Recent changes to this wiki:

creating tag page tags/person
diff --git a/doc/tags/person.mdwn b/doc/tags/person.mdwn
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..d3b7dfa
--- /dev/null
+++ b/doc/tags/person.mdwn
@@ -0,0 +1,4 @@
+[[!meta title="pages tagged person"]]
+
+[[!inline pages="tagged(person)" actions="no" archive="yes"
+feedshow=10]]

add
diff --git a/doc/blog/rogue_author.mdwn b/doc/blog/rogue_author.mdwn
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..58eab6c
--- /dev/null
+++ b/doc/blog/rogue_author.mdwn
@@ -0,0 +1,12 @@
+Was reading net.games.rogue today, and:
+
+	From: dim@cbuxc.UUCP (Dennis McKiernan)
+	Subject: Author looking for feedback on The Iron Tower Trilogy.
+	Newsgroups: net.books,net.sf-lovers,net.games,net.games.frp,net.games.rogue,net.wanted
+
+-- <http://article.olduse.net/113@cbuxc.UUCP>
+
+Is posting this to the rogue newsgroup inspired, or almost some kind of
+proto-spam? You decide..
+
+(BTW Dennis, I quite enjoyed your trilogy.)

Added a comment: The map is outdated...
diff --git a/doc/blog/current_usenet_map/comment_2_50f554759880380c2a5fea907246f4d2._comment b/doc/blog/current_usenet_map/comment_2_50f554759880380c2a5fea907246f4d2._comment
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..8573aa8
--- /dev/null
+++ b/doc/blog/current_usenet_map/comment_2_50f554759880380c2a5fea907246f4d2._comment
@@ -0,0 +1,12 @@
+[[!comment format=mdwn
+ username="https://www.google.com/accounts/o8/id?id=AItOawk7FBzt0e97hzJu_0bT7peYyW4GZs73l4Q"
+ nickname="Mr"
+ subject="The map is outdated..."
+ date="2014-06-13T12:31:33Z"
+ content="""
+There should be an update for early June 1984 - June 7? (I have my own copy from when we first connected ;) )
+
+MrPete
+{hpda,pyramid}!octopus!pete
+
+"""]]

removed
diff --git a/doc/blog/current_usenet_map/comment_2_0d4991de682d18c3a07790a2c934e019._comment b/doc/blog/current_usenet_map/comment_2_0d4991de682d18c3a07790a2c934e019._comment
deleted file mode 100644
index 86c7eca..0000000
--- a/doc/blog/current_usenet_map/comment_2_0d4991de682d18c3a07790a2c934e019._comment
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,8 +0,0 @@
-[[!comment format=mdwn
- username="https://www.google.com/accounts/o8/id?id=AItOawk7FBzt0e97hzJu_0bT7peYyW4GZs73l4Q"
- nickname="Mr"
- subject="The map is outdated..."
- date="2014-06-13T12:29:51Z"
- content="""
-There should be an update for early June 1984... (I happen to have my own copy because that's when we first connected to Usenet :) )
-"""]]

Added a comment: The map is outdated...
diff --git a/doc/blog/current_usenet_map/comment_2_0d4991de682d18c3a07790a2c934e019._comment b/doc/blog/current_usenet_map/comment_2_0d4991de682d18c3a07790a2c934e019._comment
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..86c7eca
--- /dev/null
+++ b/doc/blog/current_usenet_map/comment_2_0d4991de682d18c3a07790a2c934e019._comment
@@ -0,0 +1,8 @@
+[[!comment format=mdwn
+ username="https://www.google.com/accounts/o8/id?id=AItOawk7FBzt0e97hzJu_0bT7peYyW4GZs73l4Q"
+ nickname="Mr"
+ subject="The map is outdated..."
+ date="2014-06-13T12:29:51Z"
+ content="""
+There should be an update for early June 1984... (I happen to have my own copy because that's when we first connected to Usenet :) )
+"""]]

getting rid of resources cname
diff --git a/doc/index.mdwn b/doc/index.mdwn
index fc4a205..eeb4dce 100644
--- a/doc/index.mdwn
+++ b/doc/index.mdwn
@@ -15,7 +15,7 @@ Also available in your local news reader via [nntp.olduse.net](nntp:nntp.olduse.
 frameborder=0 marginheight=0 marginwidth=0>
 </iframe>
 
-<iframe float=right src="http://resources.olduse.net/recentmsgs.html"
+<iframe float=right src="http://nntp.olduse.net/recentmsgs.html"
 width=300 height=480 scrolling=no frameborder=0 marginheight=0 marginwidth=0>
 </iframe>
 

diff --git a/doc/forum/The_Kremvax_hoax.mdwn b/doc/forum/The_Kremvax_hoax.mdwn
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..eada538
--- /dev/null
+++ b/doc/forum/The_Kremvax_hoax.mdwn
@@ -0,0 +1,21 @@
+On April 1, 1984, in net.general, the famous kremvax hoax can be seen as a fake post by the then Sovjet leader K. Chernenko.
+
+Here's the header:
+
+Relay-Version: version B 2.10 5/3/83; site utzoo.UUCP
+Posting-Version: version B 2.10.1 4/1/83 (SU840401); site kremvax.UUCP
+Path: utzoo!linus!philabs!mcvax!moskvax!kremvax!chernenko
+From: chernenko@kremvax.UUCP (K. Chernenko)
+Newsgroups: net.general,eunet.general,net.politics,eunet.politics
+Subject: USSR on Usenet
+Message-ID: <0001@kremvax.UUCP>
+Date: Sun, 1-Apr-84 11:02:52 EST
+Article-I.D.: kremvax.0001
+Posted: Sun Apr  1 11:02:52 1984
+Date-Received: Tue, 3-Apr-84 19:42:40 EST
+Organization: MIIA, Moscow
+Lines: 41
+Xref: dummy dummy:1
+X-OldUsenet-Modified: added Xref
+
+Joachim

remove 30 years of gnu
diff --git a/doc/index.mdwn b/doc/index.mdwn
index 63f48d8..fc4a205 100644
--- a/doc/index.mdwn
+++ b/doc/index.mdwn
@@ -21,9 +21,3 @@ width=300 height=480 scrolling=no frameborder=0 marginheight=0 marginwidth=0>
 
 Done reading? Leave an interesting post visible for the next visitor!  
 Nothing visible? Press Q a few times...
-
-<center>
-<a href="https://gnu.org/gnu30"><img
-src="https://static.fsf.org/nosvn/misc/GNU_30th_badge.png" alt="[ Celebrate
-30 years of GNU! ]" /></a>
-</center>

update
diff --git a/doc/faq.mdwn b/doc/faq.mdwn
index b44289b..36f3e45 100644
--- a/doc/faq.mdwn
+++ b/doc/faq.mdwn
@@ -3,8 +3,8 @@
 ## What is this?
 
 Olduse.net is Usenet, updated in real time as it was thirty years ago,
-available from [nntp.olduse.net](nntp:nntp.olduse.net) for the next ten
-years, unless I run out of inodes (again).
+available from [nntp.olduse.net](nntp:nntp.olduse.net) for the ten year
+period 2011-2021, unless I run out of inodes (again).
 
 ## Why do this?
 
@@ -95,12 +95,12 @@ lines, all existing new posts will be immediately available.
 
 ## When are posts expired?
 
-Either never, or when I run out of inodes. Of course disk space is not
+Of course disk space is not
 likely to be a problem here, in stark contrast to most other systems in the
-1980's.
+1980's. But I can still run out of inodes! And it seems to work better if
+all the old new groups from years ago don't show up.
 
-Or, it may turn out that expiring posts more frequently makes for a better
-experience for new users. TBD.
+So, currently after 60 days.
 
 ## Are the dates right?
 

remove koldfront
diff --git a/doc/blogfeeds.mdwn b/doc/blogfeeds.mdwn
index 9d9554f..aacf8fa 100644
--- a/doc/blogfeeds.mdwn
+++ b/doc/blogfeeds.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,3 @@
 blog feeds:
 
 * [[!aggregate expirecount=25 name="joey" feedurl="http://kitenet.net/~joey/blog/oldusenet/index.rss" url="http://kitenet.net/~joey/blog/"]]
-* [[!aggregate expirecount=25 name="koldfront" feedurl="http://koldfront.dk/olduse.net.rss" url="https://koldfront.dk/"]]

foo
diff --git a/doc/blogfeeds.mdwn b/doc/blogfeeds.mdwn
index 012b8af..9d9554f 100644
--- a/doc/blogfeeds.mdwn
+++ b/doc/blogfeeds.mdwn
@@ -1 +1,4 @@
 blog feeds:
+
+* [[!aggregate expirecount=25 name="joey" feedurl="http://kitenet.net/~joey/blog/oldusenet/index.rss" url="http://kitenet.net/~joey/blog/"]]
+* [[!aggregate expirecount=25 name="koldfront" feedurl="http://koldfront.dk/olduse.net.rss" url="https://koldfront.dk/"]]

foo
diff --git a/doc/blogfeeds.mdwn b/doc/blogfeeds.mdwn
index 9d9554f..012b8af 100644
--- a/doc/blogfeeds.mdwn
+++ b/doc/blogfeeds.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1 @@
 blog feeds:
-
-* [[!aggregate expirecount=25 name="joey" feedurl="http://kitenet.net/~joey/blog/oldusenet/index.rss" url="http://kitenet.net/~joey/blog/"]]
-* [[!aggregate expirecount=25 name="koldfront" feedurl="http://koldfront.dk/olduse.net.rss" url="https://koldfront.dk/"]]

link
diff --git a/doc/blog.mdwn b/doc/blog.mdwn
index 94a8acf..6a703f2 100644
--- a/doc/blog.mdwn
+++ b/doc/blog.mdwn
@@ -1 +1 @@
-[[!inline pages="((internal(blogfeeds/*) and !comment(*)) or (page(./blog/*) and !blog/*/*)) and !*/Discussion" show=100 feedshow=10]]
+[[!inline pages="((internal(./blogfeeds/*) and !comment(*)) or (page(./blog/*) and !blog/*/*)) and !*/Discussion" show=100 feedshow=10]]

didn't mean to post this
diff --git a/doc/blog/rms_followups.mdwn b/doc/blog/rms_followups.mdwn
deleted file mode 100644
index 3a184ad..0000000
--- a/doc/blog/rms_followups.mdwn
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,64 +0,0 @@
-12438@sri-arpa.UUCP
-
-The free software aspect sounds fun, but the unbounded mutation of
-systems worries me.
-
-The temptation to tinker with your environment is powerful indeed; I
-have installed and maintain local modifications in Gosling's emacs, so
-I have sinned, I guess.  Some of my mlisp won't run on other people's
-emacs, so it's only useful to a few people (I think I'll send the
-modifications off to Unipress, for penance).  I expect that RMS is
-capable of writing GNU and giving it away, but what then?  Is this
-really progress?
-
-498@sbcs.UUCP
-
-        My personal feeling is that the commonly accepted principal
-        of free flow of scientific knowledge should apply in the
-        case of programs. 
-
-5919@watmath.UUCP
-
-Subject: GNU considered harmful to software quality
-
-A recent proposal by RMS@MIT-OZ suggests a public domain Unix type
-operating system.  This idea could be the most dangerous thing to
-the world of software, and could result in tremendous setbacks in
-the advancement of software quality. 
-
-5924@watmath.UUCP
-
- What I object to is the philosophy
-behind the GNU statements.  If the GNU project changed its aims, I
-would view it in an entirely different light.  RMS contends that the
-current capitalist market for software does more harm than good, and
-he wants to destroy it with GNU.  I suggest this is one man's belief and
-that he should not try and destroy the system that others view differently.
-
-[RMS response](http://article.olduse.net/12452@sri-arpa.UUCP)
-
-120@ut-sally.UUCP
-
-Posting
-something that endangers the gateway because it clearly violates the standards
-strikes me more as irresponsible than as a manifestation of high ethics.
-(There are such things as paper mail and telephones where the GNU message
-could have gotten out with no restrictions, regardless of money matters.)
-
-12769@sri-arpa.UUCP
-
-It's refreshing to hear "but that will put us out of work" complaints
-from programmers.  Such complaints are normally limited to factory
-workers and unskilled laborers who fear displacement due to
-automation.  That the same programmers how cause much of the latter
-groups fears (and give little sympathy, I might add) now raise
-the cry themselves restores my faith in human nature. 
-
-340@wjh12.UUCP
-
-No GNUs is good news
-
-It seems wasteful to me for so many people to spend their time duplicating
-existing work, as they would if they wrote GNU
-
-

