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SToRM
SToRM
9 years ago

no slow 2400 lamers

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SIRIaX
Reply to  SToRM
9 years ago

heh, I did not even own a modem in 1989!

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Annatar
Annatar
Reply to  SIRIaX
9 years ago

And who in Europe did? Not only was the equipment expensive (had to work all Summer for a 33.6 modem), but the fucking greedy national telecoms would charge by “impulses” which were of arbitrary time length, racking up exorbitant telephone bills. No wonder only the elite could afford to do it, if one did not have a Bluebox or calling card numbers, one was screwed.

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SIRIaX
Reply to  Annatar
9 years ago

True, I remember that we already had calling cards when we were mailtraders and pupils. It was actually easier for us to get into possession of that than purchasing a decent modem.

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stu
stu
9 years ago

Oracool! nice music nice logo what isn’t there to like

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Tone
9 years ago

no weetibix in the memberlist of 1989? no i.b.m.? love the shades tune by huelsbeck. can listen to it for hours..

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Bilbs
9 years ago

I always like Oracle products too. Kind of no-nonsense group 😉

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WayneK
9 years ago

Simple intro, good music, bad scrollfont 🙂 But for some reason I also liked Oracle “back in the day”, even if most of their intros were very simple (Caddy’s dotcube intro was probably the best that Oracle used).

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mr.spiv
9 years ago

Oracool.. one of my favorite groups!

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pmc
pmc
9 years ago

Not too much code here and I’m not too much of a fan of the main scroller font but hey, nice enough 🙂

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SIRIaX
9 years ago

You never go wrong with “Shades” =D

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-TCB!-
9 years ago

Love the tune! What strikes me now is that Oracle liked to use the grid + logo combination 🙂

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