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JohnD39's Q-Link contact/memories site


Q-Link was an online network devoted to the Commodore 64/128 computers. At the time of its opening date of November 5, 1985, it was run by a company called Quantum Computer Services. They later changed their name to America Online, Inc. and grew to be the national online network that everyone is familiar with today. On October 31, 1994, AOL's mother network "Q-Link" closed its doors for the last time. This site is devoted to the Ex-Q-Link user.


Q-Internet Contact List
(EMail / WWW Home Pages / ICQ / AOL IM)

Use this form or "Comments" below to send new addresses for this list. 



There are two Yahoo! Groups for Q-Linkers:

Ms Stix' QLink Reunion

DonnaS4's QLink Orphans


Al Evans' Remembering Q-Link

Keith e2's History of Q-Link / AOL


LI Dave's SID Collection has been taken offline.
I don't know if he'll bring it back up sometime or not.


Especially for Caribers

WorldsAway, the Web version of Club Caribe, is located at

http://www.vzones.com


This site was mentioned in a USA Today article, February 10, 2000.  I used to have a link here but then they started charging for archive viewing.


With A Little Help From Q-Friends
Song from the brunch at the Sunset Bash, AC NJ, Oct '94.


Some Commodore Computer Links

C=64 emulator for PalmOS: http://frodopalm.sourceforge.net/

USENET newsgroup: news://comp.sys.cbm

USENET FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions, with oodles of answers and links):
http://www.faqs.org/faqs/commodore/main-faq/part1/


JohnD39's QLink Site Search (note: this does not work on the listings page)
 

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