508 Area Code BBSes Through History (80's Version)

MAP OF THE 508 AREA CODE
508-222-6329
Attleboro, MA
King's Castle, Kings Castle BBS
(1986-1996)
Ray King, Ray King Amiga C-Net
"I was suprised to find my old BBS listed. I am thinking of starting it again over the internet and did a google search for kings castle and was suprised to find it listed here!" - Ray King
508-222-6929
Attleboro, MA
Kings Castel BBS
(1983-2010)
Static ChargeAmiga Cnet
508-226-2612
Attleboro, MA
Ye Old Cookie Shoppe, Ye Olde Cookie Shoppe
(1986-1994)
Rebecca Gaitonde
"This BBS was originally started on the Atari 800XL and eventually evolved through to the Atari ST-1040 and finally to the PC before closing down. It was founded as a way to get legal freeware for the Sysops sons and their school, and eventually integrated "other" software as a means of increasing traffic. Eventually there were 3 dedicated lines, and Ascii multi-player games, as well as network forums that ranged from tech help to Star Trek discussions. The Cookie Chef made many friends in her time as the sysop, and even had people flying in from different parts of the country just for a visit. Rebecca "The Cookie Chef" Gaitonde is deceased as of April 24 2008. (This is posted by her son Corey Gaitonde handle "K'rlokatau")"
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508-226-6368
Attleboro, MA
Spy's Network BBS
(1985-1993)
Paul AllenCnet, Ribit
"First run on a Commodore 64 with two floppy drives and a 1200 baud modem running Cnet software and Ribit BBS (intermittently), then added two whopping SFD-1001 drives for a total of 2 megabytes or so of storage total...and upgraded to 2400 baud. Went through the stages of a Commodore 128 with the same storage. A few years after that stepped up to a Commodore Amiga and a 20MB hard drive along with a US Robotics 9600 baud modem....and of course the coup de gras was a 60MB hard drive. Woo hoo! Sadly the buffons at Commodore blew the mothership up and we were without a platform in the early 90's. Never did switch to the IBM platform, although we were tempted to. Man those old warez parties were fun :) Would love to hear from you old users still out there!" - Paul Allen
508-229-8689
MARLBORO, MA
The Imperium
(1984-1995)
Al GoodnissWildcat
508-251-9812
Chelmsford, MA
Omega, Omega BBS, OMEGA BBS [GSA/ASV/PIN/JASSOL]
(1989-1994)
OmicronWWIV
"[GSA/ASV/PIN/JASSOL] WWIVnet@5809 This was originally a neo-pagan oriented BBS. I now admin http://askawitchcommunity.org along the same lines." - Omicron
508-255-9465
ORLEANS, MA
Cape Cod Fido
(1989-1990)
Rives Mc GinleyFidoNet
508-264-9100
Acton, MA
Middle Earth BBS
(1986-1998)
Isaac A(simov)Greene Machine / VBBS
"This BBS started on a TRS=80 Model 4, with what became a heavily reworked Greene Machine program. At the end, on VBBS, it was known for Tradewars, The Pit, Global War (Risk), Camelot, LORD, and an assortment of other games. In the DEC belt, it got a lot of traffic in the 80' and early 90's, dying off as AOL and the WWW rose in popularity." - Issac A
508-274-7196
FALMOUTH, MA
MAC's Place PCB REL
(1989-1991)
John McNamara
508-285-5325
NORTON, MA
Eternal War BBS, Night City BBS
(1989-1990)
Matthew PearsonQBBS
508-285-7240
NORTON, MA
TEABBS, Tuzzo Engineering, TuzzoEngineer, TuzzoEngineering, TuzzoEngineering
(1989-1994)
Sal TuzzoPCBoard
508-342-0632
BOSTON, MA
OPUS Information Sys. BBS
(1988)
Wildcat
508-342-4985
BOSTON, MA
REAL-TIME BBS
(1983-1997)
Sam Gudgel
508-343-4008
Fitchburg, MA
Total Access
(1986-1991)
Scott Lagos, Chris Leger, Chris Leger / Scott LagosQuickBBS
