An introduction to IP addresses: Part 1
by Kurt Keller
IP addresses (part 1) - on the internet you're only a number
If you have a connection to the internet and set it up yourself, you have at least once handled a number like 192.168.43.4. And every time you connect to the internet your computer becomes a number just like that one.
The Midnight Writer - May 1998
by Mike Lloret
I don't have a great deal to say this month, because I haven't been using (or abusing) The Brute that much since I wrote the last column; I've been busy, both at work and in preparing for my house move. I have at least a temporary solution to the ISP problem I mentioned last time.
Prez Sez - May 1998
A Message From President Pat Hughes
End of the BBS
At long last it has come to pass - the BBS plug was pulled (literally) at the Executive's Meeting on April 8. Long live the Internet! Is it too early to wonder what will replace it in a few years?
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