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

MAP OF THE 714 AREA CODE
714-240-7978
Santa Margarita, CA
Pirate Cove BBS
(1986-1987)
Sea DogCNet
714-241-3759
SANTA ANA, CA
The PC Emporium
(1989-1991)
Ken Posey
714-250-7260
IRVINE, CA
mcSystem West
(1988)
Mark Milhollan
714-255-9508
BREA, CA
Colossus Galactica, Orange Co East
(1989-1995)
Rich LockyerWildcat
714-271-5615
ANAHEIM, CA
San Diego RCPM
(1982)
714-282-6055
ORANGE, CA
AIM On-line, Aim On-Line Services, Aim Online Services, SCCM CommLink, SCCM CommLink
(1989-1996)
Darin MayGAP
714-295-8280
ANAHEIM, CA
PMS-MISSION VALLEY
(1982)
714-333-1845
LOS ANGELES - P, CA
NET-WORKS Fantasy Voyage
(1984)
714-350-8583
ANAHEIM, CA
Fontana RIBBS, FontanaRiBBS
(1987-1989)
C&P Covert, Peter Covert PCBoard
714-351-9029
ANAHEIM, CA
NBS Servics & Repair
(1988)
Wildcat
714-354-6227
ANAHEIM, CA
FunHouse BBS PCB 90m
(1989-1991)
Kent Godding
714-354-8004
ANAHEIM, CA
Greene Machine, GREENE MACHINE Riverside
(1983-1984)
714-359-1339
ANAHEIM, CA
TriClone
(1989-1994)
Dan Shue
714-359-1586
ANAHEIM, CA
TBBS
(1989)
714-359-3189
Riverside, CA
Commnet 386, Commnet-386, COMMNET-80, COMMNET-80 BBS, COMNET-80 Riverside
(1982-1996)
Stephen King, Steven KingPCBoard, COMNET-80, PCBoard
714-359-3290
ANAHEIM, CA
WORD OF LIFE , Word of Life BBS
(1985-1992)
Earl BeachlerPCBoard
714-361-2453
ANAHEIM, CA
Radio Free California
(1989-1990)
Robb Topolski
714-364-7078
LOS ANGELES - P, CA
The Desert Rat RBBS
(1988-1989)
Don Appleton
714-369-9766
LOS ANGELES, CA
Patriquin's BBS, Patriquin's BBS , Patriquins Utility Support BBS
(1987-1996)
Norm PatriquinPCBoard, PCBoard
714-370-0834
ORANGE, CA
Camelot RBBS-PC
(1989-1994)
Mike Daniles, Michael Danieles
714-370-4211
ORANGE, CA
Exile's Gate RBBS-PC, San Bernardino/Riverside Hub
(1989)
Jonathan L Woods
714-381-2887
ANAHEIM, CA
RCP/M, ICU
(1985-1989)
John Hohensee & Cliff Smith
714-381-6013
ANAHEIM, CA
Inland County NET, Inland Empire NET, PC Spectrum , RBBS-PC Help, San Bernardino/Riverside HUB, The 'PC' Spectrum (tm) RBBS-PC, The PC Spectrum RBBS-PC, The RBBS-Net BBS, The RBBS-NET Gateway
(1985-1996)
Rod BowmanRBBS
714-443-8754
Santee, CA
PMS
(1981)
Bill BluePMS
714-447-1623
FULLERTON, CA
AnaHug, AnaHUG BBS
(1987-1990)
John Secor
714-458-3652
ANAHEIM, CA
Sinbad's Dungeon
(1987-1988)
Mike Marquardt
714-458-6858
Laguna Hills, CA
Bonzai's Hideaway
(1988-1991)
Bonzai BobWWIV
"No dedicated line, ran only at night. Featured ANSI Art rivalry with Hard Knox." - A. Priestley
714-472-8241
FULLERTON, CA
Asylum ][, The Asylum
(1986)
Ascii Express
714-491-1003
ANAHEIM, CA
The Desktop BBS
(1984-1996)
Mark Murphy, David Lawrence, Kerry Garrison
"One of the first Macintosh BBSs in Orange County, came out after the famed Mousehole BBS. Ran on an Apple ][+ starting out and eventually ran on a Mac. Shut down in 1996 due to the Internet. The BBS kind of lives on via an email list which previous users can subscribe at Desktop-on@list.Mac-Online.com." - Mark Murphy
714-493-3819
Crow's Nest , Crow's Nest,a.-9, CrowNest GAPHQ, GAP Development Company Technical Support, The Crow's Nest, The Crow's Nest GAP
(1985-1998)
Kenny GardnerGAP
714-494-5272
IRVINE, CA
Laguna Xroads
(1986)
Jay Christy
714-495-1070
ANAHEIM, CA
RCP/M CBBS MV-HUG
(1984)
714-495-9384
ANAHEIM, CA
RCP/M MV-HUG
(1984)
714-496-2419
ANAHEIM, CA
ano $ Gateways Compuc, Gateways Compuc, Gateways Compucomm
(1989-1994)
714-499-1579
Pension Information Exch.
(1988-1990)
Wildcat
714-521-1937
BUENA PARK, CA
Orv's Place
(1987-1990)
Orville Stoll
714-521-5811
BUENA PARK, CA
Orange Co West, The Flightline
(1988-1996)
Greg Peters
714-523-5165
Buena Park, CA
NET-WORKS Pirate's Board, Pirate's Board
(1984-1985)
NET-WORKS
714-524-0265
PLACENTIA, CA
C.T.S.
(1986-1989)
Frank McNeil
714-524-1228
Fullerton, CA
RACS V Fullerton
(1982-1984)
714-524-9326
PLACENTIA, CA
Music Term #2, PARANET FIDO
(1986-1987)
Marc Gohres
714-526-2387
FULLERTON, CA
AXIOS BBS
(1988)
Wildcat
714-528-1074
PLACENTIA, CA
AE LINE: 42
(1984)
714-528-2653
PLACENTIA, CA
The bottomless pit
(1988-1991)
Allen Castellan, The Jinx
714-528-7925
PLACENTIA, CA
GameDebt
(1987)
Bill Kress
714-529-9666
Brea, CA
War Tech BBS
(1989-1995)
Ben DurdaPC Board
"I can add more later if you like. War Tech BBS was started as away to get to learn programing. I started out with Wildcat, and moved to PCboard less then a year later. It was a heavy modded board. My board was the 1st to use many CD Roms at one time. Seems I was at that time the only admin to get 3/4 CD Roms working on one computer. This gave life to my board. Why it do not start out as a adult board, it soon became one. Guess it was going to be that being I had 9 Adult CDs on line at the time and each being 600+megs each. I did have 13 nodes, with 15 computers running in my bedroom." - Ben Durda
714-530-2554
GARDEN GROVE, CA
The Tiger's Den, Tigers Den
(1985-1996)
Jazmyn Concolor, Shayn Raney
714-530-4765
Danbury, CT
BULLET-80 Danbury, CT, BULLET-80 Garden Grove, CA
(1984-1985)
BULLET-80
714-530-8226
GARDEN GROVE, CA
OCTUG Orange County
(1982-1984)
714-531-3834
SANTA ANA, CA
Christian Information Exchange
(1988-1991)
Mike Wallace
714-531-5609
Orange County, CA
Morrison Hotel
(1986-1989)
Eric Pederson, Mike CantuSkynet
"Morrison Hotel (MoHo) was started in 1986 as a way to learn Unix and meet girls. It was a 10-line multi-user BBS offering Chat, Message Boards, Email, Games, File Transfers, Voting, and much more.

