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

MAP OF THE 516 AREA CODE
516-221-4450
NASZ 9, NY
Motherboard Elite
(1986)
Ascii Express
516-223-5180
NASZ 6, NY
SunShine II BBS
(1988-1999)
Mark GendellWildcat
"Loved running a BBS. The had a life of its own. I would come home from school or work and find how many new callers I had and what kind of files were uploaded. I Had online games like tradewars up there too. I moved out of my parents house in may of 1998, the BBS computer had a modem problem and was not answering the phone for over a year before I shut the phone line. I still have that computer in tact and I would love to set it up again to take BBS calls again. If you were a SunShine II BBS user please feel free to email me at mgendell@hotmail.com" - Mark Gendell
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516-226-3727
LINDENHURST, NY
G&L PC Components, Innov Comp Svcs, Innov.CompSvcs
(1988-1992)
Gregory Carman, Maas & Carman, Greg Carman, Carman/DouglasPCBoard
516-226-3895
LINDENHURST, NY
Innovative Computer Services, Long Island File Exchange
(1988-1996)
Greg Carman, Gregory CarmanPCBoard
516-228-7498
NASZ 5, NY
Adelphi Univ, Adelphi Univ (107/240), AU Soc Svc Ctr
(1986-1994)
Gunther Geiss, Sven Dietrich
516-234-2418
BRENTWOOD, NY
Kevin's Curse
(1989-1990)
Kevin Smith
516-234-6046
BRENTWOOD, NY
AMUG
(1988)
516-246-3689
STONY BROOK, NY
DoubleDOS HELP, MicroLab BBS
(1986)
David Melnik
516-249-0275
FARMINGDALE, NY
FileLink #1, LIFEBBS, Long Island File Exchange, Nassau County HUB
(1988-1997)
Gregory Carman, Greg Carman
516-281-3214
MASTIC, NY
Atlantis Group, Knights Rnd. Tbl.
(1989-1990)
Emulex/II
516-282-3027
YAPHANK, NY
Hobby Shop
(1989)
516-286-1033
PATCHOGUE, NY
NEW-LINE BBS, The New Line BBS
(1989-1994)
Joe HoodPCBoard
516-286-9928
PATCHOGUE, NY
Paumanok - T.P.A. BBS
(1989-1990)
Lenny Jacobs
516-293-2283
FARMINGDALE, NY
Radio Electronics bbs, Radio Electronics Mag, Radio ElectronicsBBS, RE-BBS
(1988-1994)
R.E. Magazine
516-295-0823
NASZ 3, NY
Y.C.A.M.P.
(1988)
516-295-1364
Valley Stream, NY
High Society
(1984-1989)
John Z. JohnC-Net 20
"2.2 Megabytes stored on 5 1/4 inch floppy drives. 1200 Baud modem. Custom software with gambling for download credits. It really was fun in my highschool years! - Johnny Z.
516-295-2097
NASZ 3, NY
Atlantic Janus
(1988)
Wildcat
516-328-1052
NASZ 2, NY
HALL 0 JSTIC
(1985)
Forem ST
516-328-7064
NASZ 2, NY
QBBS EAST
(1988)
Gene Coppola, Jean Coppola
516-328-9626
NASZ 2, NY
Bellarose BBS
(1988)
Red Ryder Host
516-334-3134
NASZ 5, NY
CBBS Long Island
(1982-1985)
516-346-2094
NASZ 8, NY
Grumman's BBS
(1987-1988)
Bob Shugart
516-348-6779
BRENTWOOD, NY
DataLink, Datalink BBS
(1989-1990)
Bill Riegger
516-349-0219
NASZ 8, NY
Innovations BBS
(1989)
516-349-7835
NASZ 8, NY
Wise Byte
(1987-1988)
Ron Chibnik
