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Are any web pages still available from these Good Old 20-20 Days?
Should they be on Wayback Machine?
Bill Condie (PBG) said:
Good Old 20-20 Days
What are the 20-20 days? Was this when Delphi was text based?
The wayback machine has only been around since 2001 and I think it only archived webpages.
If you have not look here yet...
Yep/ WE hated AOL when it came out with graphics :-)
We got 20 hours a month online 6pm-6am for $20! Delphi was the first internet SIG
The 20/20 plan was what finally got me to take the leap to Delphi. They had been advertising in Rainbow magazine (for the TRS-80 Color Computer) and I also remembered seeing a segment on them on Evening Magazine here in Boston, so my interest was already piqued. Combine the 20/20 plan with the fact Compuserve still was charging an arm and a leg, and it didn't take much for me to make the leap. I absolutely loved that era.
I'm guessing when they first tried doing the web page front-ends to the forums, that they were hosted on Delphi's servers. I would be shocked if they still existed somewhere at this point, but maybe someone on staff has a more definitive answer.