"The sysops were Mike Cantu and myself, both 19 year old (in 1986) college students going to California State University Long Beach.

"Mike and I spent a number of years as interns administering a IBM mainframe system used by students in our high school district. On that system we wrote some of the predecessors of MoHo features (in Fortran!). We also spent a lot of time online during high school on different BBSes around the country and in Orange County.

"The software for the MoHo was developed from scratch by us in C, running Unix System V/3 on a Convergent Technologies miniframe (first) and then SCO Unix on a 386 tower. We had ten 2400 baud US Robotics Sportsters.

"The users of the board were primarily college kids and teenagers. It was a prime place to meet the opposite sex via Chat :) The users got together for parties all the time.

"Because 10 phone lines weren't cheap (neither was the $10,000 Convergent Miniframe), we charged a $10/month flat rate subscription (we also had a "credits" plan where you were charged for online usage). Access to the message boards and email were free, as was limited access to chat. We strongly believed that the basic features of our bulletin board should always be free.

"The chat system we developed was heavily influenced by Diversidial. Lots of cool and unique features (like Jive mode, if you remember the old Unix jive filter). A clone of the MoHo chat system (same UI, different code base) was used by Vrave based at hyperreal.org

"The message boards we developed were very heavily influenced by PicoSpan (the original software that the Well ran). Featuring threaded topics, etc.

"The email system and the menuing system we developed were heavily influenced by Forum-PC (probably the best DOS PC BBS software there was, followed by WWIV)

"Among the many games (there were lots of freeware games for Unix) was a game we wrote called TAC - Tactical Armored Command. This was a real-time, multiuser tank battle game. People spent hours and hours playing that game!

"File transfers used gz, a freeware Unix file transfer program that supported x/y/zmodem.

"We did not advertise because the phone lines were always busy (tho we had a 30 minute timeout after which you were hung up on to let someone else get a chance to get in). We had numerous phone numbers, so that MoHo would be local dialing to the widest area.

"A company called US CAD hired us, and adopted Morrison Hotel to try to turn it into a profitable business (both from subscriptions and from developing the software to sell to other sysops). The business never panned out though, for a number of reasons. We were eventually laid off from US CAD in 1989 and Morrison Hotel was shut down. We did not have the motivation to start it back up again.