516-351-1748
HUNTINGTON, NY
PLANET EROS
(1985)
AMIS
516-358-2815
NASZ 2, NY
PCB Business Prof. REL, WGM Computer Consult. BBS
(1989-1991)
Wayne Maas, Wayne G. MaasPCBoard
516-361-4999
SMITHTOWN, NY
The Temple of Karnak
(1988)
The High Priest
516-361-6744
SMITHTOWN, NY
The Third Planet
(1988)
Rylos
516-361-9846
SMITHTOWN, NY
Rogue's Gallery
(1989)
516-364-4450
Woodbury, NY
Substation, Substation BBS, The Substation, The SubStation BBS
(1986-1994)
Paul Cangialosi, Paul BlaccardPCBoard
From the September 1994 issue of Boardwatch: Woodbury, New York since 04/86. Sysop: Paul Blaccard. Using PCBoard 15.0 with 4 lines on MS-DOS 80386 with 9000 MB storage. US Robotics at 16800 bps. No fee. Dependable quality BBS system. Featuring loads of DOS shareware files with one of the most exciting adult areas. Mentioned in the book "More Joy of Cybersex" for its innovative adult scans. Voice support (516)921-8312
516-365-5239
NASZ 1, NY
Forum ST Atari News
(1989-1991)
Geoff Kimball
516-367-6387
HUNTINGTON, NY
D-Squared BBS, D2 Systems BBS, IEEE C Port, LONG ISLAND HUB, Stray Dog
(1987-1995)
Don Daniels, David Melnik, Douglas Daniels
516-367-9626
HUNTINGTON, NY
Daniels-FIDO, IEEE Long Island
(1986-1993)
Bill Wilkes, Don DanielsFidoNet
516-368-5847
East Northport, NY
The Shadow's Lair
(1988-1994)
Keith ElkinTelegard
516-374-5071
Woodmere, NY
The Dragon's Lair
(1984-1985)
516-374-6045
Hewlett Harbor, NY
Enlarged Impasse BBS, The Enlarged Impasse BBS, The Software Palace
(1986-1991)
Ed Talvy, John HanshePCBoard
516-378-6747
NASZ 6, NY
MAGIC BBS
(1985)
AMIS
516-385-4017
Huntington, NY
The Eclipse!
(1986-1989)
HackeretteTelegard
"Made a lot of good friends while the site was up. We offered a little bit of everything - something for everyone. Shutting the site down was hard for me, but it was time for me to move on to the next stage of my life. I pretty much dropped out of the scene completely when I got married and would love to hear from anyone who remembers The Eclipse!" - Hackerette
516-399-1928
MASTIC, NY
Lions' Den
(1988)
516-423-9803
Huntington, NJ
The Alternate Reality
(1984-1986)
The RiddlerAMIS
"An Atari BBS running on the Atari 800, Atari 1050 and Indus GT disk drives. Also an Amdek dual drive. Blast from the past. :)" - The Riddler
516-424-3452
HUNTINGTON, NY
Brown Bag S/W - East PCB
(1989-1991)
Sandy Schupper
516-427-9519
HUNTINGTON, NY
Online Store
(1988)
Wildcat
516-432-9372
NASZ 6, NY
C.I.A.
(1985)
AMIS
516-434-8712
Brentwood, NY
The Black Hole
(1982-1994)
David FinkelsteinCustom, TBBS
"Initial BBS run on TRS-80 Model 3 with a single 512Kb floppy drive. Upgraded during the timespan to run on TRS-80 Model 4 with dual 512Kb floppy drives and 128Kb RAM." - David Finkelstein
516-437-0793
Franklin Square, NY
WWAR, W.W.A.R. BBS
(1989-1996)
Mike Zmuda, Chazz, Dr. John ReddyT.A.G.
