The Delphi Forum
Early internet mail
When I started as the ST Editor for Current Notes in March 1994, one of the columns I started was called “The Delphi Forum”. As I was pretty active in the Delphi Atari community back then, it made sense to write about it. One of the cool things about Delphi was that it was providing access to the wider internet. Back then online services were largely islands and could not talk to each other. Although the world wide web had been invented a few years earlier it was not in common use, mostly because there were so few ways to get access to the internet itself. This would change rapidly in the coming years…
Welcome to the first installment of “The Delphi Forum”. This column will discuss the happenings on the Delphi Internet Service. Since Delphi is the only online network with complete internet access, I feel it would be appropriate to start with a discussion of the internet.
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