"That is the story of Morrison Hotel." - Eric Pederson

714-532-5698
ORANGE, CA
CUTE, Cute BBS
(1988-1989)
714-533-6451
Fullerton, CA
Digital Dementians
(1987-1991)
Frans LagersuuferMaximus
"Member of the ChainMail group in 1992. Originally a text files repository."
714-534-1547
GARDEN GROVE, CA
G F R N Data Exchange (RBBS) Garden, G.F.R.N Data Exchange [RBBS] Garden Grove, G.F.R.N. Data Exchange (RBBS) Garden Grove, GFRN Data Exchange (RBBS) Garden Grove, GFRN NET-WORKS, RCP/M RBBS GFRN Data Exch., RCP/M RBBS GFRN Dta Exch. Garden Grove
(1982-1985)
Doug Laing
714-535-1258
ANAHEIM, CA
North Orange Co, Orange Co Admin, Orange Co CA, Philosopher's Log HST, Philosophers Log, Philosophers Log HST, Philosophers Log II
(1986-1994)
Jim Bacon
714-535-1319
ANAHEIM, CA
Motown - L.A. BBS, Motown Los Angeles, Motown-LA
(1989-1996)
Mike KrussGAP
714-537-7355
Garden Grove, CA
FIDO #313 Mikes Rainbow, King James RB, Mikes Rainbow, ORANGE, Orange Co CA
(1984-1991)
Mike HamiltonFidoNet
714-537-7913
GARDEN GROVE, CA
Orange County Dta Exchange
(1982-1984)
714-538-3103
ORANGE, CA
Adventure's Tavern, Adventurer's Tavern
(1984-1985)
714-539-2477
GARDEN GROVE, CA
NC Orange Co CA, Orange Co East, The Master's BBS
(1989-1994)
Mike Levonius, Michael LevoniusTelegard
714-539-8644
GARDEN GROVE, CA
12 & 12 Anonymous BBS, 12 & 12 Board, Orange Co North, Orange County North
(1989-1994)
Joe JaredWildcat
714-540-5663
SANTA ANA, CA
Shaolin Temple/Leopard
(1985)
714-544-0434
TUSTIN, CA
Quad County
(1988)
Michael White
714-544-0934
TUSTIN, CA
Homer
(1989-1990)
Rick Ellis
714-544-3369
TUSTIN, CA
Mike's Rainbow, Mount Silverthorn, Orange Co CA, Reg 10 Echo Coor, Reg 10 EchoCoord
(1987-1988)
David Garrett
714-544-8251
TUSTIN, CA
MST FIDO
(1988-1991)
David GarrettFidoNet
714-545-0409
SANTA ANA, CA
Jade South
(1989)
Wildcat
714-545-1706
SANTA ANA, CA
1139/South! Acer 1100 '386
(1989-1991)
Kevin Collins
714-545-4648
SANTA ANA, CA
PIG-STY Costa Mesa
(1982-1983)
714-545-5768
SANTA ANA, CA
Music Term #1
(1986)
Michael David
714-545-7359
SANTA ANA, CA
IDBN Info-Net
(1982-1983)
714-547-0719
SANTA ANA, CA
Happy Trails BBS
(1989-1995)
Don Inglehart
714-547-5098
SANTA ANA, CA
Ham 'n' Eggs BBS
(1989)
714-547-6220
SANTA ANA, CA
VERGA 80
(1983-1984)
714-548-4836
Network XXIII
(1988-1991)
Jim BrandonPCBoard
714-550-0319
SANTA ANA, CA
Trixxx
(1986)
Randy Snell
714-551-0565
Irvine Software
(1986-1987)
Rick Ray
714-551-2974
Cyborg
(1989)
Wildcat
714-551-4336
Greene Machine, Irvine Line
(1982-1984)
714-551-8153
THE System
(1987)
Bowen Goletz
714-552-3036
Midi 'N Music, Orange Co South, Post Central
(1988-1991)
Bowen Goletz
714-552-3515
$ Software Exchange, S/W Xchg,+CDR, Software Exchange BBS, The Software Exchange
(1989-1996)
John CoonWildcat
714-552-4424
Irvine, CA
The White House
(1985-1990)
Lord Reagan - Steven VachaniWild Cat
714-553-9084
Irvine Board
(1987-1989)
Ken Ingram
714-554-4520
GARDEN GROVE, CA
RBBS IBM PC Eagle Computer BBS
(1985)
714-557-6864
SANTA ANA, CA
Galaxy Nochange
(1989-1994)
714-561-7277
ANAHEIM, CA
PMS-SANTEE
(1982)
714-562-6069
Placentia, CA
The Belching Dragon Inn & Tavern
(1988-1996)
Hendel ThistletopMaximus CBCS
"As for The Dragon, I have a little history page up on my website, at http://www.belchingdragon.com/draghst.html. After the dialup board went down, I tried for a while to create the same experience on a website - that never worked out, but I still maintain a mailing list to which many of the original "Irregulars" still contribute. Like several of your interview subjects, to this day my closest friends (not to mention my wife) are people I met through The Dragon. Funny story for you (the "sysop" stuff from disc 1 is still echoing in my head). One of the Irregulars had a young daughter; she was probably about seven at the time. Very smart, precocious kid that we all treated as "ours" at the weekly board social events. One day her mom gets a call from school, wanting to know if the girl needed to be punished. Seems that someone was trying to explain the idea of "God" to her, as the entity that created and maintains the universe. In her eureka moment, Smaltos exclaimed, "Oh, you mean he's a sysop!" Her teachers didn't know the word, and thought it might be a foreign/naughty one. :-)" - Hendel Thistletop
714-581-1556
HUNTINGTON BEACH, CA
Mvkug RBBS/RCPM
(1984-1985)
Randy Tincher
714-581-7600
Irvine, CA
Toshiba America - Computers BBS, Toshiba America Info. Systems, TOSHIBA Printers, Toshiba T-Net
(1986-1994)
Bob Stillwell
714-582-8362
SANTA ANA IRVINE, CA
SafeHouse
(1989)
714-582-9557
SANTA ANA IRVINE, CA
PMS-SAN DIEGO
(1982)
714-586-6836
Mission Viejo, CA
Plain Wrap BBS
(1986-1993)
CoyoteCNet
"Started as Plain Wrap BBS with the Commodore 64 (three 1541's and one SFD-1001), then went to the Amiga 500, then the Amiga 2000 then got a 68020 upgrade. The Amiga had a 20GB hard disc and a dual port serial card. Had one line with a 28.8K USR Dual Standard (714-586-6836) had a second line with a 14.4K USR Dual Standard (714-586-8366). Then went to Black Rainbow BBS until taken down in 1993." - Coyote
714-588-9178
ANAHEIM, CA
Excaliburs Pond
(1989)
Wildcat
714-590-1681
GARDEN GROVE, CA
Music Terminal
(1988-1989)
Marc Gohres
714-593-6144
HUNTINGTON BEAC, CA
Gentle Rain Forum, Gentle Rain Forum (CFN), Gentle Rain Forum WWI
(1989-1995)
Richard Truitt
714-599-1547
RCP/M RBBS San Dimas
(1984)
714-599-2109
RCP/M RBBS San Dimas, San Dimas RBBS/RCPM
(1983-1985)
Stu Anthony
714-599-5028
Irvine, TX
Cyber Space
(1989)
Wildcat
714-621-2536
ORANGE, CA
GBBSPro 24 hours
(1989-1991)
Scott Crenshaw
714-624-1767
ANAHEIM, CA