"The name of the BBS stood for Wet, Wild, And Rabid. (The name of a band two of the SysOps were in.) Hosted files, doors (games) and later a FIDOnet message system. Initially ran off an IBM PS2/50z, and eventually, a 486. Had about 2 Gigs worth of storage, of which, about 400Megs were online at any given time." - Mike Zmuda
516-447-1129
PATCHOGUE, NY
SysCom UG
(1989-1990)
Ray WaltzPCBoard
516-462-6639
COMMACK, NY
Dynamic Micro ASCOM ANYWHERE
(1989-1991)
Stephen Hersh
516-466-1674
Great Neck, NY
Novus DirectMkt, Novus Online Services/ChatLink
(1987-1990)
Wagner BucciPCBoard, PCBoard and Galacticomm
"Novus Online Services and ChatLink were sister companies of New York City record company, Novus Records. The BBSes were subscription based services that provided forums, chat rooms and third party services like legal services, air travel reservations and shopping. The BBSes started using PCBoard and 6 IBM AT computers and later expanded to IBM 286 and better systems running Galacticomm and mimicking the CompuServe menu style." - Wagner Bucci
516-466-4623
NASZ 1, NY
Rivendell
(1988)
516-467-1387
RONKONKOMA, NY
LAKE BBS
(1985)
Forem ST
516-472-0691
SAYVILLE, NY
HUB 200 EchoMail Coord, Long Island HUB, The Idea X-Change
(1987-1991)
Mark Hawthorne, N2AYB
516-472-3111
SAYVILLE, NY
LION RCP/M (Long Island Osborne Network)
(1983)
516-472-6886
SAYVILLE, NY
Bloom County, Board at Universe
(1987)
Forum
516-473-1005
New York, NY
ABBS New York
(1983-1992)
ABBS
516-473-5438
PORT JEFFERSON, NY
Elco Boards, The Elco Base PCBoard
(1987-1991)
Eric GreenPCBoard
516-474-0459
PORT JEFFERSON, NY
Lighthouse II
(1989)
516-475-0890
Medford, NY
Murphy's Law BBS
(1984-1987)
Murph, Haxx, Kyle MurphyCNET64, C-NET
"I ran this BBS to trade cracked games for the C64. I had 4 x 1541 5.25 Disk drives, 2 x 1581 3.5 Disk Drives and an SFD drive. My co-horts were the sysops from the Friendly Cave BBS, The Misty Mountain BBS and the Lions Den BBS all in the 516 area code, (witch is now 631 area code). Back then I was a member of several crack groups, I often think back to the hilarious crack group wars we had going on." - Murph
516-475-6463
PATCHOGUE, NY
TI-Source Texaments
(1989)
Steve Lamberti
516-482-0338
NASZ 1, NY
Editing Room
(1987-1988)
Ed Barnola
516-482-8491
NASZ 1, NY
CONNECTION-80 Great Neck, R A C S I
(1982-1983)
516-483-3975
NASZ 5, NY
The Unicorn, Unicorn BBS
(1986-1996)
Jeff Matthews, Tom GranatelliPCBoard
516-485-4892
NASZ 5, NY
Christian Comm Svc BBS
(1989)
516-486-3196
NASZ 5, NY
Metro Com, Metrocom
(1987-1994)
Tony EllisPCBoard
516-486-4705
NASZ 5, NY
The Unknown, The Unknown/AT&T/Te
(1986-1996)
David JohnsonRBBS
516-487-1212
NASZ 1, NY
SEVEN SEAS HOTEL
(1982)
516-488-6528
Lake Success, NY
Canon Laser, Canon Printer Division Technical Support, Canon USA Inc, Canon USA, Inc.
