Welcome to Paranor BBS via Telnet, and the Web!
Have you ever visited a BBS from the late 80's through the mid 90's? If not then you are in for a treat.
Through here, you will be introduced to the BBS. The network that started it all, and before the Internet/Web Bulletin Boards is where the action was taking place.
This is the homepage for what is now up, and running Paranor BBS. Click the link below to go to my BBS.
History: Back in 1989 I finally purchased my first computer a Tandy 1000SL, and soon realized that there must be more to owning a computer than playing games. I soon purchased a 1200 baud modem, and started to visit local bulletin boards which at that time came to a grand total of 3. I got hooked, and my first Bulletin Board I created was called Mycroft (from the book "The Moon is a harsh Mistress"), using the Citadel BBS software. I soon upgraded to using the Wildcat software with a 2400 baud modem, and finally decided on Paranor for my new BBS name which has been with me for many, many years. The name Paranor came from another book called "The Sword of Shannara".
At the moment we have DOVE-NET message areas for you to take part in, including some doors to help pass the time away. The messages (Dove-Net) are QWK compatible, meaning you can download messages at your leisure, and upload your QWK packet to the BBS when your ready to send along your posts.
If you are wishing to login using a
1> Syncterm (created by Synchronet *FREE*)
2> ZOC (The best terminal program. The options are staggering)
I happen to use both, this doesn't make me an expert on these programs, it only makes me fortunate that I came across such great software.
Wishing to read the mail offline, please download Multimail.
To download the Paranor QWK (Mail Packet) click HERE.
(You must have installed an offline mail reader like the MultiMail program Above).Wish to send feedback?
Paranor BBS Sysop: (aka mikesla)