BBS IBM Hostcomm Claremont
(1983)
714-627-7267
IRVINE, CA
Music Terminal
(1989-1990)
Marc Gohres
714-627-8126
IRVINE, CA
Kiwi's Nest
(1987-1989)
Ben Kovitz
714-630-5619
ANAHEIM, CA
Bits'N Pieces
(1988)
714-630-7104
ANAHEIM, CA
RCP/M RBBS EPSON
(1984-1985)
714-630-7601
ANAHEIM, CA
Sinbad's Dungeon
(1989-1990)
Mike Marquardt
714-632-8332
ANAHEIM, CA
RCP/M RBBS EPSON
(1983-1984)
714-632-9117
ANAHEIM, CA
Berkshire, FIDO #336 Berkshire
(1985)
Harry Lee
714-633-2481
ORANGE, CA
Port A Fido, Port A Opus
(1986-1990)
Bill HeatonFidoNet
714-633-5240
ORANGE, CA
North Orange County Computer Club, RCP/M CBBS N.O.C. Comp. Club
(1982-1984)
714-633-6619
Orange, CA
NEEON-19
(1984-1988)
Wally the Weirdo (aka Prof. Feedlebom)CNet, Citadel
"NEEON-19 was a small BBS run in conjunction with a voice-based comment line of the same name (that number was 714-633-7610) that had a small but tightly-knit userbase. Originally run on a C-64 with two floppy drives, by the end it was running on an Atari ST with a small hard drive. NEEON-19 was arguably more famous for the voice comment line we ran, which attained a small amount of infamy for being the worst-run of such lines in the Los Angeles area. Hey, we were 16 at the time.. and were more interested in girls than production values." - Wally the Weirdo
714-636-2667
GARDEN GROVE, CA
KANDY SHACK #1, KandyShack, The Kandy Shack
(1989-1996)
Mike BernsteinPCBoard
714-637-2094
ORANGE, CA
RBBS IBM PC Orange County
(1984)
714-637-2464
ORANGE, CA
Syslink
(1989)
714-637-4021
ORANGE, CA
RBBS IBM PC Orange County
(1984)
714-638-2298
GARDEN GROVE, CA
F.O.G., FOG, Orange Co CA, Orange Co West, Pres Club 103, Satelite NEC, Satelite NEC Club 103, Satellite Link, Sattelite Link, StoreKeeper Club 103
(1986-1998)
Jim Ward, Planet Connect
714-638-7538
GARDEN GROVE, CA
Data Xfer
(1989)
714-639-6670
ORANGE, CA
Top Gun BBS
(1989)
Randy Holland
714-639-7725
Irvine, CA
Ham 'n' Eggs BBS, MicroCom Communications Serv.
(1989-1993)
714-642-0561
HUNTINGTON BEACH, CA
Bourbon St. West, Bourbon Street West, Orange Co South Coast
(1987-1994)
Craig Armstrong
714-642-4408
HUNTINGTON BEACH, CA
ASC US Group, FIDO #66 Info*Net, Info*Net, Info-Net
(1984-1986)
Richard HartFidoNet
714-643-3066
Laguna Hills, Laguna Hills BBS, Laguna Hills RBBS-PC, Laguna Hills RCPM/RBBS
(1985-1996)
Mark SteinPCBoard
714-644-7942
BULLET-80 Pirate Place
(1983-1984)
714-645-5256
ABBS Newport Beach
(1982-1983)
714-645-6581
End of the Line, THE END OF THE LINE
(1988-1994)
Wildcat
714-645-7747
Costa Mesa, CA
Conserve Energy, ConservEnergy
(1986-1988)
Rick Ellis
714-646-2723
PLACENTIA, CA
Amiga Net ($
(1988)
714-647-0746
SANTA ANA, CA
Believers Hotline
(1986-1988)
Allen Jensen
714-647-9009
SANTA ANA, CA
Modem Help West
(1987)
Kevin Klop
714-648-0140
SANTA ANA, CA
San Diego Gate RBBS
(1987)
Michael White
714-650-6320
Costa Mesa RCP/M
(1985)
Robin Hammer
714-650-6422
Paul Munson
(1985)
Paul Munson
714-650-6442
FIDO #130 Paul-Munson
(1985)
714-650-6699
Newport Beach, CA
BULLET-80 Newport Beach, CA
(1984-1985)
BULLET-80
714-651-0157
SANTA ANA, CA
Irvine Appraisal Service
(1989)
Wildcat
714-652-4128
Hemet, CA
Ouija Board, The Darkside, Warez 'R' Us
(1984-1989)
Grinder / The Punisher6485 and then UES
"I ran this BBS roughly from '84 to '89. It was affiliated to the groups TEF, WHO, SCG, and INC (despite what Gryman claims). It should be noted that in the 80's listing by area codes, the Inland Empire (excluding Palm Springs which was 619), and Hemet/San Jacinto in particular, was actually in the 714 area until the early 90's when it became 909. It is only now that it will fully propagate to 951 in the next 6mos. My mother still lives there, so this is confirmed." - Grinder
714-653-0494
WESTMINSTER, CA
F&W GUNS
(1987)
714-653-4802
WESTMINSTER, CA
Amiga Crossroads
(1989)
714-658-7499
SANTA ANA, CA
Deja Vu
(1987-1988)
Michael White
714-660-9175
YORBA LINDA, CA
AST Research
(1989)
714-662-2294
SANTA ANA, CA
Astro Net, Astro-Net
(1987-1991)
David Rice
714-669-1194
TUSTIN, CA
MST FIDO
(1986)
David GarrettFidoNet
714-669-1633
TUSTIN, CA
TumbleWeed RBBS
(1988)
Michael White
714-669-1645
TUSTIN, CA
Smorgasboard, Smorgasbord
(1988-1989)
714-673-4040
ANAHEIM, CA
RBBS IBM PC Newport Beach
(1984)
714-674-4745
BREA, CA
Lake Country BBS, Lake County BBS
(1987-1991)
Bob Hausladen, Bob HaudladenPCBoard
714-675-3326
Newport Beach, CA
ABBS Pirates Place, Pirates Place
(1984-1985)
John EllegardABBS
714-675-7106
DataFlex Fido, Modem HELP WEST, S Cal Beach Net
(1986)
Juan JimenezFidoNet
714-676-3378
IRVINE, CA
RBBS IBM PC Temecula
(1984-1985)
714-676-6739
IRVINE, CA
Temecula Valley BBS
(1989)
Wildcat
714-678-6182
ANAHEIM, CA
Valley Bsns, Valley Business BBS, Valley Business BBS WILD REG
(1989-1991)
George Rowell PHD, GeorgeRowell PHD, Geo RowellWildcat
714-678-6212
ANAHEIM, CA
Valley Business BBS WILD REG, Valley Software BBS
(1988-1991)
GeorgeRowell PHDWildcat
714-681-0106
LOS ANGELES, CA
VAXHOLM
(1988)
Red Ryder Host
714-681-0731
LOS ANGELES, CA
Ham Radio West, HamRadioWest
(1986-1994)
John Warren
714-681-0974
LOS ANGELES, CA
FIDO #31 Riverside, HamRadioWest
(1984-1985)
John WarrenFidoNet
714-681-5668
LOS ANGELES, CA
Britannia BBS
(1989)
Chad Lawrence
714-682-5387
SANTA ANA, CA
The Nucleus, The Nucleus BBS
(1988)
The Outlaw, Harry ZinkCustom on Apple II
714-685-1021
Fontana, CA
Free Flight
(1985-1992)
Mach One & SpadHermes
"Great conversation and posted opinions. Warez [to a minor degree]; mostly shareware and sheer genius" - Anonymous
714-685-8380
ORANGE, CA
I.D.S., Intelligence Data System BBS, Intelligence data systems
(1988-1991)