move feeds
diff --git a/doc/blog.mdwn b/doc/blog.mdwn
index dc9947d..94a8acf 100644
--- a/doc/blog.mdwn
+++ b/doc/blog.mdwn
@@ -1,8 +1 @@
-[[!inline pages="((internal(./blog/*) and !comment(*)) or (page(./blog/*) and !blog/*/*)) and !*/Discussion" show=100 feedshow=10]]
-
----
-
-blog feeds:
-
-* [[!aggregate expirecount=25 name="joey" feedurl="http://kitenet.net/~joey/blog/oldusenet/index.rss" url="http://kitenet.net/~joey/blog/"]]
-* [[!aggregate expirecount=25 name="koldfront" feedurl="http://koldfront.dk/olduse.net.rss" url="https://koldfront.dk/"]]
+[[!inline pages="((internal(blogfeeds/*) and !comment(*)) or (page(./blog/*) and !blog/*/*)) and !*/Discussion" show=100 feedshow=10]]
diff --git a/doc/blog/rms_followups.mdwn b/doc/blog/rms_followups.mdwn
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..3a184ad
--- /dev/null
+++ b/doc/blog/rms_followups.mdwn
@@ -0,0 +1,64 @@
+12438@sri-arpa.UUCP
+
+The free software aspect sounds fun, but the unbounded mutation of
+systems worries me.
+
+The temptation to tinker with your environment is powerful indeed; I
+have installed and maintain local modifications in Gosling's emacs, so
+I have sinned, I guess.  Some of my mlisp won't run on other people's
+emacs, so it's only useful to a few people (I think I'll send the
+modifications off to Unipress, for penance).  I expect that RMS is
+capable of writing GNU and giving it away, but what then?  Is this
+really progress?
+
+498@sbcs.UUCP
+
+        My personal feeling is that the commonly accepted principal
+        of free flow of scientific knowledge should apply in the
+        case of programs. 
+
+5919@watmath.UUCP
+
+Subject: GNU considered harmful to software quality
+
+A recent proposal by RMS@MIT-OZ suggests a public domain Unix type
+operating system.  This idea could be the most dangerous thing to
+the world of software, and could result in tremendous setbacks in
+the advancement of software quality. 
+
+5924@watmath.UUCP
+
+ What I object to is the philosophy
+behind the GNU statements.  If the GNU project changed its aims, I
+would view it in an entirely different light.  RMS contends that the
+current capitalist market for software does more harm than good, and
+he wants to destroy it with GNU.  I suggest this is one man's belief and
+that he should not try and destroy the system that others view differently.
+
+[RMS response](http://article.olduse.net/12452@sri-arpa.UUCP)
+
+120@ut-sally.UUCP
+
+Posting
+something that endangers the gateway because it clearly violates the standards
+strikes me more as irresponsible than as a manifestation of high ethics.
+(There are such things as paper mail and telephones where the GNU message
+could have gotten out with no restrictions, regardless of money matters.)
+
+12769@sri-arpa.UUCP
+
+It's refreshing to hear "but that will put us out of work" complaints
+from programmers.  Such complaints are normally limited to factory
+workers and unskilled laborers who fear displacement due to
+automation.  That the same programmers how cause much of the latter
+groups fears (and give little sympathy, I might add) now raise
+the cry themselves restores my faith in human nature. 
+
+340@wjh12.UUCP
+
+No GNUs is good news
+
+It seems wasteful to me for so many people to spend their time duplicating
+existing work, as they would if they wrote GNU
+
+
diff --git a/doc/blogfeeds.mdwn b/doc/blogfeeds.mdwn
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..9d9554f
--- /dev/null
+++ b/doc/blogfeeds.mdwn
@@ -0,0 +1,4 @@
+blog feeds:
+
+* [[!aggregate expirecount=25 name="joey" feedurl="http://kitenet.net/~joey/blog/oldusenet/index.rss" url="http://kitenet.net/~joey/blog/"]]
+* [[!aggregate expirecount=25 name="koldfront" feedurl="http://koldfront.dk/olduse.net.rss" url="https://koldfront.dk/"]]

screenshot
diff --git a/doc/blog/what_rms_saw.mdwn b/doc/blog/what_rms_saw.mdwn
index dfb4fb9..2e018b8 100644
--- a/doc/blog/what_rms_saw.mdwn
+++ b/doc/blog/what_rms_saw.mdwn
@@ -69,3 +69,7 @@ and social and legal levels.
 
 And more than anyone else, he did something about it. In 1 hour from now you
 can see what, in the `net.unix-wizards` newsgroup on `nntp.olduse.net`.
+
+Update:
+
+[[!img img/bdaygnu.png link="http://article.olduse.net/771@mit-eddie.UUCP"]]
diff --git a/doc/img/bdaygnu.png b/doc/img/bdaygnu.png
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..6b02b69
Binary files /dev/null and b/doc/img/bdaygnu.png differ

Added a comment: hello to our FSF visitors!
diff --git a/doc/blog/what_rms_saw/comment_1_dd7e15c4d84bb5e6ad7af5c8c073aa10._comment b/doc/blog/what_rms_saw/comment_1_dd7e15c4d84bb5e6ad7af5c8c073aa10._comment
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..9ab71fd
--- /dev/null
+++ b/doc/blog/what_rms_saw/comment_1_dd7e15c4d84bb5e6ad7af5c8c073aa10._comment
@@ -0,0 +1,14 @@
+[[!comment format=mdwn
+ username="http://joeyh.name/"
+ ip="4.153.8.80"
+ subject="hello to our FSF visitors!"
+ date="2013-09-27T17:09:19Z"
+ content="""
+Note that the RMS post does not pop up on olduse.net until 30 minutes from now. An unexplained oddity in the Date header; some archived copies have 12:35 and some like mine, 13:35.
+
+Also, olduse.net ignores NNTP propigation delays. 
+The post actually took some time to propigate over time-delayed dialup usenet!
+
+Date-Received: Thu, 29-Sep-83 07:38:11 EDT
+
+"""]]

sign
diff --git a/doc/blog/what_rms_saw.mdwn b/doc/blog/what_rms_saw.mdwn
index ce71ccd..dfb4fb9 100644
--- a/doc/blog/what_rms_saw.mdwn
+++ b/doc/blog/what_rms_saw.mdwn
@@ -1,3 +1,5 @@
+[[!meta author=Joey]]
+
 If RMS was reading oldusenet in the last 24 hours, as he 
 fine-tuned the wording of his famous announcement, 
 here are two things he would have seen:

blog
diff --git a/doc/blog/what_rms_saw.mdwn b/doc/blog/what_rms_saw.mdwn
index c8e10d8..ce71ccd 100644
--- a/doc/blog/what_rms_saw.mdwn
+++ b/doc/blog/what_rms_saw.mdwn
@@ -1,5 +1,5 @@
-If RMS was reading usenet in the last 24 hours, as he 
-fine-tuned the wording of his famous accouncement, 
+If RMS was reading oldusenet in the last 24 hours, as he 
+fine-tuned the wording of his famous announcement, 
 here are two things he would have seen:
 
 [Maryland software distribution](http://article.olduse.net/2755@umcp-cs.UUCP)

blog
diff --git a/doc/blog/what_rms_saw.mdwn b/doc/blog/what_rms_saw.mdwn
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..c8e10d8
--- /dev/null
+++ b/doc/blog/what_rms_saw.mdwn
@@ -0,0 +1,69 @@
+If RMS was reading usenet in the last 24 hours, as he 
+fine-tuned the wording of his famous accouncement, 
+here are two things he would have seen:
+
+[Maryland software distribution](http://article.olduse.net/2755@umcp-cs.UUCP)
+
+A Lisp system, including a windowing system.
+
+<blockquote>
+This flexible package allows convenient management of multiple
+contexts on the screen and runs on ordinary character display
+terminals as well as bit-mapped displays.
+</blockquote>
+
+For just $100, but check out the license:
+
+<pre>
+In exchange for the Maryland software tape, I certify to the
+following:
+
+a.  I will not use any of the Maryland software distribution in a
+    commercial product without obtaining permission from Maryland
+    first.
+b.  I will keep the Maryland copyright notices in the source code,
+    and acknowledge the source of the software in any use I make of
+    it.
+c.  I will not redistribute this software to anyone without permission
+    from Maryland first.
+d.  I will keep Maryland informed of any bug fixes.
+e.  I am the appropriate person at my site who can make guarantees a-d.
+</pre>
+
+----
+
+[New Kernel!](http://article.olduse.net/260@psuvax.UUCP)
+
+No, it's not Linux. ;)  But it is an improved Unix kernel for the PDP-11.
+
+<blockquote>
+And so nine months ago we (oops, sorry, 'we' are Professor Robert Michael
+Owens, John Irwin, and David Eckhardt) set out to transform version 7 into
+something useable.  To make a long story short, we think we've done so.  So now
+we have considered trying to market/give-away our UNIX. Like 4.1, it would
+require a V7 license.
+</blockquote>
+
+That's an existing AT&T Unix license, required to see the new kernel source
+code that these guys are otherwise mostly ready to give away to anyone
+with interest.
+
+----
+
+I'm surprised these popped up in just the past 24 hours. They are not
+the first such posts on Usenet of course. But the proprietary software
+is certianly coming thick and fast in the hours before RMS began to change
+everything!
+
+I'm sure that, as RMS was reading Usenet (and Arpanet) before this, he
+saw much more than this. He'd have seen a trend toward free sharing of code,
+enabled on an unprecedented level by the new networks. And at the same
+time he'd have seen each site trying to piece together their own Unix from
+software they licenced and hints posted on the net. He'd have seen the hacker
+ethos exploding, at the same time that a public who had just recently
+been exposed to "hacking" in War Games started to think they were all
+criminals. He'd have seen so, so much potential, hobbled on technical
+and social and legal levels.
+
+And more than anyone else, he did something about it. In 1 hour from now you
+can see what, in the `net.unix-wizards` newsgroup on `nntp.olduse.net`.

badge
diff --git a/doc/index.mdwn b/doc/index.mdwn
index fc4a205..63f48d8 100644
--- a/doc/index.mdwn
+++ b/doc/index.mdwn
@@ -21,3 +21,9 @@ width=300 height=480 scrolling=no frameborder=0 marginheight=0 marginwidth=0>
 
 Done reading? Leave an interesting post visible for the next visitor!  
 Nothing visible? Press Q a few times...
+
+<center>
+<a href="https://gnu.org/gnu30"><img
+src="https://static.fsf.org/nosvn/misc/GNU_30th_badge.png" alt="[ Celebrate
+30 years of GNU! ]" /></a>
+</center>

foo
diff --git a/doc/index.mdwn b/doc/index.mdwn
index f339f9d..fc4a205 100644
--- a/doc/index.mdwn
+++ b/doc/index.mdwn
@@ -19,4 +19,5 @@ frameborder=0 marginheight=0 marginwidth=0>
 width=300 height=480 scrolling=no frameborder=0 marginheight=0 marginwidth=0>
 </iframe>
 
-Done reading? Leave an interesting post visible for the next visitor!
+Done reading? Leave an interesting post visible for the next visitor!  
+Nothing visible? Press Q a few times...

new map
diff --git a/doc/blog/current_usenet_map.mdwn b/doc/blog/current_usenet_map.mdwn
index 89ef255..973d0c8 100644
--- a/doc/blog/current_usenet_map.mdwn
+++ b/doc/blog/current_usenet_map.mdwn
@@ -1,5 +1,140 @@
 This post is updated as new usenet maps are posted on olduse.net.
 