(1988-1996)
David WellsTBBS , PCBoard
516-489-4061
NASZ 5, NY
The Commodore Connection
(1989)
Wildcat
516-491-0877
Melville, NY
The Dark Tower
(1982-2007)
The OverlordApplenet, GBBS Pro, Telegard, SynchroNet, MajorBBS, Worldgroup
516-493-0186
COMMACK, NY
GamePedller, The Game Peddler BBS
(1989-1996)
John SirabellaWildcat
516-496-2554
NASZ 7, NY
UNITEDNATION
(1985)
Carina BBS
516-536-1546
NASZ 3, NY
Big Apple BBS, Long Island (NY) Epson RCP/M
(1985-1996)
Barry MillerPCBoard
516-536-2089
NASZ 3, NY
BREAKER BBS 0x0
(1985)
516-536-6819
NASZ 3, NY
Sound Of Music, The Sound of Music #2
(1989-1991)
Paul WaldingerPCBoard
516-536-8723
NASZ 3, NY
SOM Premium Info Network, SOM Premium Info-Net, SOM Premium Information Network, Sound of Music BBS System, SoundofMusic, The Sound of Music #1
(1986-1996)
Paul WaldingerPCBoard
516-546-8025
NASZ 6, NY
South of the Bauder, South of the Border
(1986-1996)
Alan LinkerRBBS
516-546-8626
Merrick, NY,
Iron Curtain
(1984-1987)
Forem XL
516-561-6590
Long Island, NY
CBBS LICA LIMBS, L.I.C.A. Limbs BBS, Lica Limbs BBS
(1979-1996)
Dave Minott, WA2EXP, Harvey Fishman, Mark ZeigerPCBoard , CBBS, Original CBBS software
"One of the FIRST CBBS systems in the country! The CBBSBIOS.ASM was written for us by Bobby Dale Gifford dated 9/1/79, specifically for our hardware and Ward & Randy's software. I have all the original logs, paperwork, manuals and most hardware still in my basement! The original logs are on 8" floppy, but I also have Teletype hard copy back as far as 10/1980. On 2/20/81, I came up with something I called "InstaPoll", which was a CBBS add-on that allowed polling our users on a particular question, or subject, and then displaying the results of that poll, much as you now see on C/Net, etc. The code was written by me, Harvey Fishman and Mark Zeiger, who also wrote an XMODEM derivative. The CBBS was sponsored by the Long Island Computer Association, and was called the LICA Limbs (Long Island Mailbox System) I can supply further information and documentation, if needed. I shut down the system when the users migrated to the Internet, and can supply a more accurate date (the final phone bill is somewhere in the pile.) By 12/81, we had logins from over 15 states and Canada." - Dave Minott
516-564-2209
NASZ 5, NY
Sanctuary
(1989)
516-567-8267
Centereach, NY
Bi-Tech PCB, CONNECTION-80 Centereach, CONNECTION-80 Long Island, Connection-80 TPM (RTPM)
(1984-1991)
Tom Vande-Stouwe, Al RosenPCBoard, CONNECTION-80
516-568-2012
Valley Stream, NY
The Forgotten Realms
(1988-1990)
KreatorCnet128
516-569-0187
NASZ 3, NY
ADVENTURE GM
(1985)
AMIS
516-569-8859
NASZ 3, NY
ACT 1 BBS, ACT I
(1988-1991)
Jeffry RosenfeldWildcat
516-575-5838
NASZ 8, NY
FIDO #86 Grummons-Fido, Grumman's BBS, Grummans-Fido, Grummons Fido
(1984-1989)
Tom Pantazi, John Peebles, Don DanielsFidoNet
516-579-6380
NASZ 8, NY
The Realm
(1986)
Ascii Express
516-579-7507
NASZ 8, NY
Big Boy's BBS, EchoLink #9, HUB 200 EchoMail Coord, Long Island Outpost, Utopia Tech BBS, Utopia Technologies Limited, Utopia Technologies Ltd.
(1989-1998)
Bob Glasser, B GlasserWildcat
516-579-9738
Levittown, NY
The Gods' Playland
(1984-1993)
John QuinnSeveral (including customized)
"This BBS ran on an Atari 8-Bit computer. It started out with an Atari 800 48k with a single 1050 drive and running at 300 Baud with a genuine Hayes modem. It expanded to an Atari 800, a 1050 drive and an Indus GT drive. Later it was running on an Atari 130XE w/ Ram Disk along with those two drives. Eventually it ended up running with a modified 130XE with 512k memory, 40 megs MFM drive (formatted as an RLL drive to get 60 megs out of it) with the 130XE ram drive, a 256k MIO ram drive, and the two floppies mentioned above. In the old days it would answer the phone by a device I rigged up to plug into the joystick port and the phone system, since the 1030 modem didn't have an auto-answer option. The interface was changed to an 850, and then finally to the MIO. Ironic that back then when I got a 1200 Baud modem it felt like I was flying. When the 2400 Baud came out it was something of a miracle. But then again back in the early days if you had 300 Baud modem you were supposed to report it to the phone company. How times change. If anyone used to be a member of the BBS I'd love to hear from you. Contact my current website www.weavingtech.com or if you wish to learn more about the BBS I'd love to discuss it." - John Quinn
516-581-6540
BAY SHORE, NY
Captain Jack's BBS
(1988-1995)
Brett HagerRenegade
"This was a great hobby for me and it gave me the opportunity to make some good friends and meet some great people. The BBS actually started back in 1985 as a private board for some friends and worked it's way up to a full fledged system. I had started with AMIS on the old Atari, then moved up to WWIV, then Telegard and finally to Renegade. We had decent turnouts for our BBS meets and great times. Since shutting down the board, I have moved off Long Island up to Westchester. Thanks alot and keep up the great work." - Brett Hager
516-581-8696
BAY SHORE, NY
Tele-Trend BBS
(1984)
516-582-9885
BRENTWOOD, NY
Kevin's Curse
(1988-1991)
Kevin Smith
516-586-9765
DEER PARK, NY
S.C.A.M.S.
