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Also an unofficial ESI outlet. Duffy Hawken was friends with (I think) Tin Man and would constantly flood 1-2 day releases.

Sysops :
Shutter Jockey (Main)
LongShot (Co)
Pro-Hack (Co)
Six (Co)

Groups :
Night Shift Rippers (HQ)
More Stupid Initials (Support)
The Avengers (Support)

Phone :

Location :
United States

Users : (4)
Darkwind, Goobug, LongShot, Nomaad

User Comment
Submitted by Six on 6 August 2011
Sysop was Shutter Jockey/NSR
Co's were Duffy Hawken/NSR, Pro-Hack/DLoC, and me.
While it was an MSI support board, Nomaad was a co.

Duffy Hawken was friends with one of the core guys in ESI (Tin Man, I think) and would regularly bring in 1-2 day releases.

The BBS ran on an LTK, running C-Net 11, IIRC.

The Network went Amiga in 1992 or 1993, and was G.O.D. headquarters, with some sort of tie-in to Paradox.

The Network was the longest running scene-oriented BBS in 513. From the day it went up until the day it went Amiga, it was THE board to be on in Cincinnati.

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