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Does anyone remember Q link for the good ol' Commodore 64?

  1. Billrrrr profile image83
    Billrrrrposted 6 years ago

    Does anyone remember Q link for the good ol' Commodore 64?

    It was a magical service.  Do you remember what it morphed into?

  2. jponiato profile image80
    jponiatoposted 6 years ago

    Yep - I do - it became AOL.  I had one of the original Vic-20s, then upgraded to the C-64, which I loved (and still have).  I learned to program on that, which definitely helped launch my career in IT.

    I am trying to decide if nostalgia is enough to make me buy one of the new ones: http://www.commodoreusa.net/CUSA_C64.aspx

  3. kschang profile image89
    kschangposted 6 years ago

    Quantum Link later spawned PC-Link, which became American Online.

    I had PC-Link and got rolled into AOL. When I finally cancelled, they told me I was a member for well over a decade. (almost 20 years?!)

  4. Alexander Mark profile image83
    Alexander Markposted 6 years ago

    I just felt privileged to know what a Commodore 64 was! My parents got one at one of those multi-level marketing seminars where they promise you a certain gift if you stay for the whole thing - so we had this keyboard which you could use to type words onto the television. Wow! Surrounded by all you egg-heads, I feel like a neanderthal because I never understood its computing ability, I got bored with it when making letters and words appear were all it seemed it could do. Ug!

 
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