+[July 1983 map](http://article.olduse.net/284@sun.UUCP):
+
+<pre>
+The map is up to 519 sites in North America plus 29 sites in Europe.
+and 1 in Australia.  It is becoming increasingly three-dimensional.
+Because of this, there is one crossover on the map, as well as a number
+(16) of connections that are keyed in with numbers (so that (1) connects
+to (1) and so on).
+
+Reading the map:  -, |, and + indicate connections.  Lines never pass
+through a +, which always indicate where the connecting line ends or
+changes direction.  Logical buses are represented by =.  This means
+that a site such as hplabs is indicated by the entire string of
+characters as follows:  +====+=hao===+====+.
+                                                                                                                   olduse.net
+                                                                                                                         \
+                                                                                                                  (wormhole to 2013)
+USENET LOGICAL MAP - July 10,1983                                                                                          \                                                                        Karen Shannon (sun!kas)
+----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------\----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
+                   orstcs  kirk  ssovax--interlab  ism750  ism780  images  ico  hscfvax  hscvax  mit-eddie--mit-vax--(3)     \ utcsstat utecfa trigraph  munodie  watcecit           uw70                     auvax                             
+                       |    |       |                   |     |       |     |      |       |         |       |                \  |        |        |        |        |                |                        |                                
+ arizona  denelcor     | hp-cvd  icalqa--omsvax   cfib--+=====+==ima==+=====+-----n44a--wjh12-----genrad--grkermit--masscomp   \ +==+==utcsrgv=====+----garfield  wateng    uw-vlsi--uw-june  (16)   mprvaxa  alberta                           
+    |      |           |    |       | |       |         |     |    |  |                    |         |                |         \   |                                |                |         |       |      |                                
+ kpno  csu-cs--hp-dcd--hp-pcd   (9) | aus86  (11)     inmet  imd  ipa | rayssd--brunix--foxvax1      |       kobold--orc   dciem-utzoo---------watmath------------watdaisy   teltone--+==uw-beaver==+--ubc-vision                               
+    |    |                 |     |  |                                 |                              |                             | |         |     |                                |          |      |      |                                
+    +====+=hao===+====+--+=+===+=+=hplabs==========+-----sri-unix-----cca--------------------------+=+=+=====+===linus======+======+ hcr   watarts  watcgl                 uvicctr--ssc-vax      |  ubc-medgen |                                
+    |            |    |  | |   |     |             |                  | |                          |   |     |              |                                                         |          |             |                                
+   (5)         cires  |  | | oliveb  hpda------+  hplabsc  yale-comix | csin       unh  vortex   wivax | security--vaxine   | cg-d   cwrunix--cwruecmp--medman           microsoft--fluke--oz  (13)         sfucmpt                             
+                 |    |  | |         |         |                  |   |             |     |        |   |                    |   |                 |                          |                   |                                              
+         opus--nbires |  | hplabsb  hpdb--hpdc | twg      packet  +===+======+======+=====+========+===+=====decvax=========|===+=================+============+==+==========+===================+===========+                                  
+                 |    |  |                 |   |  |            |  |          |                                              |                                  |  |                                          |                                  
+      utastro--ut-ngp |  |    avsdF     hptabu |  | wdl1   sco |  | flairvax |           bmcg--felix     sdchema  noscvax   | sbcs  rdin  sunrise  micomz      |  |  twin40--unc-c  mi-cec--idis--pitt--dri0 | adiron                           
+                      |  |      |              |  |  |       | |  | |        |             |                |       |       |   |     |      |       |         |  |              |           |               | |                                
+            nsc--menlo70 |    avsdS--atd--dsd--fortune------amd70 | |  ios   |     (9)--sdcrdcf-------------+==sdcsvax===+--+===+=philabs====+----micomvax     |  | dvamc--+=====+===mcnc===++===+---+===duke+=+--phs                           
+                      |  |      |                  |           |  | |   |    |           |                     |    |    |  |   |                              |  |        |          |     |    |   |   |     |                                
+   varian  syteka--sytek |    avsdT    p500vax--megatest--sun--decwrl--qubix |       trw-unix--scgvaxd      sdccsu3 |    | (12) |  nybcb  rocky2               |  |   ikonas  (10)--ncsu   tucc--+unc+  (2)  ucf-cs--fau                        
+        |             |  |                         |       |      |          |        |    |                |    |  |    |      |    |      |                  |  |                   |     |      |           |                                
+  (15)--+===+=======zehntel====================+  ubvax  altos86  turtlevax  |   trwspf    trwspp      sdcatta--sdcattb  | rna--+====+=cmcl2+=+--cmcl1         |  |                 uvacs  ecs  brl-bmd      uf-che                             
+            |       | |                        |                             |                            |      |    |  |           |        |                |  |                   |            |                                            
+       zinfandel  zps |  (13)   tekid  tekcad  +------------+       ucsfcgl  |                            |    sdcarl |  |        lanl-a   esquire             |  |                 ied102      udrelay                                         
+                      |    |      |      |                  |           |    |                            |           |  |           |        |                |  |                                                                             
+bronze--+==tekmdp==+--+====+=+==tektronix+==+==+----ucbcad--+====ucbvax=+====+                         phonlab-------sdcsla      unm-ivax   cubs45             |  |  ittral  ndcuts  qumix                                                      
+        |     |       |      |           |  |  |       |                |                                                         |    |                       |  |    |       |       |                                                        
+  crimson   dadla   iddic  tekchips    reed | tekecs  ucbesvax     ucbtopaz                                                   unmvax  nmtvax                   |  +====+==ittvax=======+--bunker--bunkerb                                       
+            | | |     |      |              |                           |                                                                                      |       |       |       |                                                        
+      dadla-a | |   tekgds   |   sequel--ogcvax--metheus--cdi       populi       cda5d         llkp03  hound  houx[j,h,s,v]                                    |     wxlvax  dcdwest  sii--hei44                                                
+              | |            |              |                                      |             |      |      |                                               |                                                                                
+     dadla-b--+ dadla-d  teklabs  hogpd   (11)    hocsf--hocs[d-e,g-k,t]   wb2---houxz--wbux5  whuxk  houxa  houxk--houxw  hou2[a-b]  houx[c-d,i,l,r,u,y]      |                                                                                
+                                    |               |                              |      |      |      |      |      |      |          |                      |                                                                                
+   (4)    eisx--npoiv--npois--------+=====+====hogpc+========+---------------------+======+=====++======+====houxm====+=====++====+=====+--houem               |                                                                                
+    |       |                             |                  |                                  |                           |     |     |                      |                                                                                
+  whuxlb--pyuxll--abnjh   astrovax  (8)  (6)  cbrap  cbosg  houx[b,e,g,n,o-q,t] uofm-cv--mb2c  (7)  gatech---msdc--(10)   hocda  (8)   houxf                   |                                                                                
+    |                         |      |           |    |                                    |             |   |  |          |  |         |                      |                                                                                
+  gummo       pyuxqq     princeton   |  osu-dbs--+====+==cbosgd=+====+--mddc      hfhrv--mb2b  bpa--sb6--emory  itm  (2)   |  machaids--5941ux                 |                                                                                
+    |            |            |      |           |    |         |    |                     |        |                 |    |                                   |                                                                                
+    |      pyuxk |  circe--ulysses--mhuxa----mhuxi  cbscd5    nscs  (1)         scbhq--+===+=sb1====+--+=====burl=+===+--spanky--alfalfa                       |                                                                                
+    |         |  |                   |       |   |    |         |                      |                          |   |    |                                   |      ----------------------------------------------------                      
+    | pyuxvv  |  |    pyuxjj  pyuxcc |     aluxz |  cbscc     cbrmc             att3--ll1--ll1b  mgweed   (14)  clyde |   tpsa     hou5b                       |      | Additional Connections:                          |                      
+    |   |     |  |       |       |   |       |   |              |                      |            |       |         |              |                         |      |                                                  |                      
+    |   +=====+==+===pyuxi===+===+--mhuxm    |   |           mork-cb            tty3b--+==otuxa==+--+=====+=we13======+     hou5d--hou5a   odin                |      |  (1)  cbosgd--ihnp4                              |                      
+    |   |        |      |    |   |   |  |    |   |                                     |                  |           |       |      |      |                  |      |  (2)  duke--burl                                 |                      
+    | u1100a  pyuxss  pyuxhh | pyuxl | mhuxd |   |                                  nwuxd  inuxb  inuxd  we53--kcwin  uniq  hou5e--hou5f--orion--houca         |      |  (3)  eagle--mit-vax                             |                      
+    |   |                    |       |  |    |   |                                            |      |                        |      |             |           |      |  (4)  floyd--whuxlb                              |                      
+    | u1100s       pyuxdd--pyuxnn   mhuxv    |   |  uicsg  ccvaxa   moria            inuxa--+=+======inuxc======+--ixn5c    hou5c  ariel--houti---(6)          |      |  (5)  hao--seismo                                |                      
+    |                        |       |       |   |    |       |       |                     |                   |    |               |      |                  |      |  (6)  hogpc--houca and hogpc--houti              |                      
+    |                      pyuxmm   mhuxr  mhuxj |  uicsl--+==+=uiucdcs====+------------pur-ee--iuvax--isrnix  inuxe |   tesla       |   pegasus--maxvax       |      |  (7)  houxm--ihnp4                               |                      
+    |                                |       |   |         |      |        |              |  |                       |     |         |                         |      |  (8)  houxm--mhuxa                               |                      
+    |        research               mhuxh----mhuxt    uiucuxc--uiucsrl  parsec            | ecn-pa--ecn-pc--ecn-ed   |  cornell----vax135--------floyd-------+ |      |  (9)  hplabs--sdcrdcf                            |                      
+    |           |                    |         |           |               |              |  |                       |     |                       |         | |      | (10)  ncsu--msdc                                 |                      
+    | rabbit--alice  allegra  hlexa--hlhop     |      uiuceml            ctvax   minn-ua  | ecn-ec  pucc-i           |   (16)                     (4)        | |      | (11)  omsvax--ogcvax                             |                      
+    |           |       |                      |                           |       |      |  |        |              |                                       | |      | (12)  philabs--seismo                            |                      
+    |   +====+==+==+====+=eagle================+                        trsvax   umn-cs  purdue-----pucc-h--pur-phy  |       cvl--umcp-cs--aplvax            | |      | (13)  tektronix--decvax and tektronix--uw-beaver |                      
+    |   |    |     |                                                               |      |                          |        |                              | |      | (14)  we13--ihnp4                                |                      
+    |   |  mh3bs  (3)      rocks34--rocksvax--sunybcs     burdvax--psuvax        stolaf  ncrday--cincy     (15)      |    +-rlgvax  dvlcn  slinac            | |      | (15)  zehntel--ihnp4                             |                      
+    |   |    |                          |                      |      |            |                        |        |    |   |         |  |                 | |      | (16)  uw-beaver--cornell                         |                      
+    |   |  mhtsa      crystal--uwvax    | tropix   ritvp    presby  psupdp1        +===============ihnp4====+=+======+    | uf-cgrl     sask--hssg40--adec23 | |      ----------------------------------------------------                      
+    |   |                        |      |      |   |           |                   |                 |        |      |    |   |         |                    | |                                                                                
+    |   |  wheps      electrolux |  rochester--ritcv--ccieng5  |  (5)    (12)     (1)     cdlncch--laidbak  (14)    (7)   | beesvax--utah-cs--utah-gr--pwa-b | |                                                                                
+    |   |    |                |  |      |                      |   |       |                                              |             |                    | |                                                                                
+    |   |  zeppo     cit-vax--+==+======+============seismo====+===+=======+----------------------------------------------+             |                    | |                                                                                
+    |   |    |                                         |                                                                                |                    | |                                                                                
+    +===+====+=========================================+========================================harpo===================================+====================+=+                                                       
+
+EUROPE
+________________________________________________________________________________
+
+
+                              North American Map
+                                       |
+                                    philabs
+                                       |
+    hirst1  ru-cc44  west44            |  ibt      sara70
+       |       |       |               |   |          |
+       |    ru-cs44  root44       vu44 | diku  nlgvax | vmucnam
+       |       |       |           |   |   |     |    |    |
+comet--+======ukc======+=====+-----+=mcvax=+=+===+====+====+--vub   
+               |             |     |    |    |   |    |    |
+logica--+===edcaad===+      regi   | dutesta |  zti1  | mcpdp45
+        |            |             |         |        |
+        | +=edmiru=+ |          philmds   uvapsy   mcpdp34
+        | |        | |
+       edee--edai--edmrc
+        |            |
+        +===glasgow==+--glhocus
+
+
+AUSTRALIA
+________________________________________________________________________________
+
+
+                    basservax--sdchema--North American Map
+                    (australia)
+
+
+
+IHNP4 - Leaf nodes
+________________________________________________________________________________
+
+          ihtnt  ihux[a-b,e-f,h-x]  ihps[1-4]  iwlc[5-8]  ixhte  ih1ap
+            |      |                     |        |        |       |
+          ihldt    | ihnet  ihnss  ihpad | ih4ep  |  ihnp1 | ihnp3 | 
+            |      |   |      |      |   |   |    |    |   |   |   |
+     ihn5i--+===+==+===+======+====ihnp4=+===+====+====+===+===+===+--ihu1[e-f]
+            |   |      |      |     |    |   |    |    |   |   |   |
+            | ihn5l  ihlts    |   ihtpa  | ihhfl  |  ihu1e | ihu1f |
+            |                 |          |        |        |       |
+          iwsl[1-7]   ixn5[d-h,k,o]   iwu1[a-d]  ihima   ihhfl   iheds
+
+
+DRUX* (Currently isolated)
+________________________________________________________________________________
+
+              druxs--drux[h-r,t-z]
+</pre>
+
 [April 1983 map](http://article.olduse.net/240@sun.UUCP):
 
 <pre>

layout
diff --git a/doc/blog/smile.mdwn b/doc/blog/smile.mdwn
index bcdb0fb..d37c6f0 100644
--- a/doc/blog/smile.mdwn
+++ b/doc/blog/smile.mdwn
@@ -21,7 +21,6 @@ first mentioned in a post from James Morris to the human-nets
 list, [gatewayed from arpanet to usenet](http://article.olduse.net/443@brl-bmd.UUCP)
 in November 1982. 
 
