives to traditional remote access and bulletin board systems.
Co manufactures turnkey broadcast automation and video bulletin board systems and has implemented thousands of its systems solutions across North America.
com (Nasdaq:SINA), a leading Internet media and services company for Chinese communities worldwide, today announced that the Beijing Communication Administration has granted the company's China site a license to operate online Bulletin Board Systems (BBS).
Net Nanny is an Internet and PC screening and filtering tool that allows parents and other administrators to monitor all Windows-based activity including email, chat rooms, bulletin board systems, Internet, and other Windows-based applications.
With CompuSwitch, these users can manage their network servers, Internet servers, multiple workstations, bulletin board systems, and computer test benches, and they will enjoy the same benefits formerly reserved for their Fortune 1000 counterparts.
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