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bulletin board system

A now-dated term for a PC-based meeting and announcement system which allows users to carry on discussions, upload and download files, and make announcements without the users being online at the same time.
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MY BULLETIN BOARD will provide each of these members, and every new sixdegrees member, with the tools to seed their own personal communities which they can call upon at a moment's notice.
The Bulletin Board Archive is an invaluable new resource for all our members, and is an integral part of our effort to create stronger communities of interest," said Ed Bennett, president and CEO of Prodigy.
People with disabilities have been quick to realize what an opportunity bulletin boards represent.
In addition to sponsoring discussions, bulletin boards often maintain files for users to download, and the availability of these files is one of the biggest attractions of some systems.
For a limited time, any PowerScript 4000 Studio or Studio Component CG purchased between November 1 and December 31, 2000 will include a free copy of the PowerScript Bulletin Board Template Guide.
Ultimate Bulletin Board and Infopop are registered trademarks of Infopop Corporation.
Chen and his colleagues have studied messages from the White Knights, a chapter of the Ku Klux Klan; the Al-Aqsa Martyrs, an anti-United States Palestinian group; and English and Chinese bulletin boards where pirated software and music are commonly sold.
Textured fabric bulletin board surfaces are offered in a range of Maharam(R) fabrics or in the customer's own material.
On Monday, the Thousand Oaks electronic bulletin board will become a victim of better technology.
This article details the history of computer bulletin boards and explains how law enforcement agencies can start their own bulletin boards and use them as public relations tools.

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