-<blockquote>
     Because you can't see the person who is sending you electronic
     mail you are sometimes uncertain whether they are serious or
     joking.  Recently, Scott Fahlman at CMU devised a scheme for
@@ -43,7 +42,6 @@ in November 1982.
     ~= a candle, to annotate flaming messages
 
     So you see, bit-map displays are really quite unnecessary :->
-</blockquote>
 
 ([This page](http://www.cs.cmu.edu/~sef/Orig-Smiley.htm) has the details
 of Scott Fahlman's original post, which was not made to Usenet but to a BBS, 

add
diff --git a/doc/blog/smile.mdwn b/doc/blog/smile.mdwn
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..bcdb0fb
--- /dev/null
+++ b/doc/blog/smile.mdwn
@@ -0,0 +1,232 @@
+[[!meta author="Joey"]]
+
+[David suggests](http://article.olduse.net/404@mit-eddie.UUCP)
+that smileys are pretty new.
+
+> Wow!  The ":-)" notation was suggested just about three mionths ago, and
+> I had thought that it was spreading SLOWLY.  Just how fast is this network
+> growing, anyway?
+
+[According to Paul](http://article.olduse.net/1075@stolaf.UUCP), they're
+not so new.
+
+> As I recall, it was started last summer.  Seems as though there
+> was a whole list of 'um made then too . . .
+> 
+> 	        :-}     :-{     8-)     6-)     9-)     :-(
+
+Interesting, I have not encountered the 6 and 9 variants on the modern net.
+But anyway, when was the first smiley posted to Usenet? It was
+first mentioned in a post from James Morris to the human-nets
+list, [gatewayed from arpanet to usenet](http://article.olduse.net/443@brl-bmd.UUCP)
+in November 1982. 
+
+<blockquote>
+    Because you can't see the person who is sending you electronic
+    mail you are sometimes uncertain whether they are serious or
+    joking.  Recently, Scott Fahlman at CMU devised a scheme for
+    annotating one's messages to overcome this problem.  If you turn
+    your head sideways to look at the three characters :-) they look
+    sort of like a smiling face.  Thus, if someone sends you a
+    message that says "Have you stopped beating your wife?:-)" you
+    know they are joking.  If they say "I need to talk to you :-(",
+    be prepared for trouble.
+
+    Since Scott's original proposal, many further symbols have been
+    proposed here:
+
+    (:-) for messages dealing with bicycle helmets
+    @= for messages dealing with nuclear war
+    <:-) for dumb questions
+    oo for somebody's head-lights are on messages
+    o>-<|= for messages of interest to women
+    ~= a candle, to annotate flaming messages
+
+    So you see, bit-map displays are really quite unnecessary :->
+</blockquote>
+
+([This page](http://www.cs.cmu.edu/~sef/Orig-Smiley.htm) has the details
+of Scott Fahlman's original post, which was not made to Usenet but to a BBS, 
+and the digital archeology involved in retrieving it from tape in 2002.)
+
+Soon after that post, a smiley was used in a direct post to usenet
+[by John Woods](http://article.olduse.net/190@mitccc.UUCP):
+
+> Mental phenomena are easy to demonstrate, to wit:
+> Place your phone in the middle of your desk.  Think about your phone for a while.
+> Eventually, it will ring.  See how easy it is?  While it is ringing, think about
+> making it stop, and soon it will.
+> 
+> :-)
+
+And how fast did the smiley spread from this first introduction on Usenet?
+Here's a rough histrogram, although of course Usenet traffic levels are also
+generally increasing in this period.
+
+<pre>
+#
+##
+#
+#
+#
+
+##
+##
+#
+
+
+
+#
+
+#
+
+
+
+#
+#
+##
+####
+#####
+#####
+###########
+####
+#####
+#####
+######
+####
+#####
+########
+######
+##########
+##############
+###
+############
+###########
+########
+################
+#################
+############
+###############
+##############
+####################
+#####################
+#####################
+#####################
+################
+###################
+#########################
+###################################
+###########################
+########################
+#####################
+#########################
+##########################
+################
+#######################
+###########################
+##################################
+#######################
+#############################
+########################
+##############################
+#########################################
+##########################
+##################
+###############################################
+###########################################
+################################
+##############################################
+###################################
+########################################
+############################################
+#####################################
+#####################################
+################################################
+#################################################
+############################################
+#######################################
+#########################################
+######################################
+################################################
+#######################################################
+###############################################################
+############################################################
+############################################################
+#####################################################
+###############################################
+##########################################
+########################################
+######################################################
+###############################################################
+##################################################
+###########################################
+####################################
+#################################################
+#####################
+########################################
+################################################
+#######################################
+###########################################
+###############################################################
+###################################################################
+###########################################################
+###########################
+###############
+#################
+###########################
+###################
+##################
+################
+################
+#################
+##########################
+##################
+###################
+#################
+##############
+#######################
+###################################
+###################################
+##########################################
+########################
+#######################
+#######################
+####################

(Diff truncated)
blog
diff --git a/doc/blog/would_you_like_to_play_a_game.mdwn b/doc/blog/would_you_like_to_play_a_game.mdwn
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..86fd770
--- /dev/null
+++ b/doc/blog/would_you_like_to_play_a_game.mdwn
@@ -0,0 +1,24 @@
+[[!meta title="Would you like to play a game?"]]
+[[!meta author=Joey]]
+
+It's summer movie season, and here's another review for a movie you
+might recognise. But while you probably see this movie in a pretty good
+light, as an influential and better than average depiction of
+computer hacking ..  the
+[Flaming review of Wargames](http://article.olduse.net/2478@sri-arpa.UUCP)
+has a different take:
+
+> In my humble opinion, the film "Wargames" is a good example of the
+> sort of "pseudo-technical" crap that gives people unrealistically
+> negative views of computers and the people who work with them.
+
+I particularly liked this part, which highlighted a problem with War Games
+that is no longer apparent from our vantage point:
+
+> typical silliness of data rates much faster than possible with the
+> modems in use
+
+---
+
+Meanwhile, I'm about ready for the 'net to stop talking about Star Wars,
+how about you?

update
diff --git a/doc/blog/Return_of_the_Jedi.mdwn b/doc/blog/Return_of_the_Jedi.mdwn
index 1d6a564..f49e285 100644
--- a/doc/blog/Return_of_the_Jedi.mdwn
+++ b/doc/blog/Return_of_the_Jedi.mdwn
@@ -1,3 +1,40 @@
+<pre>
+-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
+                __________STAR WARS______________________________
+                /-\ /-- /--\ / \ /-\ /\  \    /\ /-- /--\  /-\
+                \-/ |--  ||  | | \-/ | \ | OF  | |-- |   |  |
+                | \ \--  ||  \_/ | \ |  \| THE | \-- \__/  \-/
+                -------------------------------|-----------------
+                                             \_/
+                                          ^
+                                         / \
+                                       . |||
+                                  ..     |||
+                                .        |||
+                          .              |||
+                        .                |||
+                 .  .                    |||
+            . .. ..    .                 |||
+                     .                   |||
+           .   .  .                      |||
+             .                           |||
+         .     .    . .                  |||
+                 .                      \---/
+                 .  . . OOO              /-|
+            .   .      OOOOO            //-|
+                 . .    OOO             |/--\
+         .     .   .   .  . ..          |||-\\
+         . .    .    .   . .            ||  ||
+-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
+
+                Starring
+                MARK HAMILL - HARRISON FORD - CARRIE FISHER
+                  BILLY DEE WILLIAMS - ANTHONY DANIELS as c3po
+         Co-starring David Prowse - Kenny Baker - Peter Mathew - Frank Oz
+ Directed by RICHARD MARQUAND Produced by HOWARD KAZANJIAN Story by GORGE LUCAS
+                Screeplay by LAWRENCE KASDAN and GEORGE LUCAS
+</pre>
+
 It's time for Return of the Jedi reviews on olduse.net!
 
 [Here's one](http://article.olduse.net/167@gatech.UUCP)

post
diff --git a/doc/blog/Return_of_the_Jedi.mdwn b/doc/blog/Return_of_the_Jedi.mdwn
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..1d6a564
--- /dev/null
+++ b/doc/blog/Return_of_the_Jedi.mdwn
@@ -0,0 +1,15 @@
+It's time for Return of the Jedi reviews on olduse.net!
+
+[Here's one](http://article.olduse.net/167@gatech.UUCP)
+by none other than [Gene Spafford](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gene_Spafford).
+
+If you're still unsure about going to see it, here's
+[a longer review](http://article.olduse.net/435@watcgl.UUCP).
+
+<blockquote>
+The film was fantastic, special effects out did themselves, you can't
+tell where they used the computer graphics for scenery because it all melded
+in so well 
+</blockquote>
+
+.. I'm not sure about those muppets though.

update the ascii map
diff --git a/doc/blog/current_usenet_map.mdwn b/doc/blog/current_usenet_map.mdwn
index 593e92d..89ef255 100644
--- a/doc/blog/current_usenet_map.mdwn
+++ b/doc/blog/current_usenet_map.mdwn
@@ -1,5 +1,102 @@
 This post is updated as new usenet maps are posted on olduse.net.
 