"Wow, what a blast from the past! Here is some updated info for you. I remember so many of the Sysops on the list from my area. Some fond recollections of my days running Total Access: * 2 computers in my bedroom - all running Trade Wars and other various "door" games. * 2 ~noisy~ hard drives chugging away and 2 beeping pc speakers in the middle of the night (after I'd gone to bed at 3am, that is) - followed by 2 snipped wires. * ANSI graphics - who hoo! Animations even. * Summer "member" parties. * Boxes of T-shirts for new members - yes, I still have 1 or two hanging around... * Scott and Tom picking up the bill for me - thanks guys! (it was a store front after all!) That led me to a career as a software engineer / web developer." - Chris Leger
508-356-2469
CAMBRIDGE, MA
Firefly, The Fire Fly, The Fire Fly BBS
(1989-1997)
Richard Alfoni
508-366-5685
WESTBORO, MA
Co-Op Software BBS
(1989)
Dick Copits
508-373-1657
FRAMINGHAM, MA
The City of Shadowhelm BBS
(1989-1995)
Michael Ryan (Tamen Zack)QuickBBS, RemoteAccess
508-373-2204
FRAMINGHAM, MA
Rogers & Blake BBS
(1989)
Sid Rogers
508-373-7929
FRAMINGHAM, MA
The Matrix, The MATRIX BBS
(1989-1996)
Scott GoudswardQuickBBS
508-388-7629
Amesbury, MA
Hangar 18
(1989-1993)
Svend BlackmereCelerity / Telegard
508-393-3875
NORTHBORO, MA
Middle Earth, The Inner Circle
(1989-1991)
Jon Radoff
508-393-5346
NORTHBORO, MA
Northway
(1989-1997)
Alex Lotoski
508-425-4094
Shirley, MA
DeadMoon BBS
(1989-1994)
Brett CroweWildcat!
"Single node BBS - concentrated on game downloads, Apogee game support/distribution, general conversations and online DOORS. Legend of the Red Dragon, The Pit, Melee and Space Dynasty (Space Empire Elite clone.) Great learning experience - gone but not forgotten. The name 'DeadMoon' came from Heavy Metal magazine (british fantasy/sci fi.)" - Brett Crowe
508-429-8385
HOLLISTON, MA
Cul De Sac, Cul De Sac II, Cul-De-Sac, Cul-de-Sac Bar & Grill, THE CUL-DE-SAC BBS
(1989-1996)
Pete White
508-429-8857
HOLLISTON, MA
Cul De Sac, Cul De Sac Bar and Grill, New England
(1989-1997)
Pete White
508-433-6491
FRAMINGHAM, MA
IBM Tech Fido
(1989-1991)
Steve AholaFidoNet
508-433-8452
FRAMINGHAM, MA
IBM Tech Fido 101/433, Net 322 Echo Coord, Reg 16 EchoCoord, Reg 16 SDS Coord, Region16 Echo Coord
(1989-1991)
Steve Ahola
508-454-3864
BOSTON/WALPOLE, MA
Dave's MAX!, Dave's MAX/2!, Dave's RA!, Daves Opus, Daves RA!, Lowell Hub, MassNet NE Coord, MassNet NE HUB 200, Net 324 Echo Coord, Net324 UUCP Gateway
(1989-2000)
Dave Layte, David LayteRemoteAccess
508-454-9515
BOSTON/WALPOLE, MA
Adventure Unlimited
(1989-1990)
Dave Villineau
508-460-9203
MARLBORO, MA
The Cad Lauder
(1989)
Wildcat
508-465-3198
Newburyport, MA
/XAss Hysteria BBs, MASS Hysteria, MASS Hysteria BBS, MassHysteria, The MASS Hysteria BBs
(1989-1996)
Mark Warnat, Brian TardiffQuickBBS , QBBS
"Wow. It is so great to see someone keeping a historical record of all the BBS in the area! Today's average internet user has no idea about the BBS world of the past! I wouldn't trade the years of running this BBS for the world. Mark and I had a lot of fun running the BBS and developing the HysteriaWare Software. Anyone rememeber the online games Q-DOG, Fowl Play, and Chain Reaction? Hard to believe that animated ANSI graphics were cutting edge technology! Great to see the names of some old online pals on this list. Thank you for everyone who made this time in the online world so memorable!" - Brian Tardiff
508-467-6859
ACTON, MA
Comfort Zone
(1988)
Wildcat
508-468-7750
BROCKTON, MA
Chronic Fatigue
(1989)
508-475-7464
WORCESTER, MA
Andover Hub
(1989-1990)
Ed Germain
508-481-7147
Marlborough, MA
MassNet Central, Way Star, WayStar, WAYSTAR BBS
(1989-1996)
Kevin PorterOpus
508-481-9570
MARLBORO, MA
Flight Connection
(1989-1991)
Jack Forman
508-521-4806
BOSTON, MA
ECIS TBBS
(1989)
Bruce Budd
508-531-0798
BRIDGEWATER, MA