Randy StocktonWildcat
714-686-1522
Mel's Diner, Mel's Dinner, MEL'sDiner
(1988-1996)
Mark E. Lester, Mark LesterWildcat, Wildcat
714-687-1408
ANAHEIM, CA
The Smith Hall Express
(1988)
Jim Newman
714-689-3850
SANTA ANA IRVINE, CA
Tri-Clone RBBS
(1988)
Dan Shue
714-689-5084
SANTA ANA IRVINE, CA
Electrons under, Electrons under Ctl , Electrons under Ctr, Electrons under Ctrl
(1985-1991)
Steve Hastings
714-721-1228
The Kernel
(1989-1990)
Tony Borras
714-730-6743
Westminster, CA
Club BBS, Club Bd, Shepos, Michael H., The Club Board
(1989-1996)
Bert LangerPCBoard
714-730-6872
Tustin, CA
HAG (Haddock's Adventure Games)
(1983-1984)
Captain HaddockCustom
"Online D&D games, message boards, voting, switchable 40/80 col with wordwrap, run on a C=64" - Captain Haddock
714-731-2371
TUSTIN, CA
AE LINE: FEAR
(1984)
714-731-6523
TUSTIN, CA
A.C.A.O.C., Atari, Atari Santa Ana
(1984-1985)
AMIS
714-733-8284
Irvine, CA
Mindfog
(1985-1987)
Leggz, The Unseen EntityTelecat BBS - Cat-Fur, Catsend, AE
"20 Meg Apple //e system.. Ran proving grounds in the background. Ended up going Elite after reaching about 300 users, it was just too much. Elite system was phreakers and pirates only.. Had about 40 members from all over the U.S. and a few from Africa/South America/Euro. They were pretty scarey characters. Bluebeard, Redlaw, Minotaur, Blue Buccaneer, Blue Sentry, Sensei, Green Hornet, The Goniff and Wombat, others.. It's been so long I cannot remember. Turned it off the day before I turned 18..." - The Unseen Entity
714-738-4331
FULLERTON, CA
Astronomay BBS, OC Astronomers
(1989-1994)
Wildcat
714-739-0669
Buena Park, CA
The Beast's Domain
(1985-1996)
Allen Christiansen, King DrafusGBBS II, WWIV, Synchronet
"Originally started on a Franklin Ace 1000 with a couple of floppy drives and a 300 baud MicroModem on GBBS. The BBS was on haitus for a couple of years until IBM XT's became the "big thing" and I restarted it on WWIV, eventually becoming one of the initial BBS's run on the Synchronet BBS software which was written by my good friend Rob (Digital Man) over at Vertrauen BBS." - King Drafus
714-739-4256
BUENA PARK, CA
Business, The Business BBS
(1989-1996)
Dan Jubelt, Daniel JubeltPCBoard
714-739-5150
BUENA PARK, CA
La Palma BBS-PC, La Palma Communications
(1989)
Wildcat
714-746-0667
ANAHEIM, CA
PMS-ESCONDIDO
(1982)
714-751-4332
SANTA ANA, CA
Ben's Bulletin Board, U.G.O.C. 99 BBS
(1989-1994)
Ben Hatheway, Ben Hathaway, Ben Hatheway
714-751-5948
SANTA ANA, CA
Horton Net
(1986)
Larry Munson
714-758-8080
ANAHEIM, CA
AE Line: KEEP
(1985)
714-760-0765
International Trade Res.
(1989)
Wildcat
714-760-4402
CUGOC ClipBoard, Pac. Mutual
(1988-1992)
Steve HiltonPCBoard
714-761-9569
ANAHEIM, CA
Sovereign's Paradise, Sovereign's Paradise At Law
(1989-1991)
Bill Thorton
714-768-2096
Paper Chase
(1988-1991)
Ralph RoesslerWildcat
714-770-1411
QC Talk!
(1989-1990)
Lee Fuller
714-770-5052
BULLET-80 Laguna Hills
(1982-1983)
714-770-9032
Peglegg Amusements
(1982-1999)
Rex Geissinger
714-771-1451
ORANGE, CA
RBBS IBM PC Capital
(1984-1985)
Dian Girard
714-772-0816
ANAHEIM, CA
Classic Vehicle Exchange
(1988)
Wildcat
714-772-4097
ANAHEIM, CA
$ Amiga-Line, Amiga Line, Amiga-Line
(1988-1989)
714-772-6442
ANAHEIM, CA
77-Amiga, The Software Cellar
(1988-1994)
714-772-6669
ANAHEIM, CA
Star Chamber
(1989)
714-772-8295
ANAHEIM, CA
PICO FIDO
(1986)
Bob StillwellFidoNet
714-772-8868
Anaheim, CA
**IF**, PMS - **IF**
(1982-1985)
PMS
714-772-9671
ANAHEIM, CA
SOFTWARE CLLR
(1985)
AMIS
714-773-8818
FULLERTON, CA
Beckman Inst (103/524), Beckman Instrmnts, Beckman Instruments
(1986-1994)
Mike Kearney
714-774-0800
ANAHEIM, CA
The Bootcamp III
(1987)
GBBS Pro
714-774-7860
ANAHEIM, CA
AnaHUG Fido, AnaHug RCPM/CBBS, RCP/M CBBS ANAHUG, RCP/M RBBS ANAHUG
(1982-1986)
John SecorFidoNet
714-775-4974
SANTA ANA, CA
THE WALL
(1988)
Wildcat
714-776-5719
ANAHEIM, CA
U.S.S. Achernar
(1989-1990)
Bill Rothe
714-777-2672
YORBA LINDA, CA
Micro Mania
(1989-1991)
Steve Beyer
714-777-5837
YORBA LINDA, CA
Haresh's Board
(1987-1990)
Haresh Mamtora
714-778-0948
ANAHEIM, CA
Circuit Board, Circuit Board , The Circuit Board
(1987-1994)
D. Kleinschmidt
714-781-0264
ANAHEIM, CA
The Paradise Theatre
(1987)
GBBS Pro
714-781-0417
ANAHEIM, CA
Best Baud BBS
(1989)
714-781-6718
ANAHEIM, CA
Dog House, The Doghouse BBS
(1989-1992)
Richard RichardPCBoard
714-781-8774
ANAHEIM, CA
A.F.A.C., AMIS A.F.A.C. BBS
(1984-1985)
Forem ST
714-784-0472
BREA, CA
The Rubidoux BBS
(1989-1991)
Dave TardiffPCBoard
714-785-9176
SANTA ANA, CA
Hub 800 Mail Distribution, Net 207 Net Echo Coordinator, Riverside County Net, Solid Rock BBS, The Solid Rock
(1988-1999)
Ron HossackWildcat
714-786-2951
Irvine, CA,
Kanda's Lair
(1986-1987)
Jeff Thompson, Jeff Thompson, AKA Kanda' Jalen EirsieOPUS
"The second incarnation of Kanda's Lair, 1st of which was on an international network - OpusNet (at the time). BBS ran on an IBM PC portable (luggable) 2 floppies and a 20 meg HD. I was so fed up with the usual 1-hour time limit that nearly all BBS's enforced, that Kanda's Lair became at that time, tag-lined as "No Limits..." - Jeff Thompson
714-787-9125
ORANGE, CA
J.E.D. Computer Develop.
(1989)
Wildcat
714-794-3031
SANTA ANA, CA
Mentone Beach BBS
(1988-1993)
Don Stewart
714-796-4731
SANTA ANA, CA
Southern Comfort BBS
(1988-1989)
Al Leikis
714-796-4745
SANTA ANA, CA
CG MBBS RCP/M
(1985)
Bill Pote
714-796-4921
SANTA ANA, CA
TBBS
(1989)
714-798-4921
Redlands Business Ct, The Business Center
(1988-1991)
Rick Atkeson
714-799-6736
WESTMINSTER, CA
Exile's Gate RBBS-PC, San Bernardio/Riverside Hub
(1989)
Jonathan L Woods
714-820-1719
