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15-Aug-2020 17:56

Back then it was called Apple Link, a project commissioned by Apple Computer and a company called Quantum Computer Services to connect Apple II and Macintosh computers.

The beta test was dubbed “Samuel” and for Schober, a teenage fan of BBSes (bulletin board systems), it was an intriguing opportunity.

Napster Founders Launch Airtime Video Chat) So far, Airtime hasn’t exactly been a hit.“In the ‘80s, if you had a 2400 baud modem you were pretty hot stuff,” says Schober. People talk about their cellphones being slow now; a slow cellphone might be 256k or 512k, so if you think about something being 100 times slower than that, it’s ridiculous.So you started getting to the 9600 and 14,400 baud modems that made the speeds a little more comfortable.” Participation in chat rooms started to snowball; as more people used them, the variety of chat rooms increased, attracting even more people.“The BBS world, it tended to be a one-line experience — you were the sole user of the service, you could send email, you could leave messages, but it wasn’t interactive in real-time in the same way.So the experience of going into a chat room and getting a response a couple of seconds later from someone who was in the same chat room was just really cool.” Slowly, the service grew, expanding to support DOS and eventually Windows.

Napster Founders Launch Airtime Video Chat) So far, Airtime hasn’t exactly been a hit.“In the ‘80s, if you had a 2400 baud modem you were pretty hot stuff,” says Schober. People talk about their cellphones being slow now; a slow cellphone might be 256k or 512k, so if you think about something being 100 times slower than that, it’s ridiculous.So you started getting to the 9600 and 14,400 baud modems that made the speeds a little more comfortable.” Participation in chat rooms started to snowball; as more people used them, the variety of chat rooms increased, attracting even more people.“The BBS world, it tended to be a one-line experience — you were the sole user of the service, you could send email, you could leave messages, but it wasn’t interactive in real-time in the same way.So the experience of going into a chat room and getting a response a couple of seconds later from someone who was in the same chat room was just really cool.” Slowly, the service grew, expanding to support DOS and eventually Windows.Schober moved from beta tester to full-time employee in 1992, when the service — now officially called America Online — went public.