LITS/2, Lost in the SuperMarket/2
(1983-1998)
J Marrs
508-535-9674
EASTON, MA
The Think Tank BBS
(1989-1990)
Bill Heiser
508-537-4118
AUBURN, MA
The Way of Life
(1983-1997)
Vincent Spingola
508-544-8337
HOPKINTON, MA
Locks Hill BBS, MassNet West
(1983-2004)
Robert Heller, R HellerScript evolved from 1bbs, ifcico under Linux
508-544-8401
HOPKINTON, MA
Chromatic Aberration
(1989-1990)
David Kaufman
508-559-2229
Brockton, MA
Blackwolf's Castle
(1985-1990)
AvatarDMBBS
508-562-4164
CAMBRIDGE, MA
Cheers BBS
(1989)
Andrew Miller
508-568-0957
HYANNIS, MA
The Imperium
(1984-1996)
Al GoodnissWildcat
508-584-0155
West Bridgewater, MA
Bushido BBS
(1983-1989)
The Warlord, The ShogunProving Grounds
"Proving Grounds was a BBS program that doubled as an online RPG. In addition to that, the Sysop ran a game called "Battle for North America (later "Battle for New England") that was a play by mail game involving ~20 people that he spent 8 hours a day updating in a massive spreadsheet. I spent many hours on this board :)" - The Warlord

"I was the SYSOP and just happened to Google "Bushido BBS" and arrived here much to my surprise. Ran this in the office of my roller skating rink. And, no, I did not spend 8 hours a day on it! Running BNA was great fun. One of the original players is now a game programmer and we are talking about bringing back an automated version of the game. " - The Shogun

508-584-9832
Brockton, MA
Strategic Warez Command
(1985-1987)
6485, Ivory BBS
"Run off 3 floppy drives on a C64. Mostly for trading games. I ran it out of my bedroom when I was in High School."
508-634-3248
MILFORD, MA
The MARK BBS
(1989-1990)
Richard Kenadek
508-640-1470
CAMBRIDGE 1, MA
"Q" Continuum, The "Q" Continuum, The Q Continuum
(1982-1997)
Andrew Quinzani
508-643-6990
North Attleboro, MA
The Dragon's Lair BBS
(1989-1994)
Vincent ChapmanRBBS, Telegard
"I ran this BBS through HS until I left for the Army. I think the number is right, but it's been defunct 20 years so I can't verify this was the exact number. I started as the American Dream 89-90 and switched to the Dragon's Lair in 91 when I switched to Telgard. I had a swashnet node number, but have no idea what that was at this point." - n1qj
508-653-5124
NATICK, MA
Mass Mac & Electric, Mass. Mac & Electric
(1989-1991)
Barr PlexicoPCBoard
508-653-9628
Natick, MA
Zorro the Malamute, Zorro the Malimute
(1989-1997)
Ken LevittUFGATE
"For many years this BBS acted as the email gateway between Fidonet and the Internet for Eastern Massachusetts. Each night the system would pickup and drop off messages on both networks. This was at a time when there was no Internet email access for people who were not part of a university or large corporation. I managed to talk my way into getting access to a machine at Harvard University in the medical department. I had no prior connection with Harvard and I'm sure that the person who set up the account must have exceeded their authority. I continued the service until it was possible for the average person to get internet email through other sources and Fidonet had outlived its usefulness." - Ken Levitt
508-658-8185
MARLBORO, MA
The Concept BBS
(1989-1994)
Bill Forti
508-663-4221
Billerica, MA
Nite-Lite
(1983-1989)
Paul SwansonNite-Lite
"1983: Nite-Lite B.B.S. goes on the air. (Was it running A.M.I.S. ?) It is called "Nite-Lite" because the computer monitor casts an eerie glow about the room. 1984: Paul Swanson writes his own BBS hosting software for the ATARI 6502 8-bit computer. He names it "Nite-Lite". The Nite-Lite BBS hosting software goes on to be the most successful commercial BBS software ever written for the ATARI 6502 8-bit computer. 1989: Nite-Lite BBS puts in a second line at 508-663-2885. (MichTron boards eventually take the place of all of the ATARI Nite-Lite boards.)" - Winston Smith