CYPRESS, CA
Aquarius BBS
(1989-1994)
714-821-5014
ANAHEIM, CA
BBS Buena Park, BBS-Buena Park BBS-PC! DTP, BuenaParkBBS
(1987-1991)
Ken Hedgecock
714-822-2718
Fontana, CA
Mr.Happy's Tele-Mate, Mr. Happy's Telemate
(1979-1989)
Kevin StevensWritten from Scratch
"My brother Kevin & I ran up my parent's phone bill dialing out to other area BBS systems on our Apple II (one of the first 500 Apple II's made). We shared a bedroom and would stay up late at night talking. We decided to write our own BBS. Kevin was about 10 years old, I was 13. I was the initial idea guy, but Kevin was the brains behind programming it from scratch. I remember asking him to teach me and he would just point to this pile of books from which he used to learn. When you first logged onto Tele-mate, it would present you with a list of questions. They were used to compare you with other users and provide you with a match. The problem was, back then 90% of the users were men. The name came from Robin William's routine that was running on HBO at the time. Mr. Happy was what Robin referred to his private part as. However, the name was really never meant to infer that it had to do with private parts, we just liked it. In hind-site Tele-mate without Mr. Happy's would have been a better name. At first, we were using our regular home phone number. The hours were supposed to be from 9pm to 8am. We would turn the ringer off of our rotary phone that was leased from PacBell at the time, hanging on the wall in our hallway. But, as it turned out, we got in trouble again from our parents, because people would call at all hours and my mom would answer only to hear a modem on the other end. It was written in Applesoft and later compiled to machine language. It started out with 5 1/4 floppies only, then graduated to a hard drive. Eventually it was upgraded to an Apple IIGS. I think my brother gave the code away to a couple of other people, of which one used it for their own Tele-mate BBS. After the first couple of years, I lost interest, but my brother stayed with it. Eventually AOL became prominent and my brother lost interesest as he moved into high school and started getting a life." - Michael Stevens
714-822-2983
LOS ANGELES, CA
AmigKngdom4
(1988)
714-822-2999
LOS ANGELES, CA
FountainHead , Fountainhead PCB 40m, The Fountainhead
(1987-1991)
Steve HarmsPCBoard
714-822-4003
LOS ANGELES, CA
Low Desert Inn, The Low Desert Inn
(1988-1996)
Ed MurrayPCBoard, PCBoard
714-823-1451
LOS ANGELES, CA
APPLE JACKS
(1984)
714-823-3673
LOS ANGELES, CA
Fontana FBBS
(1988)
714-824-4328
LLUMC Medical Lib (10/211), LLUMC Online Med. Library, LLUMC Online Medical Library
(1987-1996)
Paul Kittle
714-826-0125
ANAHEIM, CA
Point After FIDO 103/526, The Point After BBS
(1987-1995)
Dave & Steve Nash, David Nash
714-826-2986
ANAHEIM, CA
FIDO #337 Music Terminal, Music-Terminal
(1985)
Michael David
714-826-7383
ANAHEIM, CA
TRS-80 UG
(1984)
714-828-0288
ANAHEIM, CA
XBBS, XBBS 1
(1987-1989)
S. Zelkovitz
714-828-7093
Cypress, CA
Best Friends, Interludes BBS
(1989-1994)
Angela Duarte
From the September 1994 issue of Boardwatch: Cypress, California since 01/89. Sysop: Angela Duarte. Using MajorBBS 6.21 with 13 lines on MS-DOS 80486 with 3000 MB storage. Supra at 14400 bps. $4.95 Monthly fee. Local numbers avail-able. Multiplayer games, Internet Mail, Usenet, Majornet mail, nationwide chat, matchmaker, and more! Home of Humanware Systems (TPD of MajorBBS utilities). Low rates. Fast and friendly system with great users!
714-829-0999
Deja Vu
(1987)
Michael White
714-829-8908
AmigaKingdom 1
(1988)
714-830-0745
SANTA ANA, CA
Allied Software
(1987-1989)
Andy Lee
714-830-1884
SANTA ANA, CA
California Online!, System III
(1989-1993)
Wildcat
714-830-5132
SANTA ANA, CA
BBS Compunet
(1984-1985)
714-832-0642
TUSTIN, CA
Toshiba America T-Net (Fido #470)
(1985)
Bob Stillwell
714-832-1566
Tustin, CA
Heels Of Domination
(1986-1994)
Jason Mcdonnell, Jason McDonnellWWIV
"This was the first location of a Single line BBS system that ran WWIV v4.xx. The computer started life on a 2400baud modem, and in 1989 an upgrade to a USRobotics HST Dual Standard 14.4 was the biggest moment (and a $589 hole out of my wallet). The BBS focus was the BDSM/Fetish community in the Orange County area. By using a Warez based BBS software I was able to provide security and several different "Worlds" to make a safe place for people to talk and become friends. The user base at one time exceeded 500 people on the single line system and would be active 950 to 1100 minutes a day with a caller volume of 50 to 70 different users per day. The system was a member of the WWIVnet message exchange network. The system moved in mid of 1992 to 714-589-2700, and was upgraded to a two line system running VBBS. The BBS was moved to a user in Riverside California at the beginning of 1995 when I moved away from California for a job. The BBS 714-832-1566 phone number was listed in the first printing of "Screw the roses, send me the thorns" BDSM education book. And this year (2003), I have donated the BBS to a history project/group called the Leather Achieves. This is a BDSM oriented group that is documenting the Leather/BDSM community history. I hope the BBS provides information on the transition between word of mouth communication and the Digital age of the Internet." - Jason McDonnell
714-832-8016
TUSTIN, CA
My Co-D
(1989)
714-836-0190
SANTA ANA, CA
Mistress' Digs, Mistress's Digs
(1988-1992)
Wildcat
714-836-5627
SANTA ANA, CA
GREENE MACHINE Santa Ana
(1984)
714-836-8650
SANTA ANA, CA
Orange Co East, Orange Co South, Traveller's Outpost