(1985)
AMIS
516-588-4332
RONKONKOMA, NY
Haywire
(1989)
516-588-5836
RONKONKOMA, NY
CONNECTION-80 Centereach
(1982-1985)
516-621-9296
NASZ 4, NY
Adventure BBS
(1982-1983)
516-626-6990
NASZ 4, NY
STARSHIP AT
(1985)
Forem ST
516-627-9048
NASZ 1, NY
NET-WORKS Pirate's Trek, PIRATE'S LODGE, PIRATES LODGE
(1982-1984)
516-661-3643
BABYLON, NY
No Frills, South Shore ARC
(1988-1994)
WB2VOZ
516-661-4881
BABYLON, NY
AmigaAdvantage
(1988)
516-661-9284
BABYLON, NY
AfterImages System A, AfterIMAGES-A
(1987-1988)
Joe TomasoneCit286
516-669-8577
BABYLON, NY
Metro Board
(1986-1996)
Ken OstrachoTelegard
516-669-8885
BABYLON, NY
Utopia BBS
(1987)
Jim SilviaCit286
516-671-5763
NASZ 4, NY
DUNGEON
(1985)
AMIS
516-673-3141
HUNTINGTON, NY
COLLOSSAL CAV
(1985)
AMIS
516-673-6785
HUNTINGTON, NY
Buy-Sell, Buy/Sell BBS
(1988-1994)
Wildcat
516-676-6874
NASZ 4, NY
IEEE C Port
(1989)
David Melnik
516-679-0674
NASZ 9, NY
Modem News Online, MODEMNEWS BBS, ModemNews mag, ModemNews Magazine BBS
(1989-1994)
Jeff GreenWildcat
516-682-8525
NASZ 7, NY
D2-FIDO, LONG ISLAND HUB, NY MetroNet
(1986)
Don DanielsFidoNet
516-689-2566
Stony Brook, NY
SEARCHLIGHT, Searchlight Software Home BBS, Searchlt Home
(1988-1996)
Frank LaRosaSearchlight
516-689-3105
Stony Brook, NY
The Zeitgeist, Zeitgeist
(1986-1988)
Sanford BarrAmiga BBS
"The Long Island hub of Amiga (Commodore) information and files. Much to our surprise it routinely attracted international and national callers. This was run in the offices of 'The Working Computer', a computer store based in Stony Brook, Long Island that specialized in Amiga and PC sales. The site started operation in 1996 and lived on until sometime in 1998." - Sanford Barr
516-689-6839
STONY BROOK, NY
Dr. Jerry BBS
(1987-1991)
Dr. Jerry GraberPCBoard
516-698-4008
Long Island, NY
ABBS Pirates Cove, PIRATE'S COVE, Pirates Cove
(1982-1986)
Jeff MichaelsABBS
516-698-6182
SELDEN, NY
Computer Palac
(1988)
516-698-8619
SELDEN, NY
Long Island CBBS
(1980)
Tim Nicholas
516-724-0971
SMITHTOWN, NY
SEARCHLIGHT BBS, Searchlight home
(1987-1994)
Frank LaRosa
516-735-8414
NASZ 8, NY
Sunshine BBS
(1988)
Wildcat
516-736-2208
SELDEN, NY
Bald Hill Tech Contrl, Bald Hill Tech. Ctl.