+[April 1983 map](http://article.olduse.net/240@sun.UUCP):
+
+<pre>
+USENET LOGICAL MAP - April 2, 1983                                                                                                       Karen Shannon (sun!kas)
+----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------   olduse.net
+   az70         aus86  omsvax  orstcs   kirk         ism750  n44a  images  ico    alberta--ubc-vision--sfucmpt    wjh12--foxvax1     utcsstat--utcsrgv--trigraph   /
+     |            |        |      |       |             |     |       |     |               |  |   |                |                                |            (wormhole
+ arizona  ssovax--+=icalqa=+   hp-pcd--hp-cvd     cfib--+=====+==ima==+=====+       ubc-medgen | mprvaxa  grkermit--genrad--mitccc  wateng--watdaisy | dciem     / to 2013)
+     |                     |      |                     |     |    |  |     |                  |                    |    |                    |      |   |      / 
+   kpno     nbires--cires  |      | hplabsb  hplabsc  inmet  imd  ipa | ism780   teltone--uw-beaver--uw-june--uw70  |    linus--security   watmath---+==utzoo==+
+     |                |    |      |    |        |                     |                   |                |        |    |   |              |   |        |     |
+cvl  +====+=hao=======+=+--+===hplabs+=+========+-----sri-unix-------cca--csin    microsoft--fluke--vax1   uw-vlsi  | wivax  vaxine   watarts  watcgl   hcr    |
+ |        |           | |            |                                |               |      |   |  |               |   |                                |     |
+rlgvax--+ |   crystal | csu-cs      hpda-------+      brunix--rayssd  | cg-d          | ssc-vax  vax2   vortex  unh |   | medman--cwruecmp--cwrunix      |     |
+        | |      |    |              |         |         |            |  |            |                    |     |  |   |            |                   |     |
+presby--seismo--uwvax |             hpdb--hpdc |      yale-comix--+===+==+===+========++=============+=====+=decvax=+===+============+===============+===+=====+
+  |       |           |                    |   |                  |   |      |         |                                                             |         |
+burdvax   | rocksvax  |       avsdF     hptabu |  twg             | sultan   |  ittapp | ndcuts  tpdcvax     twin40--web40  mi-cec--idis--pitt--dri0 | adiron  |
+          |   |       |         |              |   |              |          |    |    |   |         |                  |            |               |  |      |
+ritcv--rochester   menlo70    avsdS--atd--dsd--fortune--wdl1      |          |    +====ittvax==+=====+--bunker  ikonas--+===+=mcnc=+=+==+---+====duke+==+--phs |
+        |             |         |                  |              |          |    |     |      |     |                      |      |    |   |    |             |
+   rocks34  syteka--sytek     avsdT    p500vax--megatest--sun--decwrl--amd70 |  qumix  sii  dcdwest  wxlvax         uvacs--ncsu   tucc--+unc+  ucf-cs--uf-che  |
+                      |                            |       |      | |        |                 |                            |      |      |      |             |
+           varian--zehntel--zps                  ubvax  altos86   | flairvax |  trwspf  trwspp +=====sdcsvax===+--sdchema  msdc   ecs  brl-bmd  fau            |
+                      |                                           |          |      |     |    |     |    |    |            |           |                      |
+           crimson    |      tekchips  tekid                  turtlevax      |  trw-unix--+    |  sdcsla  |  philabs--+    emory   udrelay   unm-ivax--nmtvax  |
+              |       |          |       |                                   |      |          |     |    |    |      |                         |              |
+    bronze--tekmdp----+=======tektronix==+=======+--ucbcad--+====ucbvax======+  sdcrdcf--sdccsu3  phonlab |  micomvax | cmcl1  nybcb  rocky2  lanl-a  cubs45   |
+              |       |                  |       |          |    |    |           |      |     |  |       |           |   |      |       |      |      |       |
+           dadla-a  iddic       reed--teklabs  tekcad     populi | ucbonyx      bmcg  sdcattb--sdcatta  noscvax       +===+====cmcl2=====+======+---esquire---+|
+              |       |                  |                       |                       |                                                      |             ||
+   dadla-b--dadla  tektinker  sequel--ogcvax--metheus--cdi    ucsfcgl   maxvax        sdcarl           tpsa--spanky         e  f  g  j  (hocs*) |    sbcs     ||
+              |                                                           |                                    |            |  |  |  |          |     |       ||
+           dadla-d         u1100s----------------------------u1100a    pegasus             5941ux--machaids--hocda       d--+=hocsb==+--k       |    peri     ||
+                              |                                 |         |                 |                  |            |                   |     |       ||
+       +======================|==npois============+-------------+=========+=======houxm=====+ (houx*) q  r  y  +==houxz===+=+----hou5d--hou5a   +===floyd====+||
+       |                      |    |              |             |                           |         |  |  |  |          |               |     |            |||
+       |             whuxlb   |  wbux5    sescent | cbosg     whuxk  hogpb----------b--+==+houxa+==+--+=houxi==+--p     ihps3           hou5e  vax135        |||
+       |               |      |                 | |  |                 |               |  |  |  |  |                                      |     |   |        |||
+     npoiv------------eisx--pyuxbb     osu-dbs--cbosgd--nscs---rmc   hogpc  v----h--j--k  c  f  o  hound  uofm-cv                npoiv  hou5c   | cornell    |||
+      | |              |      |                   |             |           |                               |                      |      |     |   |        |||
+      | |    abnjh--pyuxll    |          mhuxd  mhuxi--aluxz  mork-cb    t--n       bpa--sb6  scbhq   +---mb2b--uofm-hfh         hou5f--hou5b   | uw-beaver  |||
+      | |                     |            |      |                         |              |    |     |                                         |            |||
+      | |          pyuxmm--pyuxdd  burl--mhuxv--mhuxj                       s   att3--ll1--+====sb1===+--burl--kcwin--we53      houxe  orion--ariel          |||
+      | |                     |            |      |                                    |                  |           |           |      |      |            |||
+      | |          pyuxcc--+==pyuxjj==+--mhuxm    |                                +===+==otuxa=======+---+====we13===+-----------+=lime=+----houti--houca   |||
+      | |                  |          |    |      |                                |        |                         |           |      |      |            |||
+      | |                pyuxk------pyuxl  |      |                             we04-3b  nwuxc  inuxa  inuxb  inuxd  uniq       hoh-2  houxg  deimos         |||
+      | |                  |          |    |      |                                |        |     |      |      |                                            |||
+      | |                pyuxss     pyuxvv |      | uicsg  uiuccsl  moria       princeton   +=====+==inuxc======+----ixn5c--druxs--drux[h-r,t-z]             |||
+      | |                                  |      |   |       |       |                     |                          |                                     |||
+      | | research         hlexa--bwkna--mhuxh    | uicsl--+==+=uiucdcs====+------------pur-ee--iuvax--isrnix          |    iwlc8   iwsl1                    |||
+      | |  |                               |      |        |               |              |  |                         |        |   |                        |||
+      | |  |  rabbit        mhb5c--+=mhuxa=+      |   uiucuxc--uiuceml  parsec   minn-ua  | ecn-pa--ecn-pb--ecn-ed     | iwlc7--iwsl3--iwsl2                 |||
+      | |  |   |                |  |       |      |        |               |       |      |                            |        |                            |||
+      | +--alice    princeton--mhb5b     mhuxt----+   uiucsrl   ihtnt    ctvax   umn-cs  purdue--------pucc-h--pur-phy |     ihps2----iwsl4--iwlc6           |||
+      |      |                             |                      |                |      |              |             |        |     |   |                  |||
+      |    mhtsa-----+====eagle=======+====+            ihlpb   ihldt  ihps1     stolaf  ncrday--cincy  pucc-i   ihhfl |        |  iwsl5  iwsl6              |||
+      |      |       |                |    |              |       |       |       |   |                             |  |        |                            |||
+      |    mh3bs  allegra--psuvax  mit-vax | iham1  ihlts | ixlpa | ixn5k |     ihps3 |  ihnss  ixn5h  iheds  ihn5i |  |        | ihuxk--ih1ap               |||
+      |                               |    |   |      |   |   |   |   |   |       |   |    |      |      |      |   |  |        |   |      |                 |||
+      |          dvlcn  slinac    masscomp |   +======+===+===+===+===+===+=====+=+=+=+==+=+=+===++==+===+===+==+=+=ihnp4=======+===+======+                 |||
+      |              |  |                  |   |      |       |   |   |   |     |   |    |   |   |   |       |    |   |                                      |||
+      | wheps   psi  sask--hssg40--adec23  | ihnet  ihps4   ixlpc | ihwld |     | ihpad  | ixlpb | ixn5e   ihtpa  | ihux[a-j,l-u,w,x]                        |||
+      |   |      |   |                     |                      |       |     |        |       |                |                                          |||
+      | zeppo   utah-cs--utah-gr--pwa-b    | inmet--esquire     ihnp1  ih4ep    ixn5d  ihima   ixn5c   cdlncch--laidbak--trsvax                              |||
+      |   |        |                       |   |                                                                                                             |||
+      +===+========+=======================+===+======================================harpo==================================================================+++
+
+
+EUROPE
+________________________________________________________________________________
+
+
+                         North American Map
+                                  |
+                               philabs
+                                  |
+                      regi   vu44 | diku--ibt  edcaad
+                       |      |   |   |          |   
+                      ukc--+==+=mcvax=+=====+--edee--edmiru
+                           |          |
+                          vub      dutestaa
+
+The map is up to 448 sites in North America plus 11 sites in Europe.
+It is becoming increasingly three-dimensional.  Because of this, there
+is one crossover on the map, as well as seven sites that appear twice.
+Those sites are:  burl, esquire, ihps3, inmet, npoiv, princeton, and
+uw-beaver.
+
+Reading the map:  -, |, and + indicate connections.  Lines never pass
+through a +, which always indicate where the connecting line ends or
+changes direction.  Logical buses are represented by =.  This means
+that a site such as hplabs is indicated by the entire string of
+characters as follows:  +===hplabs+=+========+.
+</pre>
+
 [October 1982 map](http://article.olduse.net/131@sun.UUCP):
 
 <pre>

post
diff --git a/doc/blog/Australia_joins_USENET.mdwn b/doc/blog/Australia_joins_USENET.mdwn
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..7b6f10c
--- /dev/null
+++ b/doc/blog/Australia_joins_USENET.mdwn
@@ -0,0 +1,11 @@
+Usenet is branching out internationally, with some sites in Europe already,
+and now, [Australia_joins_USENET](http://article.olduse.net/467@sdchema.UUCP)
+
+<pre>
+        Data is actually collected at sdchema and transferred
+        every week or so to a mag tape which is then sent airmail
+        to the department of Computer Science at the University
+        of Sydney in Australia where it is sent into the
+        Australian network. It is a slow but cheap way of
+        sending news, mail and files to Australian sites.
+</pre>

update
diff --git a/doc/index.mdwn b/doc/index.mdwn
index d729d56..f339f9d 100644
--- a/doc/index.mdwn
+++ b/doc/index.mdwn
@@ -16,7 +16,7 @@ frameborder=0 marginheight=0 marginwidth=0>
 </iframe>
 
 <iframe float=right src="http://resources.olduse.net/recentmsgs.html"
-width=400 height=480 scrolling=no frameborder=0 marginheight=0 marginwidth=0>
+width=300 height=480 scrolling=no frameborder=0 marginheight=0 marginwidth=0>
 </iframe>
 
 Done reading? Leave an interesting post visible for the next visitor!

update
diff --git a/doc/index.mdwn b/doc/index.mdwn
index 66a57ee..d729d56 100644
--- a/doc/index.mdwn
+++ b/doc/index.mdwn
@@ -16,7 +16,7 @@ frameborder=0 marginheight=0 marginwidth=0>
 </iframe>
 
 <iframe float=right src="http://resources.olduse.net/recentmsgs.html"
-width="240" height=480 scrolling=no frameborder=0 marginheight=0 marginwidth=0>
+width=400 height=480 scrolling=no frameborder=0 marginheight=0 marginwidth=0>
 </iframe>
 
 Done reading? Leave an interesting post visible for the next visitor!
diff --git a/tree/var/lib/shellinabox/.tin/tinrc b/tree/var/lib/shellinabox/.tin/tinrc
index cc7a22f..f921768 100644
--- a/tree/var/lib/shellinabox/.tin/tinrc
+++ b/tree/var/lib/shellinabox/.tin/tinrc
@@ -124,7 +124,7 @@ show_author=2
 # If you enter 'X-' as the value, you will see all headers beginning with
 # 'X-' (like X-Alan or X-Pape). You can list more than one by delimiting with
 # spaces. Not defining anything turns off this option.
-news_headers_to_display=*
+news_headers_to_display=From Message-ID Subject Date
 
 # Same as 'news_headers_to_display' except it denotes the opposite.
 # An example of using both options might be if you thought X- headers were
@@ -133,7 +133,7 @@ news_headers_to_display=*
 # news_headers_to_display=X-
 # news_headers_to_not_display=X-Alan X-Pape
 # Not defining anything turns off this option.
-news_headers_to_not_display=Xref X-OldUsenet-Modified Received Title Posted
+# news_headers_to_not_display=Xref X-OldUsenet-Modified Received Title Posted
 
 # If ON use print current subject or newsgroup description in the last line
 info_in_last_line=OFF

Revert "fix"
This reverts commit cdbe103c0a4c2ad97be6d72ffb8d9e60ba980798.
diff --git a/doc/index.mdwn b/doc/index.mdwn
index 2537fc0..66a57ee 100644
--- a/doc/index.mdwn
+++ b/doc/index.mdwn
@@ -11,14 +11,12 @@ Also available in your local news reader via [nntp.olduse.net](nntp:nntp.olduse.
 &nbsp; [[Mirrors]]
 &nbsp; [[!flattr url="http://olduse.net/" button=compact]]
 
-<iframe src="http://shell.olduse.net:4200" width="100%"
+<iframe src="http://shell.olduse.net:4200" width="900" height="480"
 frameborder=0 marginheight=0 marginwidth=0>
 </iframe>
 
-<p>
-
-<iframe src="http://resources.olduse.net/recentmsgs.html"
-scrolling=no frameborder=0 marginheight=0 marginwidth=0>
+<iframe float=right src="http://resources.olduse.net/recentmsgs.html"
+width="240" height=480 scrolling=no frameborder=0 marginheight=0 marginwidth=0>
 </iframe>
 
 Done reading? Leave an interesting post visible for the next visitor!

fix
diff --git a/doc/index.mdwn b/doc/index.mdwn
index 66a57ee..2537fc0 100644
--- a/doc/index.mdwn
+++ b/doc/index.mdwn
@@ -11,12 +11,14 @@ Also available in your local news reader via [nntp.olduse.net](nntp:nntp.olduse.
 &nbsp; [[Mirrors]]
 &nbsp; [[!flattr url="http://olduse.net/" button=compact]]
 
-<iframe src="http://shell.olduse.net:4200" width="900" height="480"
+<iframe src="http://shell.olduse.net:4200" width="100%"
 frameborder=0 marginheight=0 marginwidth=0>
 </iframe>
 
-<iframe float=right src="http://resources.olduse.net/recentmsgs.html"
-width="240" height=480 scrolling=no frameborder=0 marginheight=0 marginwidth=0>
+<p>
+
+<iframe src="http://resources.olduse.net/recentmsgs.html"
+scrolling=no frameborder=0 marginheight=0 marginwidth=0>
 </iframe>
 
 Done reading? Leave an interesting post visible for the next visitor!

fix
diff --git a/doc/local.css b/doc/local.css
index 99d77a2..a95b6e7 100644
--- a/doc/local.css
+++ b/doc/local.css
@@ -47,11 +47,6 @@ code, pre {
   src: local("Glass TTY VT220"), local("Glass TTY VT220 Medium"), url(http://olduse.net/font/Glass_TTY_VT220.ttf) format("truetype");
 }
 