(1989-1994)
Harold Robinson
714-837-1256
South County SoftXc
(1986-1988)
Bob Naken
714-837-9677
Mission Viejo, CA
Orange Co South, SolarSys, The Solar System, The Solar System / Deltronix Online, The Solar System 1
(1988-2004)
Peter GuethleinWildcat , Wildcat!
From the September 1994 issue of Boardwatch: Mission Viejo, California since 12/88. Sysop: Peter Guethlein. Using WildCat 3.9 with 6 lines on MS-DOS with 15000 MB storage. US Robotics at 28800 bps. No fee. Awesome ANSI & RIP Graphics, FidoNet 1:103/957, Internet, Intelec, MetroLink Echomail & more. Space Tteme, over 90 live door games, very unique high quality BBS, free access available, support board: B-CRC upload file duplication scanner.
714-838-3301
TUSTIN, CA
Fam. Discoveries, Family Discoveries
(1988-1993)
Drew Meilstrup
714-838-6539
TUSTIN, CA
///AVCOMM BBS\, Calif Nevada, IFNA Secretary, Mount Silverthorn, Reg 10 EchoCoord
(1988-1995)
David Garrett, Bill Turner
714-838-7345
Tustin, Ca,
BBS Commodore The Grapevine
(1983-1985)
Roger FisherRAVICS / Commodore 64
"Had a great time running this board!" - Roger Fisher
714-838-7684
Tustin, CA
The Havoc Zone
(1984)
Data HavocFidonet
714-841-0064
HUNTINGTON BEAC, CA
Ozzy's Place RCP/M cb
(1984-1985)
Alan Premselaar
714-842-6348
HUNTINGTON BEAC, CA
ConExch, RBBS IBM PC Huntington Beach
(1984-1989)
Larry Dighera
714-846-4393
HUNTINGTON BEAC, CA
1139/South, 1139/SOUTH!
(1988-1996)
Kevin CollinsPCBoard
714-848-2080
HUNTINGTON BEAC, CA
F.A.C.E.S., FACES
(1987-1988)
Brad Fuller
714-849-1732
IRVINE, CA
Home Place
(1989)
714-849-8332
IRVINE, CA
Home Place, Learning Place
(1988-1991)
714-852-1872
AST Enhancement Prod, AST Research (Tech Support BBS)
(1989)
714-852-8002
Irvine, CA
Moving & Shaking BBS
(1989-1996)
Ron RappFrontDoor & QuickBBS (later RemoteAccess)
"Started the BBS during my college years out of the dorm room. The BBS was active from 10 pm to 6 am and I'd simply unplug our telephone so the ringing wouldn't wake anyone up. Hard to believe, but users respected the nodelist-posted hours for the BBS. And my roommates put up with having no phone during the middle of the night, even though they didn't use the BBS. Saints, one and all..." - Ron Rapp
714-855-0672
El Toro RBBS/RCPS, Orange County RBBS/ZNODE
(1985-1991)
Rea Williams
714-855-3282
PiCoSystems
(1984-1985)
Jim BaumgartnerFidoNet
714-855-4318
Laguna Hills, CA
Chip's Ahoy, Chip's Ah0Y!
(1988-1998)
Mr. Chips - Steve KuverWWIV
"The switch to 949 was a killer! Started in High School on an ALR 286-10 (Later modded to be a 286-16) w/ 2MB RAM and a Paradise 256K RAM VGA card and NEC Multisync II monitor. 40Mb of storage was rather limiting, but a user donated a 660MB Maxtor SCSI drive and adapter to expand things a tag (5 1/4" full-heigth!). The Zoom telephonics 2400baud Internal ISA modem was procured where? At the Pomona computer swapmeet (for $94, BTW) Upgrades to 4800, 9600, 14.4k and finally a 'Not for resale' demonstration Courier V.everything (which still handles fax reception at my office to this day!) allowed for SMOKIN' fast 33,6k connects. It was running on a 386/52Mhz (over-clocked AMD 386/40 w/ a BIG heatsink and a 387/26Mhz co-processor, too!) for a while until Wild Bill stumbled on a deal that we couldn't pass up: Micron (a USA vendor of high quality) Pentium-100 desktops... that was the last machine that ran the BBS w/ the last incarnation on a 4.3GB WD IDE HDD. The sound was so soothing at night. When it was finally shut down, I had trouble sleeping for months! I met numerous great people on the local BBS scene, and am always looking to hold a user meet at Round Table or Harbor House..." - Mr. Chips "
714-856-1029
SANTA ANA, CA
COMPUTRENDS
(1986-1990)
Richard Clark, Jeff Nicholson
714-856-5087
SANTA ANA, CA
WellSpring Node 2
(1989-1994)
RBBS
714-856-7996
SANTA ANA, CA
The Well Spring, WellSpring, Wellspring , Wellspring RBBS Node #1
(1989-1996)
Steve Clancy, Steve Clancy, M.I.S.RBBS
714-857-2470
Irvine, CA
DIAL-YOUR-MATCH #29
(1984-1985)
DIAL-YOUR-MATCH
714-857-8428
WESTMINSTER, CA
Cavonshire BBS
(1987-1990)
Ian Hardy
714-858-0951
Afterlife Elite
(1985)
714-858-5322
Trabuco Canyon HST
(1989-1991)
Tom Mcgivern
714-858-8111
French Connection, French Connx
(1987-1992)
Stephen Cohen
714-858-8669
Prostar
(1989)
714-859-7727
RBBS IBM PC Travel Talk
(1984-1985)
714-860-1805
LOS ANGELES, CA
Mac Exchange BBS, The Mac Exchange
(1988-1990)
Tom FitzsimmonsRed Ryder Host
714-860-1818
LOS ANGELES, CA
STAR TECH
(1988)
Wildcat
714-860-3213
LOS ANGELES, CA
Castle of the Four Winds
(1988-1998)
Christopher King, Chris KingPCBoard
714-861-1549
HUNTINGTON BEAC, CA
Diamond Bar , Diamond Bar BBS, Diamond Bar BBS , Diamond Bar PC Board, Diamond Bar PCB Zip Conf
(1985-1996)
Jim HollowayPCBoard, PCBoard
Click Here to Browse Artifacts for 714-861-1549
714-861-7268
HUNTINGTON BEAC, CA
Diamond Bar CUG BBS
(1989)
714-861-8165
HUNTINGTON BEAC, CA
Moonstar RBBS
(1984-1985)
Jerry Proffitt
714-864-1907
Palace Hotel
(1986-1989)
D. Goldsworthy
714-865-1637
ANAHEIM, CA
Polaris
(1985-1986)
Michael Knight
714-865-8586
ANAHEIM, CA
Compsea, COMPSEA BBS
(1989-1996)
Steve PossonPCBoard
714-870-4754
FULLERTON, CA
Amiga Friends, AmigaFriends
(1988-1994)
714-870-9624
FULLERTON, CA
AIM GAP 3.0/M NOV GAP test, AIM On-line, AIM On-Line Services, Aim Online Services
(1989-1995)
Darin May
714-874-0695
RIALTO, Rialto BBS
(1986)
Jim Gifford
714-874-9731
TBBS Systems
(1987-1989)
714-875-3538
ANAHEIM, CA
The Sanctuary
(1988)
Apple Adept
714-875-7506
ANAHEIM, CA
ASCII ATTIC
(1988)
Wildcat
714-875-9702
Rialto, CA
The Guild
(1985-1989)
