"The mainframe spat out its last bit on tape and sighed with an electrifying relief. Unaware of the flawed tape to which it wrote its final thoughts: one spark was enough to wrap up the lifespan, burning itself to the remnants of glory days gone by."
"Riddled with fear, I nestled in the darkest corner and crawled into a foetal position to sit out the endless horror that swallowed me whole."
Notice: Be sure to listen this track in a darkened room using headphones, preferably on your own and *LOUD*
"East has met West, leaving architectural scars throughout."
"The void. Or is it?"
"The beauty of endless repetition in fractals."
"The music may be heard, but some effort has to be put in"
Some music is free to download as MP3 from this server, just by using the telnet protocol.
Funny thing is that hardmoon.net also hosts a Bulletin Board System. Dialing with a phone to computers around the world running such a BBS was very popular in the 80's and early 90's (anyone remember the movie Wargames?). Communities on the BBS'es were strong, people unreachable by phone and the phonebills very high.
For mere nostalgic reasons I decided not to offer direct links to the MP3 files, but invite you to relive those days of dialing in. Luckily, this can now be done using the Telnet protocol on the internet, so it's completely free;)So what to do?
Download the excellent terminal application SyncTERM to get access via Telnet. When SyncTERM is started, you can create a new 'phonebook' and add a new entry with the following data:
When connected, follow the on-screen instructions by registering a username/password, leave some nice oneliner and go straight for the File areas.
Good luck and happy BBS'ing!!