-html {
-  margin-top: 0.25em;
-  margin-left: 0.75em;
-}
-
 body, pre, div, input, span.title {
   font-size: 20px;
   font-family: GlassTTYVT220;

fix
diff --git a/doc/local.css b/doc/local.css
index 4c671ab..99d77a2 100644
--- a/doc/local.css
+++ b/doc/local.css
@@ -55,7 +55,7 @@ html {
 body, pre, div, input, span.title {
   font-size: 20px;
   font-family: GlassTTYVT220;
-  color #18d818;
+  color: #18d818;
 }
 
 span.noshow {

fix
diff --git a/doc/local.css b/doc/local.css
index 012e031..4c671ab 100644
--- a/doc/local.css
+++ b/doc/local.css
@@ -55,6 +55,7 @@ html {
 body, pre, div, input, span.title {
   font-size: 20px;
   font-family: GlassTTYVT220;
+  color #18d818;
 }
 
 span.noshow {

update
diff --git a/RecentMsg.hs b/RecentMsg.hs
index 61e3e42..f300d67 100644
--- a/RecentMsg.hs
+++ b/RecentMsg.hs
@@ -66,13 +66,14 @@ genHtml m time zone = renderHtml [shamlet|
     <link rel=stylesheet href=#{cssurl "style"}>
     <link rel=stylesheet href=#{cssurl "local"}>
   <body>
-    Recent messages at #{prettyTime zone time}:
-    <ul style="list-style-type: none; margin: 0; padding: 6px .4em;">
-      $forall message <- list
-        <li>
-          <a target=_parent href=#{articleurl message}>#{subject message}</a>
-          <br>
-          by #{email2name $ author message} to #{head $ newsgroups message}
+    <div>
+      Recent messages at #{prettyTime zone time}:
+      <ul style="list-style-type: none; margin: 0; padding: 6px .4em;">
+        $forall message <- list
+          <li>
+            <a target=_parent href=#{articleurl message}>#{subject message}</a>
+            <br>
+            by #{email2name $ author message} to #{head $ newsgroups message}
 |]
 	where
 		cssurl s = "http://olduse.net/" ++ s ++ ".css"
diff --git a/doc/local.css b/doc/local.css
index a9403f0..012e031 100644
--- a/doc/local.css
+++ b/doc/local.css
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@
 }
 
 body, .sidebar, .notebox {
-	color: darkgreen;
 	background: black;
 }
 

update
diff --git a/doc/local.css b/doc/local.css
index 864a705..a9403f0 100644
--- a/doc/local.css
+++ b/doc/local.css
@@ -14,7 +14,7 @@ hr {
 }
 
 .pageheader, #pageinfo, .sidebar {
-	border-color: #6F6;
+	border-color: darkgreen;
 }
 
 .pageheader .actions ul li {

update
diff --git a/doc/local.css b/doc/local.css
index f7b4317..864a705 100644
--- a/doc/local.css
+++ b/doc/local.css
@@ -53,7 +53,7 @@ html {
   margin-left: 0.75em;
 }
 
-body, pre, div, input {
+body, pre, div, input, span.title {
   font-size: 20px;
   font-family: GlassTTYVT220;
 }

update
diff --git a/doc/local.css b/doc/local.css
index 1c74f68..f7b4317 100644
--- a/doc/local.css
+++ b/doc/local.css
@@ -4,7 +4,7 @@
 }
 
 body, .sidebar, .notebox {
-	color: #0C0;
+	color: darkgreen;
 	background: black;
 }
 
@@ -19,8 +19,8 @@ hr {
 
 .pageheader .actions ul li {
 	background: darkgreen;
-	color: #darkgreen;
-	border-color: #darkgreen;
+	color: darkgreen;
+	border-color: darkgreen;
 }
 
 .pageheader a {
@@ -40,7 +40,7 @@ code, pre {
 
 .notebox {
 	border: 1px solid darkgreen;
-	color: #0C0 !important;
+	color: darkgreen !important;
 }
 
 @font-face {

update
diff --git a/doc/local.css b/doc/local.css
index bc1ea69..1c74f68 100644
--- a/doc/local.css
+++ b/doc/local.css
@@ -19,8 +19,8 @@ hr {
 
 .pageheader .actions ul li {
 	background: darkgreen;
-	color: #0C0;
-	border-color: #0C0;
+	color: #darkgreen;
+	border-color: #darkgreen;
 }
 
 .pageheader a {
@@ -29,7 +29,7 @@ hr {
 
 input#searchbox {
 	color: #18d818;
-	background-color: #000900;
+	background-color: #0;
 	text-decoration: underline;
 	background: none;
 }

update
diff --git a/doc/local.css b/doc/local.css
index 4155093..bc1ea69 100644
--- a/doc/local.css
+++ b/doc/local.css
@@ -31,6 +31,7 @@ input#searchbox {
 	color: #18d818;
 	background-color: #000900;
 	text-decoration: underline;
+	background: none;
 }
 
 code, pre {

update
diff --git a/doc/local.css b/doc/local.css
index aeaf1b6..4155093 100644
--- a/doc/local.css
+++ b/doc/local.css
@@ -20,7 +20,7 @@ hr {
 .pageheader .actions ul li {
 	background: darkgreen;
 	color: #0C0;
-	border-color: #6F6;
+	border-color: #0C0;
 }
 
 .pageheader a {

update
diff --git a/doc/local.css b/doc/local.css
index 14c8b8f..aeaf1b6 100644
--- a/doc/local.css
+++ b/doc/local.css
@@ -28,6 +28,8 @@ hr {
 }
 
 input#searchbox {
+	color: #18d818;
+	background-color: #000900;
 	text-decoration: underline;
 }
 

update
diff --git a/doc/local.css b/doc/local.css
index 00915a8..14c8b8f 100644
--- a/doc/local.css
+++ b/doc/local.css
@@ -50,7 +50,7 @@ html {
   margin-left: 0.75em;
 }
 
-pre, div, input {
+body, pre, div, input {
   font-size: 20px;
   font-family: GlassTTYVT220;
 }

update
diff --git a/doc/local.css b/doc/local.css
index 69c6fe9..00915a8 100644
--- a/doc/local.css
+++ b/doc/local.css
@@ -42,7 +42,7 @@ code, pre {
 
 @font-face {
   font-family: GlassTTYVT220;
-  src: local("Glass TTY VT220"), local("Glass TTY VT220 Medium"), url(/font/Glass_TTY_VT220.ttf) format("truetype");
+  src: local("Glass TTY VT220"), local("Glass TTY VT220 Medium"), url(http://olduse.net/font/Glass_TTY_VT220.ttf) format("truetype");
 }
 
 html {

rethemed
diff --git a/doc/font/Glass_TTY_VT220.ttf b/doc/font/Glass_TTY_VT220.ttf
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..ed8fd85
Binary files /dev/null and b/doc/font/Glass_TTY_VT220.ttf differ
diff --git a/doc/local.css b/doc/local.css
index 59c67c5..69c6fe9 100644
--- a/doc/local.css
+++ b/doc/local.css
@@ -13,14 +13,6 @@ hr {
 	background-color: black;
 }
 
-a {
-	color: #E5B800;
-}
-
-a:hover {
-	color: #C30;
-}
-
 .pageheader, #pageinfo, .sidebar {
 	border-color: #6F6;
 }
@@ -36,8 +28,7 @@ a:hover {
 }
 
 input#searchbox {
-	background-color: darkgreen;
-	background: none;
+	text-decoration: underline;
 }
 
 code, pre {
@@ -48,3 +39,58 @@ code, pre {
 	border: 1px solid darkgreen;
 	color: #0C0 !important;
 }
+
+@font-face {
+  font-family: GlassTTYVT220;
+  src: local("Glass TTY VT220"), local("Glass TTY VT220 Medium"), url(/font/Glass_TTY_VT220.ttf) format("truetype");
+}
+
+html {
+  margin-top: 0.25em;
+  margin-left: 0.75em;
+}
+
+pre, div, input {
+  font-size: 20px;
+  font-family: GlassTTYVT220;
+}
+
+span.noshow {
+  display: none;
+}
+
+span.notfound {
+  text-decoration: blink;
+}
+
+a.plain {
+  text-decoration: none;
+}
+
+input {
+  border: none;
+  margin: 0;
+  padding: 0;
+}
+
+input[type=submit] {
+  text-decoration: underline;
+}
+
+input[type=text], input[type=submit]:active, div.find a {
+  background-color: #18d818;
+  color: #000900;
+}
+
+html, input[type=submit], div.find a:active {
+  color: #18d818;
+  background-color: #000900;
+}
+
+a {
+  color: #1fe81f;
+}
+
+a:hover {
+  color: #2ff82f;
+}

blog
diff --git a/doc/blog/Lady_Arwen.mdwn b/doc/blog/Lady_Arwen.mdwn
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..f993dc1
--- /dev/null
+++ b/doc/blog/Lady_Arwen.mdwn
@@ -0,0 +1,64 @@
+> Ok, ok.  I'm Lady Arwen.  Enough already.
+> 
+> -- [Andy Tannenbaum](http://article.olduse.net/1196@floyd.UUCP)
+
+An interesting admission from the inventor of Minix, but is it true?
+I'm far from convinced after going back over the Lady Arwin kerfluffle.
+
+One of her first messages, on net.philosophy about
+[fear of death](http://article.olduse.net/305@sdccsu3.UUCP)
+stuck in my head. But I barely noticed the "Arwen" signature,
+it was simply well written, and its
+[followup](http://article.olduse.net/312@sdccsu3.UUCP) too.
+And it resonated interestingly across 30 years; I wondered
+if the author's flame had guttered out.
+
+Maybe if I'd noticed the "Lady Arwian of U.C.S.D." signature on some of her
+other posts, I'd have been more stuck by the name, but I doubt it.
+Just someone [in the SCA surely](http://article.olduse.net/238@hou5e.UUCP)?
+Anyhow, she's posted a lot, in the top ten by volume in February.
+A random sampling across the groups:
+
+* [net.suicide](http://article.olduse.net/284@sdccsu3.UUCP)
+* [net.social](http://article.olduse.net/251@sdccsu3.UUCP)
+* [net.poems](http://article.olduse.net/245@sdccsu3.UUCP)
+* [net.unix-wizards](http://article.olduse.net/288@sdccsu3.UUCP)
+* [net.jokes](http://article.olduse.net/334@sdccsu3.UUCP)
+* [net.singles](http://article.olduse.net/301@sdccsu3.UUCP)
+
+So, the reaction from the net to this poster, in the "Unmask Lady Arwin"
+thread makes me a bit uncomfortable (due to probably some sexism),
+but is also rather interesting. Some wonder if this person is really female.
+Others seem struck by what's apparently some form of pseudonym, which is a
+bit uncommon on Usenet in 1983. Others seem to want to form a fan club for
+this somethat prolific and interesting poster, which has not really happened
+on Usenet before either, but surely will happen again.
+
+[This post](http://article.olduse.net/630@ittvax.UUCP) is perhaps
+the most amusing reaction:
+
+<blockquote>
+  1. It is a well-known fact that there are many AI projects running
+     on the net, one of them being floyd!trb.  Floyd!trb has just claimed to 
+     be Lady Arwen.
+
+  2. There is an expert system called R1 produced at CMU which configures
+     Vaxen.  Clearly, Arwen is a punning form of R1.
+
+     My conclusion (and conclusions differing from mine may be directed to
+     /dev/null) is that Lady Arwen is a cloned version of the TRB program
+     which is being developed at UCB and which bears the same relationship
+     (better) to TRB that Berkely Un*x bears to Bell Un*x.  
+
+     The "Lady" nomenclature merely indicates that the gender bit has been
+     toggled from 0 to 1 (or 1 to 0, let's not quibble about which).
+</blockquote>
+
+.. Nah, that's not right.
+I [figured it all out](http://www.catster.com/cats/1056636)!
+
+-----
+
+In other news, [punch card services discontinued at BTL](http://article.olduse.net/1024@whuxlb.UUCP)...
+
+[[!meta author=Joey]]

post
diff --git a/doc/blog/rfc-822_at_last.mdwn b/doc/blog/rfc-822_at_last.mdwn
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..6d180eb
--- /dev/null
+++ b/doc/blog/rfc-822_at_last.mdwn
@@ -0,0 +1,23 @@
+"[USENET interchanged standard posted](http://article.olduse.net/3185@cbosgd.UUCP)"
+is a fascinating bit of history. Here we have the initial rationalle
+for what became the "modern" Usenet news format, based on RFC-822.
+
+> The reason for having a standard is that there are now five
+> separate, full fledged implementations of news, all talking
+> to each other, and up until now the only specification for
+> how sites should communicate has been "whatever doesn't
+> break the code".
+
+Don't know about you, but I'm eagerly looking forward to newsgroup names
+longer than 14 characters and moderated newsgroups. 
+
+But what I'm most eagerly looking forward to is the References
+header, which will allow threading of messages, with full nested threads.
+Threads have mostly had to be followed manually and by heuristics so far,
+so that'll be really nice!
+
+(I am less looking forward to the new Expires header, since
+anything posted with such a header in 1983 will likely have
+expired already by the time I get around to reading it.)
+
+[Standard draft text itself](http://article.olduse.net/3186@cbosgd.UUCP)

update
diff --git a/doc/blog/expiry.mdwn b/doc/blog/expiry.mdwn
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..3d4d3e3
--- /dev/null
+++ b/doc/blog/expiry.mdwn
@@ -0,0 +1,5 @@
+olduse.net now expires old articles after 60 days. This should provide a
+better view of how Usenet looks now, without the accumulated cruft from
+A-news days a year or two ago.
+
+[[!meta author=Joey]]

add
diff --git a/doc/blog/80286.mdwn b/doc/blog/80286.mdwn
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..537a662
--- /dev/null
+++ b/doc/blog/80286.mdwn
@@ -0,0 +1,8 @@
+[A peek at the development of the 286](http://article.olduse.net/793@fortune.UUCP):
+
+> As far as the 286 is concerned, as of this date, nobody's even seen a fully
+> functional one.  The A-step samples out do not have the memory managment
+> working yet and there are some pretty strange things happening with interrupts.
+> And the darned thing won't run correctly with interrupts at 8 Mhz; you have
+> to decrease the clock speed to about 7.5 Mhz.  Intel's due to sample the
+> B-step parts later on this month.