Guild-MasterARB BBS
714-877-2253
SADDLEBACK VALL, CA
COMNET-80 Riverside
(1982-1984)
714-877-3044
SADDLEBACK VALL, CA
The Dungeon
(1986)
Ascii Express
714-880-1626
LOS ANGELES, CA
San Bernardino, The Electronic Church
(1988)
Ron Bowden
714-882-7181
LOS ANGELES, CA
Commland City BBS
(1989-1990)
Don Carrol
714-883-0814
ANAHEIM, CA
San Bernardino, The Electronic Church
(1987-1994)
Ron Bowden
714-884-4922
MICROLINK BBS
(1987)
714-886-0324
SANTA ANA, CA
AmigaKingdom 2
(1988)
714-887-8636
TBBS Systems
(1989)
714-891-3037
WESTMINSTER, CA
Eagle BBS
(1989)
714-891-8843
WESTMINSTER, CA
OPUS Julius
(1987)
Jeffrey Nonken
714-894-2246
WESTMINSTER, CA
Stanton PC BBS
(1989-1994)
714-895-3722
WESTMINSTER, CA
Telcomm Engg.
(1989)
714-897-0412
WESTMINSTER, CA
The Bombay
(1988)
The Diskmaster
714-897-7656
WESTMINSTER, CA
Orange County NEC-APC Users Group (OCNUG)
(1985)
John Bingel
714-898-8634
WESTMINSTER, CA
FIDO #11 Technical, Home of XBBS, PRO-TECH, PRO-TECH Cypress, RBBS IBM PC Technical
(1984-1990)
Sanford Zelkovitz, Sandy Zelkovitz, S. ZelkovitzFidoNet
714-899-2088
WESTMINSTER, CA
Everett/Charles
(1988)
Wildcat
714-921-2252
ORANGE, CA
Mousehole
(1984)
714-921-2255
ORANGE, CA
SnAAP SYSTEMS
(1989-1992)
714-923-1031
IRVINE, CA
DBUG, DIAMOND BAR BBS, The Diamond Bar BBS
(1988-1994)
Johnathan Hart, Jonathan RothscPCBoard
714-924-2229
LOS ANGELES, CA
GREENE MACHINE Sunnymead
(1983-1984)
714-924-6701
LOS ANGELES, CA
Sunny PC, The Sunny-PC BBS
(1989-1991)
Jerry HaberliPCBoard
714-927-1626
ANAHEIM, CA
Valle Vista BBS
(1989-1992)
Earl DavisWildcat
714-944-7975
Ontario/Cucamonga HUB, VERVAN'S War Board BBS
(1989-1990)
Carl Evans
714-945-1020
ANAHEIM, CA
Rancho Amiga
(1988)
714-945-2612
ANAHEIM, CA
Inland County Net, Ontario Hub, PC Spectrum, PC Spectrum RBBS, Quad County, The 'PC' Spectrum (tm) RBBS, The 'PC' Spectrum (tm) RBBS-PC, The 'PC' Spectrum RBBS 2
(1986-1991)
Rod Bowman
714-945-9217
ANAHEIM, CA
RBBS-Net Gateway, The 'PC' Spectrum (tm) [Mail Only]
(1989)
Rod Bowman
714-946-7387
SANTA ANA, CA
Enterprize BBS, Ontario
(1989)
Garry Lapides
714-946-8000
SANTA ANA, CA
NATIONAL COUNCIL OF EXCHANGORS
(1986)
714-947-2188
GARDENA, CA
Hart Network
(1989)
714-947-4808
GARDENA, CA
A Little Bit
(1989)
Wildcat
714-949-2144
Deep Thought RCP/M
(1989-1994)
714-949-2674
Softworks BBS
(1989)
714-952-2110
Anaheim, CA
BULLET-80 Orange County, Ca Self-Help Library, CA SelfHelp Library/EmergNet, Calif Self-Help Library, FORUM 80
(1982-1994)
Bob Johnston, Bob JohnstoneBULLET-80
714-952-2312
ANAHEIM, CA
Grandpa's
(1988)
Red Ryder Host
714-956-5468
ANAHEIM, CA
Orange Co North, PC Exchange
(1989-1991)
Murray RothmanPCBoard
714-957-0142
SANTA ANA, CA
Smorgasboard
(1986)
Mike Rickey
714-961-1135
PLACENTIA, CA
N.O.C.C.C, RCP/M CBBS N.O.C. Comp. Club, RCP/M CBBS N.O.C. Computer Club
(1984-1988)
714-962-4371
HUNTINGTON BEAC, CA
The Snakepit
(1989-1991)
Herman Ajamian
714-962-6149
HUNTINGTON BEAC, CA
ACE Telesystems
(1988-1994)
Mike Boggs
714-963-7864
HUNTINGTON BEAC, CA
SSE Surf Brd
(1987-1989)
Dave Staehlin
714-964-0454
Huntington Beach, CA
Medic, Medic BBS, MEDIC FIDO 102/508
(1986-1989)
Phil St Erne MD, Phil St. Erne
714-964-1369
HUNTINGTON BEAC, CA
1139/South
(1989)
Kevin CollinsPCBoard
714-964-3745
HUNTINGTON BEAC, CA
Baron's Byte
(1989)
714-964-4401
HUNTINGTON BEAC, CA
Family Skeletons BBS
(1987-1990)
Bill Hamilton
714-968-3997
HUNTINGTON BEAC, CA
Car-Puter!, Car-puter! BBS
(1988-1989)
Wildcat
714-968-9737
HUNTINGTON BEAC, CA
Brass Tacks
(1989)
714-974-3265
ORANGE, CA
The Mother Ship
(1987-1990)
Robert Fauteux
714-974-3730
ORANGE, CA
The Tax Board
(1986-1991)
Al GutkinPCBoard
714-974-5196
ORANGE, CA
AE Line: ROGUE
(1985)
714-974-6925
ORANGE, CA
FIDO #47 The Workshop, The Workshop
(1985)
Brian Majewski
714-974-7428
ORANGE, CA
Fretwork BBS
(1989-1994)
714-974-9788
ORANGE, CA
Dimension-80 Orange
(1982-1984)
714-980-3697
ORANGE, CA
Data Comm
(1988)
Wildcat
714-980-8607
ORANGE, CA
PC Spectrum
(1985)
Rod/Elisa Bowman
714-981-3787
Upland, CA
RBBS Upland
(1983-1985)
Conrad WilcoxinRBBS
714-981-7382
San Antonio Heights, CA
The Ice House BBS
(1985-1988)
Chris Logan
"Computer: Commodore 64. Modem: Westridge 6420 Automodem. Disk Drives: (2) 1541 Drives. Phone Lines: 1. Nodes: 1. Operational: 24/7." - Chris Logan
714-982-2200
LOS ANGELES, CA
CommCepts , NATIONAL COUNCIL OF EXCHANGORS , Natl Council RealEs, Natl Council RealEs
(1987-1996)
Don SandersPCBoard, PCBoard
714-983-8587
IRVINE, CA
ONTARIO, Stallion Data
(1986-1991)
Don Cavallo
714-983-9923
IRVINE, CA
Computers for Christ
(1983-1984)
714-987-4842
LOS ANGELES, CA
The Resource
(1989)
714-987-5421
LOS ANGELES, CA
Prestige BBS
(1989)
714-989-2499
LOS ANGELES, CA
ABBS
(1988-1989)
Larry Krzewinski
714-989-2603
LOS ANGELES, CA
909, Chips Unlimited RBBS, Chips Unlimited RBBS-PC
(1988-1994)
Phil Rheinecker
714-992-0716
FULLERTON, CA
The La Habra Connection
(1988-1994)
Tom GallandRed Ryder Host
714-992-0876
FULLERTON, CA
Philosophers Log
(1986)
Jim Bacon
714-995-2428
ANAHEIM, CA
FIDO #25 Anaheim, FIDO #25 Huntington Beach, RBBS IBM PC Anaheim, Sit Back and Wackit, Take-A-Byte
(1984-1985)
Robert Collins, Robert CollingsFidoNet
714-996-0805
PLACENTIA, CA
The Archivist's Scroll
(1989-1994)
Mike BandoianPCBoard
714-997-8958
ORANGE, CA
OPHIOPHILE, OPUS Julius, Orange Co East
(1988-1991)
Jeffrey Nonken
714-997-9342
ORANGE, CA
OPUS Julius, OPUS Julius 2
(1988-1991)
Jeffrey Nonken, Blanche Nonken
714-998-2049
ORANGE, CA
NET-WORKS The Incubus
(1984)
714-998-4620
ORANGE, CA
AE Line: WAREZ
(1985)
714-998-6278
ORANGE, CA
Engineers/Architects
(1989)
215 Sysops currently listed.
354 BBSes Listed.