[Smaug] How long have you been on the net? (was: Web site maintenance (was: scruz.org re-design))

Peter Belew abcruzww at gmail.com
Wed Nov 9 12:53:44 PST 2005

This is a current listing on Amazon but it's about a 1995


(actually that is on amazon.ca, oh well)
That really is me, by the way - there were multiple contributors but I
was first alphabetically.

What about this?


or even older:


BTW that one actually is an ancestor according to a cousin of mine.


- Peter (Methuselah) Belew aka Pierre Billeau

On 11/9/05, Max Baker <max at warped.org> wrote:
> On Wed, Nov 09, 2005 at 12:58:10PM -0700, Rob Beckett wrote:
> > Max,
> >
> > Bloody hell. The oldest message I can find of my existence online is
> > from Jan 26 1997 (http://groups.google.com/group/alt.radio.uk/browse_thread/thread/a19c1ff112f26cac/4fd31285aeea9205?lnk=st&q=subwolf@enterprise.net&rnum=2#4fd31285aeea9205)
> > However, to this group I be a newb. Jay lured me here after I heard
> > about the flames.
> This is a fun game, I like it.  Try to find the oldest evidence of you
> being on the net.  Can't be on a site you own or maintain.
> You got me beat ;-)  Very nice to see a FIDO net address btw... that
> brings me back.  Oldest I can find is using the "way back machine" - April
> 10, 1997.  But I know I registered the domain in 95 when it was free (the
> only reason i did register it because it was free).
> http://web.archive.org/web/19970410125134/http://www.warped.org/
> Linux Content : The machine I ran warped.org on a year or two after that
> time was running Mandrake 7.x.  We let it sit with the buggiest oldest
> kernel online and it got to 550 days uptime before we finally got
> embarassed about the amount of security holes and the age of the kernel.
> It was a Penguin Computing 1u box co'lod at above.net in san jose.  At
> that time I was pretty convinced that Linux was going to take over the
> world.  So far it's only taken over the server world.
> -m
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