blog
diff --git a/doc/blog/more_firsts.mdwn b/doc/blog/more_firsts.mdwn
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..24ca193
--- /dev/null
+++ b/doc/blog/more_firsts.mdwn
@@ -0,0 +1,7 @@
+[First mention of AIDS on Usenet](http://article.olduse.net/383@amd70.UUCP).
+(Although not the first time the word appeared there; there was
+earlier an unfortunately named host named AIDS-UNIX on Usenet.)
+
+[First information about European Usenet nodes](http://article.olduse.net/2914@cbosgd.UUCP).
+
+[[!meta author=Joey]]

blog
diff --git a/doc/blog/A_Letter_from_Xanadu.mdwn b/doc/blog/A_Letter_from_Xanadu.mdwn
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..7d39d16
--- /dev/null
+++ b/doc/blog/A_Letter_from_Xanadu.mdwn
@@ -0,0 +1,30 @@
+[A Letter from Xanadu](http://article.olduse.net/691@allegra.UUCP)
+is an interesting look inside [Ted Nelson's Xandu project](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Project_Xanadu).
+
+<blockquote>
+With the Sun workstation's bit map graphics capability, we can now start
+working out he best way to visually display links.
+</blockquote>
+
+That sounds almost like it's 1992 and the web is being built.. but no, it's
+a decade earlier.
+
+<blockquote>
+"Three-sets", the part
+of the system which allows a programmer to include information about a link
+other than where it connects to, are now implemented.
+</blockquote>
+
+And, of course, tried to do things that are still not available on the web
+today.
+
+<blockquote>
+We recently fed a document of .75 megabytes into the system.  Linkages
+within this document and from others have been made and tested; this is
+demonstrable proof that the Xanadu Hypertext System can handle large
+databases without degrading response time.
+</blockquote>
+
+Ah, it's still 1982 after all!
+
+[[!meta author=Joey]]

meta
diff --git a/doc/blog/Emily_Post_on_Usenet_Etiquette.mdwn b/doc/blog/Emily_Post_on_Usenet_Etiquette.mdwn
index ee14e1c..e48da7f 100644
--- a/doc/blog/Emily_Post_on_Usenet_Etiquette.mdwn
+++ b/doc/blog/Emily_Post_on_Usenet_Etiquette.mdwn
@@ -50,4 +50,4 @@ The one criticism of the paper is that it implied to me that it was
 socially unacceptable to use the net conversationally [...]
 </blockquote>
 
-[[!author Joey]]
+[[!meta author=Joey]]

new post
diff --git a/doc/blog/Emily_Post_on_Usenet_Etiquette.mdwn b/doc/blog/Emily_Post_on_Usenet_Etiquette.mdwn
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..ee14e1c
--- /dev/null
+++ b/doc/blog/Emily_Post_on_Usenet_Etiquette.mdwn
@@ -0,0 +1,53 @@
+Back in 1994 when I was in college, I remember seeing versions of
+"[Emily Postnews Answers Your Questions on Netiquette](http://www.templetons.com/brad/emily.html)",
+and as I recall I wrote a paper for a Sociology class citing
+it as an example of ways Usenet maintained its culture.
+The irony of course, was that this was already in year two of
+[The September that Never Ended](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eternal_September).
+
+But back then, I was missing another important piece of the puzzle that
+I stumbled over today in my buldging olduse.net feed, an article titled
+"[Emily Post on Usenet Etiquette](http://article.olduse.net/642@eagle.UUCP)"
+
+This "Emily Post" well predates Brad Templeton's better known "Emily Postnews",
+and it's obvious that the latter was written as a parody of it.
+
+Take this question in "Emily Post":
+
+<pre>
+        - "Where does 'fubar' come from?"
+
+          In my opinion the best answer seems to be "Fouled up beyond
+          all recognition." There are lots of versions of this
+          acronym, in particular "Fouled" is usually replaced by a
+          less polite word.  "foobar", "foo" and "bar" are all
+          derived from "fubar."  (See discussion of net.jokes for the
+          reason I use the polite word.)
+</pre>
+
+Which inspired this snark in "Emily Postnews":
+
+<pre>
+Q: What does foobar stand for?
+A: It stands for you, dear.
+</pre>
+
+This difference in tone between the formal, clear, and staid "Emily Post",
+and the informal, referential, and ironic "Emily Postnews" is one of the
+things I'm most interested in seeing evolve as Usenet grows its own culture.
+
+And so I was most interested to see 
+[this response](http://article.olduse.net/516@ixn5c.UUCP) to "Emily Post",
+which articulates the problem Usenet is struggling with in 1982 so well:
+
+<blockquote>
+Here we have a new media which is not quite a publication (such as
+a memo, book or newspaper), not quite a conversation (there is a
+definite time lag between messages), and not quite a "semi-public
+forum" as some people would have you believe. 
+
+The one criticism of the paper is that it implied to me that it was
+socially unacceptable to use the net conversationally [...]
+</blockquote>
+
+[[!author Joey]]

add legend
diff --git a/doc/blog/current_usenet_map.mdwn b/doc/blog/current_usenet_map.mdwn
index ac829c5..593e92d 100644
--- a/doc/blog/current_usenet_map.mdwn
+++ b/doc/blog/current_usenet_map.mdwn
@@ -64,6 +64,16 @@ dadla-a--dadla   | tekcrd |    reed       populi  ucbonyx  ucbopt | ucsfcgl
         |    |   uwvax--seismo--rochester    |   presby    |           ih4ep |    ihps1   ihpad      sb6--sb1--ll1--ihldt--ihtnt               (ihux*)      ||||
         |    |            |                  |      |      |                 |                                                                              ||||
         +====+============+==================+======+======+=================+========harpo=================================================================++++
+
+How to read the map:  Connections are denoted by either a "|" or a "-".
+"Logical buses" are denoted by "=" or "+".  A logical bus is merely
+a way of providing more space to indicate connections to a site.  For
+example, hplabs is represented by the character string "+===hplabs===+".
+Places on the map where a dash and vertical bar intersect do not
+represent actual intersections, but rather crossovers (think of them
+as a highway over/underpass).  Unlike the last logical map, there has
+been no attempt made to differentiate between various types of networks,
+largely because that information is difficult to obtain.
 </pre>
 
 [February 1982 map](http://article.olduse.net/151@Adecvax.UUCP):

added olduse.net to new map
diff --git a/doc/blog/current_usenet_map.mdwn b/doc/blog/current_usenet_map.mdwn
index 8862ee7..ac829c5 100644
--- a/doc/blog/current_usenet_map.mdwn
+++ b/doc/blog/current_usenet_map.mdwn
@@ -3,15 +3,17 @@ This post is updated as new usenet maps are posted on olduse.net.
 [October 1982 map](http://article.olduse.net/131@sun.UUCP):
 
 <pre>
-USENET Logical Map - October 28, 1982                                                                                                    Karen Shannon (sun!kas)
+USENET Logical Map - October 28, 1982                                                                                                   Karen Shannon (sun!kas)
 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-                  ssovax  gsp86  omsvax                    ism750  images  ico    ubc-vision   fluke--ssc-vax    grkermit   utcsstat--utcsrgv--trigraph
-                     |      |       |                         |       |     |         |          |                   |                   |     
-             rascal--+====intelqa===+  orstcs  hpda2    n44a--+====+=ima====+     uw-beaver--microsoft         genradbolton       hcr--utzoo--watmath--watarts
-                                    |     |      |            |    |  |     |         |          |                   |                   |         
-    kpno                   csu-cs   |  hp-pcd  hpda          imd  ipa | ism780     uw-june       | cwrunix--cwruecmp |  sultan  wivax    | cg-d  yale-comix  
-      |                       |     |     |      |                    |                          |              |    |    |       |      |   |        |    
-   arizona   nsc--menlo70----hao----+===hplabs===+--sri-unix---------cca---+======+========+=====+======decvax==+====+====+=======+======+===+=====+==+========+
+                                                                                                                          olduse.net
+                                                                                                                               |
+                  ssovax  gsp86  omsvax                    ism750  images  ico    ubc-vision  fluke--ssc-vax    grkermit       |     utcsstat--utcsrgv--trigraph
+                     |      |       |                         |       |     |         |         |                   |     (wormhole      |     
+             rascal--+====intelqa===+  orstcs  hpda2    n44a--+====+=ima====+     uw-beaver--microsoft       genradbolton  to 2012)--==utzoo==--watmath--watarts
+                                    |     |      |            |    |  |     |         |         |                   |                  |  |         
+    kpno                   csu-cs   |  hp-pcd  hpda          imd  ipa | ism780     uw-june      | cwrunix--cwruecmp |  sultan  wivax  hcr | cg-d  yale-comix  
+      |                       |     |     |      |                    |                         |              |    |    |       |        |   |        |    
+   arizona   nsc--menlo70----hao----+===hplabs===+--sri-unix---------cca---+======+========+====+======decvax==+====+====+=======+========+===+=====+==+=======+
       |              |        |                        |              |    |      |        |                                                       |           |
 psi--gi------------sytek    cires         atd--dsd--fortune  ubvax   csin  |      | ittapp | bunker  qumix      mi-cec--idis--pitt  ikonas  adiron | ucf-cs    |
                      |                                 |      |            |      |   |    |   |       |                 |              |      |   |   |       |

updated the ascii map
This map was posted as 2 pages desiged to be printed out and pasted side by
side. I did this digitally using this small program:
a <- readFile "map1"
b <- readFile "map2"
let pad s = s ++ (take (80 - length s) (repeat ' '))
writeFile "c" $ unlines $ map (\(x,y) -> x++y) $ zip (map pad $ lines a) (lines b)
diff --git a/doc/blog/current_usenet_map.mdwn b/doc/blog/current_usenet_map.mdwn
index ed52bc4..8862ee7 100644
--- a/doc/blog/current_usenet_map.mdwn
+++ b/doc/blog/current_usenet_map.mdwn
@@ -1,5 +1,69 @@
 This post is updated as new usenet maps are posted on olduse.net.
 