508-663-6220
Billerica, MA
Wonderland BBS
(1989-1991)
Joseph TellerWildcat, WWIV
508-675-5493
FALL RIVER, MA
Data CENTRAL, DataCentral
(1989-1996)
Larry SantosPCBoard
508-675-8503
FALL RIVER, MA
SWAT BBS
(1985-1998)
Greg Isadore, Greg Isadore TAG/RoboFX
508-681-1196
Methuen, MA
V.A.S.T., VAST
(1989)
Al Juknavorian aka Junka
"I am positive that this BBS was run by Al Juknavorian. It was all B & w and Ansi. There were 4 lines and it was all about the chat room. Initially founded as a support board for ATARI ST's hense (V)alley (A)tari ST I met my first girlfriend on there. Thanks for doing this list." - Scotty Bliss
508-682-0133
BOSTON, MA
Black Market, BlackMarket, BlackMarket BBS, BlakMarket, The Black Market, The BlackMarket BBS
(1987-1995)
Jim BlackRemoteAccess
508-682-5279
BOSTON, MA
ElecDreams, Electric Dreams, Electronic Dreams 2G, Genesis Domain
(1987-1996)
Paul GosselinQuickBBS
508-686-5735
WAREHAM, MA
80 Boston BBS, 80-BOSTON-BBS
(1989-1991)
Kenyon Karl, Boston Computr
508-688-1348
WORCESTER, MA
Pleasant Valley, Pleasant Valley BBS, PleasValley
(1989-1994)
Steve D'Urso
508-689-4493
MARLBOROUGH, MA
The Mystic Tribunal
(1989-1994)
Mike Hamilton
508-693-8784
VINEYARD HAVEN, MA
Tashmoo BBS
(1989)
Wildcat
508-697-1206
BRIDGEWATER, MA
Sci-Net
(1989-1990)
Brian Warren
508-697-9420
Bridgewater, MA
Network XXIII
(1987-1990)
Derec [The Blank]Infoquick, Cnet
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508-699-0206
NORTH ATTLEBORO, MA
FirePlug II
(1989)
Don Martino
508-699-9357
NORTH ATTLEBORO, MA
Attleboro Hub, Fire Plug (101/40), FirePlug
(1989-1995)
Kevin Sinksen
508-741-2233
CAMBRIDGE 1, MA
Witch City Software BBS
(1989)
Paul Walkin
508-745-1689
NATICK, MA
Massnet East, The Witch City BBS, Witch City, Witch Cityb BBS
(1988-1998)
Dan Devoe, Danny DevoeRemoteAccess
508-746-4463
PLYMOUTH, MA
On The Edge, On The Edge BBS, SeMass Hub
(1989-1994)
Steve Jennings
508-750-4572
PROVINCETOWN, MA
Net 324 Echo Coord
(1989)
Ed Davis
508-752-1227
WORCESTER, MA
Paddy's Place
(1989-1997)
Pat GrealisQuickBBS
508-752-1348
Worcester, MA
Full Moon
(1988-1992)
Sysop: STeve RiderFoReM ST
"FNET Node #204 (FoReM network) It was a Worcester-area BBS. Run by a guy named Steve Rider (who called himself STeve Rider because he used Atari ST's). Steve, at some point, became the person responsible for selling FoReM ST (after the author, Matt Singer, stopped wanting to support it, I think). Full Moon had decent file areas and games. I think I used to play tradewar-type games on here (forgot what they were called). I'm pretty sure one of them was written by a guy from Northboro named Jon Radoff (who ran Middle Earth in Northboro, wrote some Amiga BBS software, and later started NovaLink)." - Ford Prefect
508-756-4042
Worcester, MA
Mouse House
(1986-1992)
Tony PiltzeckerWWIV, NiteLite
508-757-8622
WORCESTER, MA
Data Core Information Service, DataCore Info Services, DataCore Info Services REL, DataCore Information Ser., DataCore InfoSvc
(1989-1994)
Paul Outerson, PaulOutersonPCBoard
508-758-4735
MATTAPOISETT, MA
DownEast HUB, Techline
(1989-1991)
David Rogers
508-758-9703
MATTAPOISETT, MA
Communicade
(1989)
Tim Smith
508-760-2147
Yarmouth, MA
Cape & Islands, Mid Cape Hub, NightSoft VideoTex BBS, Your Bbs Name
(1983-1998)
Andrew Wyatt, Andrew Wyatt Sr.Wildcat
"NightSoft begain in Falmouth Ma. in 1983. Was the home of the ISG (International Sysop Guild) and Cape Link, ( The frist bbs network on Cape Cod ) Move to Yarmouth Ma in 1991, part of Fido for many years, NightSoft went down in 1998 due to the user base drop with the onset of the World wide Web." - Andrew Wyatt Sr.
