> so wait, galway had net access first?!?!?!?!
Actually, from around '83, most of the Galway second-level schools had
terminals to a VAX located in Digital and could communicate via email &
talk with each other. I don't think this network was connected to
Happy days... the usernames and passwords were really easy to guess - so
people logged in apparently from girls schools could really be at the
next terminal. As far as I remember, we had a VT100 and two VT52s in
St. Mary's, plus a Commodore 64 and 2 Vic 20s.
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