(1988-1989)
W2JUP
516-736-7344
SELDEN, NY
FAX BOARD
(1988)
Wildcat
516-737-1429
Ronkonkoma, NY
The Cat's Den III, The Courtroom BBS
(1983-1986)
Boot ZeroNetworks ][, GBBS, NetworX
"20MB of warez, g-Files and message bases. Underground area for phreaks, codes and hacks, accessible through one of the text based online games." - Boot Zero
516-737-2739
RONKONKOMA, NY
LandOfConfusio
(1988)
516-737-8217
RONKONKOMA, NY
Logylink BBS
(1989-1994)
Tom LouvarisWildcat
516-741-6914
NASZ 5, NY
Rail Road DBBS, RAILROAD BBS, The Rail Road BBS
(1985-1994)
Norman Bell, Andrew Brenner
516-742-0039
NASZ 5, NY
MUG-BBS
(1985)
Frank Fallon
516-742-5949
NASZ 5, NY
MOUNTAIN
(1985)
Forem ST
516-751-5639
STONY BROOK, NY
Mid-Suffolk RCP/M and Data Exchange, RCP/M Mid-Suffolk
(1983-1985)
516-751-6619
STONY BROOK, NY
Charlies Place
(1988)
Wildcat
516-753-0854
Long Island, NY
Inner Logic, Name BBS
(1984-1989)
Rich Phillipson
516-757-1300
Northport, NY
The Sperm Bank
(1989-1991)
The SperminatorDoveNet Network BBS
516-757-3069
NORTHPORT, NY
Lighthouse BBS
(1989-1991)
Bill Collins
516-757-9469
NORTHPORT, NY
IEEE Port
(1987-1988)
David Melnik
516-764-5328
NASZ 3, NY
Sound Of Music, The Sound of Music #3
(1989-1991)
Paul WaldingerPCBoard
516-775-5811
NASZ 2, NY
QBBS EAST
(1987)
Gene Coppola
516-781-5431
levitown, NY
Bloom County
(1987-1990)
Spydor & Peter Ace
"Oh Wow! Just googled my own site for fun. Bloom County BBS was started out as a small game swapping BBS site until Peter ace joined in and wanted to work on some programming. (He even donated a Meg drive and we became a User Forum. Who ever wrote the dates got it right. Spent my career building web sites and now a digital project manager. Would love to hear from anyone who used the site." - Spyder
516-783-0260
NASZ 9, NY
C.U.B.
(1988)
516-783-6862
NASZ 9, NY
ATARI CIRCUIT
(1985)
AMIS
516-791-1427
NASZ 3, NY
The Demon's Crypt =SoC= (Society of Chaos) World Headquarters, =PHX= =PHRACK =B.A.D.=
(1988-1992)
Stalker (A.k.a. The Cryptkeeper)Telegard, Renegade, Aftershock
"Hey to all who remember such a great part of my history. The BBS ran on an 80286 With a 1200 baud modem eventually going to 2400 WoW! The board consisted of H/P/A/V/C for those of you who dont remember it is Hacking/Phreaking/Anarchy/Virii/Carding :P ahh the good ole days :) It was affiliated with numerous groups. The board itself was Telegard/Renegade/Aftershock I switched them up every now and then. I remember spending hours studying the Telegard manual to bring the best content to the bbs doors/games/messaging and as a reward I had a 99% busy bbs! If you were lucky enough for me to think you were leet enough to become a member (LOL I was such a prick back then :P) then email me I would love to hear from you. Shout outs to: Killer Beast -What Up dude email me! Mak-Attack, Surak, Shadow Demon - DUDE email me! Professor Charles Xavier - SUP MAN! Email me at: movieguy_1629@hotmail.com" - Stalker/Cryptkeeper
516-795-5874
NASZ 9, NY
PC BBS
(1989-1998)
D K Lee, D. K. LeeWildcat
516-796-0578
NASZ 8, NY
No Frills BBS, NoFrills BBS
(1989-1994)
516-796-3285
NASZ 8, NY
Family Ledgers
(1987-1989)
Alfred N.Stone