508-772-3159
FOXBORO, MA
The Welcome Inn
(1988)
Wildcat
508-772-6373
FOXBORO, MA
Denis OPUS, Denis RemoteAccess BBS, Denis' RA, Denis' RemoteAccess BBS, Denis's Opus, Net322 Echo Coord
(1989-1996)
Denis MarchandQuickBBS
508-774-0751
CAMBRIDGE, MA
Big Dans Hub, Danvers Hub, MassNet NE, Shakers BBS
(1989-1994)
Bob DeAlmeida
508-788-0038
FRAMINGHAM, MA
The Race Way, The Raceway
(1989-1991)
Joel Rosenzweig
508-788-6951
Framingham, MA
)(evious BBS, Xevious
(1988-1996)
PCBoard
"This BBS is still *technically* on air. When I was about 11, in 1991 I used to download many flight simulator add-ons that where available. This BBS evolved into what is presently www.flightsim.com. Imagine that! After all these years! I remember trying to find as many files as I could so I could beat the download ratio system!" - Badgeman
508-791-3303
Worcester, MA
Minority, Minority BBS
(1988-1996)
Bob Mckeegan, Sysop: Bob McKeeganTBBS on Kaypro in early days, FoReM PC on 386 later
"Minority BBS - Sysop is listed correctly (Bob McKeegan, aka Delay). I was one of the co-sysops some time in the early 90's. The first version of the BBS was running on a Kaypro CP/M machine. I'm pretty sure that early software was TBBS (The Bread Board System). Some time in the early 90's, he upgraded to a 386 (when they cost a fortune). Eventually he settled on FoReM PC for the BBS software, running under DesqView for multitasking (so he could still use the PC for other stuff). I have copies of what are the files for some version of the FoReM incarnation of the BBS. Stuff like login screens, menus, etc. http://www.gweep.net/~prefect/retrocomputing/bbs/minority/ This would have been from 1989-1990 time frame probably. The files came from my Atari, and I was using that Tandy 1000EX for BBS'ing from early 1990 until I bought my first 286 PC in the spring of '90." - Prefect
508-796-6802
BOSTON, MA
MedMUG, MedMug WILD USArmyMedicalDept
(1989-1991)
Stephen Fantasia
508-798-8537
Worcester, MA
The Dark Side
(1989-1992)
Ken CoteWWIV
508-829-5465
Holden, MA
Base Technologies
(1989-1992)
Stix, Sysop: Stix, Co-Sysops: Ford Prefect & Rock(o)PCBoard
"I was a co-sysop on this BBS for a period of time. I was friends with (and went to high school with) the Sysop. Ran on a 386 PC. The number spelled out "LINK" (508-829-LINK). I did an ad for the BBS in my ill-fated .GIF-zine, based on the album cover for the Rush album _Roll The Bones_. The ad can be seen here: http://www.gweep.net/~prefect/retrocomputing/hackerware/hacktronics_gazette_11_91/HG1191-4.GIF" - Ford Prefect
508-832-7725
AUBURN, MA
Main Street USA
(1989-1991)
Chris Silverberg
508-833-0508
Buzzards Bay, MA
Auto Exec BBS, Auto Exec Inc, AutoExec, The Autoexec BBS
(1989-1996)
Milton ShawPCBoard
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508-839-4597
GRAFTON, MA
Paragon STar Net, Paragon Star Network, STar Net, Star-Net/Paragon Help
(1989-1994)
Eric Drewry
508-840-6589
Leominster, MA
The Cannibal Cafe
(1988-1991)
Jody BurchsteadWildcat
"The BBS actually started as The Bat Cave in 88, was run by Bill Labaire in Fitchburg MA when I briefly moved out of town in 89, and then when I got back I rebuilt it as The Cannibal Cafe from 89 to 92." - Jody Burchstead
508-865-0498
MILLBURY, MA
Davy Jones Locker #2
(1989-1993)
Richard Kenadek
508-865-3290
MILLBURY, MA
DAVEY JONES LOCKER, Davy Jones Locker #1
(1989-1994)
Richard Kenadek
508-866-7878
CARVER, MA
99 Is Alive
(1989)
Michael
508-877-3800
Framingham, MA
The Out of Control BBS
(1986-1991)
Pink Floyd, PeepWWIV
508-877-8756
FRAMINGHAM, MA
FoReM PC
(1989-1994)
Matt Singer
508-879-4086
Framingham, MA
The Gater Bowl
(1982-1988)
Mitch CohenTRS-80 Color Computer (custom software)