516-796-7686
NASZ 8, NY
HardDiskCafe, The Hard Disk Cafe
(1989-1996)
Neil ChodkowskiPCBoard
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516-821-9453
SHOREHAM, NY
Pyramid
(1988)
Wildcat
516-822-7396
Hicksville, NY
Power BBS, Power Computing Technical Support, PowerBBS Support Line, The World BBS
(1989-1995)
Russell FreyPCBoard
516-825-8465
NASZ 3, NY
LIKUG (Long Island Kaypro User's Group) MBBS/RCPM
(1985)
Murray Simsolo
516-826-7866
Long Island, NY
Wizards' Vale
(1980-1999)
Disk WizardC-Net (Commodore 64 then 128, then Amiga)
"At its peak, The Wizards' Vale had over 1000 users from all over the world utilizing three phone lines. It started on a measly Commodore 64 in the early 1980's and eventually upgraded to a Commodore 128 and then a Commodore Amiga with over a gigabyte of data and files (which was quite a feat back in the 80's and 90's). The Vale was also the first BBS on Long Island: (i) to upgrade to 2400 baud (yes, it even started on a 300 baud modem and had users logging on at 110 baud); (ii) to run the C-Net Amiga BBS program; and (iii) to run a hard drive on a Commodore 128 BBS." - Disk Wizard
516-829-4251
NASZ 1, NY
Great Neck RBBS
(1987-1989)
Lloyd Kreiger
516-829-8564
NASZ 1, NY
L.I.P.S. (Long Island Pirate Society)
(1982-1983)
Zev Silverman
Ran on my Apple ][e with AppleCat 1200 baud modem. I first had my Hayes Smartmodem 300; it switched between 300 and 110 baud!!!! Hahahahahahaah - Zev Silverman
516-842-1712
LINDENHURST, NY
Utopian Quest LI
(1986)
Mitch Kessler
516-842-4259
LINDENHURST, NY
Infosys, Island Information Systems
(1989-1994)
Leo CaulfieldWildcat
516-842-6231
LINDENHURST, NY
CNS Computing Services
(1987-1991)
Chuck HedgePCBoard
516-842-7518
LINDENHURST, NY
Long Island HUB, Utopian Quest LI
(1987-1996)
Mitch Kessler
516-867-4469
NASZ 6, NY
Network-2000
(1988)
516-868-1741
NASZ 6, NY
Intelec Online
(1989-1996)
Cliff WatkinsPCBoard
516-868-8326
NASZ 6, NY
NY Mac BBS
(1985)
516-878-8466
MASTIC, NY
CAMELOT
(1985)
Forem ST
516-883-7016
Port Washington, NY
Port PC RBBS
(1981-1985)
M KriegerRBBS-PC
"Originally launched on an Atari 800, and moved to RBBS-PC on an IBMPC in 1981. Huge (12MB) hard drive was on loan from Charles Wang, founder of Computer Associates, in return for consulting on his computer retail store on Long Island. This board was taken down in 1985 after a hacker deleted all files from the disk." - M. Krieger
516-921-8312
NASZ 7, NY
Substation
(1987)
516-928-4986
PORT JEFFERSON, NY
East Coast MIDI BBS, EastCoastMIDI
(1988-1991)
Gene LeLibero, Gene DeLiberoPCBoard
516-933-8944
NASZ 8, NY
The Legal Connection BBS
(1989-1994)
516-935-2027
NASZ 8, NY
The Ancient Pond
(1984-1991)
Michael HoferWildcat
516-935-3613
Nassau County, NY
The Oven BBS
(1983-1984)
AE
516-938-6722
NASZ 8, NY
Big Jim's House Of Files, H-O-F, House Of Files Online, P.D.S.L.O. BBS, PDSLO-BBS
(1987-1996)
Jim ToroTBBS
516-944-6594
NASZ 1, NY
GENERAL STORE
(1985)
AMIS
516-944-6712
NASZ 1, NY
RBBS IBM PC Long Island
(1984-1985)
516-979-9298
Kings Park, NY
Our Gang
(1985)
Dan RubinAMIS
516-997-7002
NASZ 5, NY
CSTL REVELSTON
(1985)
AMIS
101 Sysops currently listed.
164 BBSes Listed.