"The Gater Bowl BBS was was run on a TRS-80 Color Computer (original revision E) with 32K RAM, two (later four) DEC RX-180 floppy drives, and a Novation CAT 300 baud auto-answer modem. The software was based on something I bought, but I don't remember the name, and was heavily customized. It was written in BASIC. I ran it in my parents' basement while in High School starting in 1982 if memory serves. In the fall of 1985 I started college and left the BBS running at home, but simultaneously ran a second copy from my freshman dorm room (Clark University in Worcester, MA). That one had a fancy 1200 baud modem. The college changed their phone system for my sophomore year and I could no longer get a second phone line, so that ended the second setup. Eventually running the home BBS remotely became a hassle, and I started playing with the BitNet connection at school, so the Gater Bowl was retired in late 1987 or early 1988. The hardware and disks are now in my basement and eventually I'll see if it all still boots. I still occasionally hear from former users. What a fun experience. The name The Gater Bowl came from the message ending "Later Gater" used initially by a high school friend, Bart, which caught on. When I see the football "Gator Bowl" game written out I still think THEY spell it wrong! The BBS was one of two BBS's run by members of the Framingham Color Computer Club. I don't remember the other's name or number, but if I can dig it up I'll add its info. One interesting story was as I was setting it up, and only one friend had the number, some random person dialed into it. Chatting with him I learned he was from far away (another state) and he'd come across the BBS while war-dialing. A very strange experience, the first stranger visiting the system. Another was being found by the local newspaper, the Middlesex News, and was interviewed for a story on BBS's and hacking (when hacking just started to be a big deal). The title of the story, "Enter the World of the Hacker." I was 16 at the time. I was considered a "good hacker." The Middlesex News later ran their own BBS. Since the BBS only had one line (as most did back then) the only interactive chatting was done between the dialup user and myself. I had friends visit all the time and we'd sit in the basement for hours chatting with whoever was there at the time. What fun. The BBS had no private messages (other than to the Sysop) - everything was public. It held, if I remember right, 30 messages total. One text file upload I remember well was a large Ferrari picture, which I printed on my Okidata microline 92 and had above the desk." - Mitch Cohen
508-883-0795
BLACKSTONE, MA
Bellingham Bored, PC-LIBRARY, The PC Library, The Titan
(1989-1994)
Tim Crowell, John SarmanianPCBoard
508-885-2543
SPENCER, MA
Silicon Valley BBS
(1989)
Paul Masiello
508-887-9449
GRAFTON, MA
Fusion Board, MassNet NE HUB 300, The Fusion Board
(1989-1995)
Kerry Archer
508-921-4864
BOSTON, MA
Net 324 Echo Coord, Software Connx, The Software Connection
(1989-1996)
Jim AllenPCBoard
508-927-2537
Beverly, MA
MassNet East, The Titan BBS, The Titan BBS Line 1, Titan BBS
(1989-1994)
Bob Chesley
508-927-6416
CAMBRIDGE, MA
MassNet NE
(1989)
Al Denis
508-927-7520
CAMBRIDGE, MA
The Godfathers Den BBS
(1989-1990)
James Allen
508-927-9447
CAMBRIDGE, MA
The Lions Den BBS
(1989)
Bob Surels
508-946-5205
Middleboro, MA
Late Night BBS
(1985-1990)
Aqualung, The Fugitive GuyCnet 64, Cnet 128
"Popular BBS run throughout 2nd half of 80's. First on a c-64 then on a C-128 running different versions of C-Net. We had a few hundred users, held several successfull 'real world' get togethers. I can honestly say running this BBS through my late teens and early 20's changed my life :)" - Scott Creesy
508-949-3590
Webster, MA
Ham Shack, MassNet Central, S/W Exchg, SOFTEXCH, Software Exchange, Software Exchange , The Ham Shack
(1989-2003)
Don EklundPCBoard
508-998-1415
NEW BEDFORD, MA
Whaling City BBS
(1989)
Larry Lygren
101 Sysops currently listed.
109 BBSes Listed.