+[October 1982 map](http://article.olduse.net/131@sun.UUCP):
+
+<pre>
+USENET Logical Map - October 28, 1982                                                                                                    Karen Shannon (sun!kas)
+----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
+                  ssovax  gsp86  omsvax                    ism750  images  ico    ubc-vision   fluke--ssc-vax    grkermit   utcsstat--utcsrgv--trigraph
+                     |      |       |                         |       |     |         |          |                   |                   |     
+             rascal--+====intelqa===+  orstcs  hpda2    n44a--+====+=ima====+     uw-beaver--microsoft         genradbolton       hcr--utzoo--watmath--watarts
+                                    |     |      |            |    |  |     |         |          |                   |                   |         
+    kpno                   csu-cs   |  hp-pcd  hpda          imd  ipa | ism780     uw-june       | cwrunix--cwruecmp |  sultan  wivax    | cg-d  yale-comix  
+      |                       |     |     |      |                    |                          |              |    |    |       |      |   |        |    
+   arizona   nsc--menlo70----hao----+===hplabs===+--sri-unix---------cca---+======+========+=====+======decvax==+====+====+=======+======+===+=====+==+========+
+      |              |        |                        |              |    |      |        |                                                       |           |
+psi--gi------------sytek    cires         atd--dsd--fortune  ubvax   csin  |      | ittapp | bunker  qumix      mi-cec--idis--pitt  ikonas  adiron | ucf-cs    |
+                     |                                 |      |            |      |   |    |   |       |                 |              |      |   |   |       |
+          varian--zehntel                       amd70--megatest-----sun--decwrl   |   +===ittvax=+=====+           ncsu--+=====mcnc=====+---+==+==duke=+======+|
+                     |                                               |            |   |       |  |     |                 |              |   |          |      ||
+     metheus--ogcvax | tekid  tekcad     ucbarpa  ucb  ucbernie   altos86         | tpdcvax  sii |  dcdwest  noscvax   web40   brl-bmd--+unc+--tucc   phs     ||
+                 |   |   |       |           |     |      |                       |              |     |        |                 |                           ||
+  azure--tekmdp--+===+=teklabs===+---ucbcad--+=====+=+====+===ucbvax===+==========+     sdchema--+====sdcsvax===+      nybca   udrelay                        ||
+           |     |   |    |      |           |       |        |   |    |                         |       |      |        |                                    ||
+dadla-a--dadla   | tekcrd |    reed       populi  ucbonyx  ucbopt | ucsfcgl                sdccsu3       |   philabs   nybcb  acf2  rocky2   cubs45           ||
+         | |     |        |      |                                |                        |     |       |      |        |     |      |        |              ||
+   dadla-b | tekchips   iddic   bio            u1100s-------------|---------------+  sdcattb--sdcatta    +======+==+=cmcl2=====+======+-----esquire----------+||
+           |              |                      |                |               |     |        |                 |                  |                      |||
+        dadla-d       tektinker                  |    eiss        |               |  sdcarl   phonlab    e f g   lanl-a   sbcs--peri--+=======floyd===+=====+|||
+                                                 |     |          |               |                      | | |                                        |     ||||
+                              desoto--pyuxdd--pyuxbb--eisx--vtxa  |               | (houx*)           d--hocsb--j     hou5d--hou5a  machaids--5941ux  |     ||||
+                                                 |     |          |               |                       |  |           |            |          |    |     ||||
+        +=================npoiv==================+-----+=======npois=====+        m  a  b  c  d  f  h  j  z  k  (hocs*)  |  hound   hocda  wbux1 |    |     ||||
+        |                   |                                  |         |        |  |  |  |  |  |  |  |  |              |    |       |      |   |    |     ||||
+        |        research   |            sescent--+===cbosgd===+--cbosg  +===+====+==+==+==+==+==+==+==+==+==houxi=======+====+=======+======+===+    |     ||||
+        |           |       |                     |       |    |         |   |    |  |  |  |  |  |  |  |  |    |              |       |               |     ||||
+        |   rabbit--+=alice=+     aluxz--mhuxi--mhuxj  osu-dbs |         |   |    n  o  p  r  s  t  v  w  y  u1100a   odin--orion--deimos--ariel----vax135  ||||
+        |           |       |              |      |            |         |   |                                                |            |   |      |     ||||
+        |        physics    |    pyuxll  mhuxv    |           nscs       |   |    princeton  win--we53  burdvax  hoh-2  houxe | houxg   oberon |    cornell ||||
+        |           |       |      |       |      |            |         |   |       |             |       |       |      |   |   |            |            ||||
+        |         mitccc    |    pyuxjj--mhuxm    |          rmas70      |   |    we04-3b--otuxa--we13-----+=======+=lime=+===+===+----------houti--houca   ||||
+        |           |       |              |      |            |         |   |               |     |                                                        ||||
+        |        mit-vax    |     bwkna--mhuxh    |         mork-cb      |   |             nwuxc  uniq   ihlpb    ixlpa  a  b  c  d  e  g  h  i  j  k  l  m ||||
+        |                   |       |      |      |                      |   |               |             |        |    |  |  |  |  |  |  |  |  |  |  |  | ||||
+        |                   |     hlexa    mhuxa  |                      |   |        inuxa--+==inuxc==+---+=ixn5c==+----+==+==+==+==+==druxs=+==+==+==+==+ ||||
+        |                   |              |   |  |                      |   |               |   |     |   |        |    |  |  |  |  |  |  |  |  |  |  |  | ||||
+        |          psuvax   |          mhb5c   mhuxt                     |   |    uiuceml    | inuxb inuxd |      ixlpc  n  o  p  q  r  t  u  v  w  x  y  z ||||
+        |             |     |                  |                         |   |       |       |             |                                                ||||
+        |   linus--allegra  |  mh3bs      rdb  |    whuxlb   chico       |   |    uicsovax   |     isrnix  |                                      (drux*)   ||||
+        |             |     |    |         |   |         |   |           |   |       |       |       |     |                                                ||||
+        |             +===mhtsa==+---------eagle--wheps--zeppo---------whuxk |    uiucdcs--pur-ee--iuvax   |        iwlc8  iwsl1  iwsl6                     ||||
+        |             |          |           |             |             |   |               |             |          |      |      |                       ||||
+        |           wjh12      hpuxa         |             |          whonxa |    pur-phy--purdue--ncrday  |   iwlc7--+==iwls3=+--iwsl4                     ||||
+        |                                    |             |                 |               |             |          |      |      |                       ||||
+        |  slinac                            |             | umncs--minn-ua  |    ihnss    ecn-pa          | ihtpa    |    iwsl2  iwsl5              ih1ap  ||||
+        |    |                               |             |           |     |      |                      |  |       |                                |    ||||
+        |  sask--hssg40--adec23              |             |        stolaf   |      | ixn5h   ihnp1  ihnp2 |  | ihnp4 |  a  b  c  d  e  f  g  h  i  j  k  l ||||
+        |    |                               |             |           |     |      |   |       |      |   |  |   |   |  |  |  |  |  |  |  |  |  |  |  |  | ||||
+        |  utah-cs--utah-gr                  |             |    ihps4--+==+==+======+===+===+===+======+===+==+===+=ihps3+==+==+==+==+==+==+==+==+==+==+==+ ||||
+        |    |                               |             |           |  |  |      |   |   |   |                 |   |  |  |  |  |  |  |  |  |  |  |  |  | ||||
+        |    |         src-unix              |    uofp     |        ihps2 |  |      | ihima | iheds       mb2b  ixn5k |  m  n  o  p  q  r  s  t  u  v  w  x ||||
+        |    |            |                  |      |      |              |  |      |       |              |          |                                     ||||
+        |    |   uwvax--seismo--rochester    |   presby    |           ih4ep |    ihps1   ihpad      sb6--sb1--ll1--ihldt--ihtnt               (ihux*)      ||||
+        |    |            |                  |      |      |                 |                                                                              ||||
+        +====+============+==================+======+======+=================+========harpo=================================================================++++
+</pre>
+
 [February 1982 map](http://article.olduse.net/151@Adecvax.UUCP):
 
 <pre>

foo
diff --git a/doc/blog.mdwn b/doc/blog.mdwn
index b3620a7..dc9947d 100644
--- a/doc/blog.mdwn
+++ b/doc/blog.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[!inline pages="((internal(./blog/*) and !comment(*)) or (page(./blog/*) and !./blog/*/*)) and !*/Discussion" show=100 feedshow=10]]
+[[!inline pages="((internal(./blog/*) and !comment(*)) or (page(./blog/*) and !blog/*/*)) and !*/Discussion" show=100 feedshow=10]]
 
 ---
 
diff --git a/doc/blog/frogger.mdwn b/doc/blog/frogger.mdwn
index 3848ae6..32d6853 100644
--- a/doc/blog/frogger.mdwn
+++ b/doc/blog/frogger.mdwn
@@ -7,4 +7,4 @@
 
 -- [review](http://article.olduse.net/2765@cbosgd.UUCP)
 
-[[!img screenshot.png]]
+[[!img img/frogger.png]]
diff --git a/doc/blog/frogger/screenshot.png b/doc/blog/frogger/screenshot.png
deleted file mode 100644
index 01875a1..0000000
Binary files a/doc/blog/frogger/screenshot.png and /dev/null differ
diff --git a/doc/img/frogger.png b/doc/img/frogger.png
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..01875a1
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update pagespec
diff --git a/doc/blog.mdwn b/doc/blog.mdwn
index b1dae86..b3620a7 100644
--- a/doc/blog.mdwn
+++ b/doc/blog.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[!inline pages="((internal(./blog/*) and !comment(*)) or page(./blog/*)) and !*/Discussion" show=100 feedshow=10]]
+[[!inline pages="((internal(./blog/*) and !comment(*)) or (page(./blog/*) and !./blog/*/*)) and !*/Discussion" show=100 feedshow=10]]
 
 ---
 

post
diff --git a/doc/blog/frogger.mdwn b/doc/blog/frogger.mdwn
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..3848ae6
--- /dev/null
+++ b/doc/blog/frogger.mdwn
@@ -0,0 +1,10 @@
+[[!meta title="""Atari 2600 Frogger: "The graphics are very good""""]]
+[[!meta author=Joey]]
+
+> The turtles are just red (or blue if partially submerged) ovals, but
+> the logs and frogs look good, and the motion of things to the left
+> or right is very smooth.
+
+-- [review](http://article.olduse.net/2765@cbosgd.UUCP)
+
+[[!img screenshot.png]]
diff --git a/doc/blog/frogger/screenshot.png b/doc/blog/frogger/screenshot.png
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..01875a1
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Added a comment: mcvax
diff --git a/doc/blog/usenet_map_mashup/comment_1_9016667ba5bfea7d2d428a7c0cd7df9c._comment b/doc/blog/usenet_map_mashup/comment_1_9016667ba5bfea7d2d428a7c0cd7df9c._comment
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..cb62fa1
--- /dev/null
+++ b/doc/blog/usenet_map_mashup/comment_1_9016667ba5bfea7d2d428a7c0cd7df9c._comment
@@ -0,0 +1,10 @@
+[[!comment format=mdwn
+ username="mekkis"
+ ip="203.217.13.134"
+ subject="mcvax"
+ date="2012-10-24T06:41:06Z"
+ content="""
+If I recall correctly, didn't mcvax have a(n intermittent) connection to decvax?
+
+http://article.olduse.net/%3C332%40mcvax.UUCP%3E seems to indicate so. Or is Europe not included?
+"""]]

fix
diff --git a/doc/blog/usenet_map_update.mdwn b/doc/blog/usenet_map_update.mdwn
index e2f287f..9193f98 100644
--- a/doc/blog/usenet_map_update.mdwn
+++ b/doc/blog/usenet_map_update.mdwn
@@ -354,8 +354,8 @@ There are now 662 hosts on Usenet.
 	genradbolton -> decvax;
 	ittvax -> sii;
 	decvax -> sultan;
-	houxi -> 5941ux;
-	machaids -> 5941ux;
+	houxi -> "5941ux";
+	machaids -> "5941ux";
 	mhtsa -> alice;
 	npoiv -> alice;
 	physics -> alice;
@@ -459,7 +459,7 @@ There are now 662 hosts on Usenet.
 	orion -> lime;
 	burdvax -> lime;
 	hocda -> machaids;
-	5941ux -> machaids;
+	"5941ux" -> machaids;
 	mhtsa -> mh3bs;
 	mhuxa -> mhb5c;
 	alice -> mhtsa;

fix
diff --git a/doc/blog/usenet_map_update.mdwn b/doc/blog/usenet_map_update.mdwn
index 5666f8e..e2f287f 100644
--- a/doc/blog/usenet_map_update.mdwn
+++ b/doc/blog/usenet_map_update.mdwn
@@ -1,23 +1,14 @@
 An updated map of Usenet, using data from
-[Karen Summers-Horton](http://article.olduse.net/2728@cbosgd.UUCP).
+[Karen and Mark Horton](http://article.olduse.net/2726@cbosgd.UUCP).
 There are now 662 hosts on Usenet.
 
-This map is a collaboration between Mark, who collected the
-[graph data](http://article.olduse.net/1413@Acbosgd.UUCP) and
-[site descriptions](http://article.olduse.net/1983@Acbosgd.UUCP), and a
-strange guy named Joey who seems to have technology from the future which
-quickly generated it.
-
-You can click on many of the nodes to view the descriptions of the
-individual sites on Usenet in 1981 and early 1982.
-
 [[!graph src="""
 	edge [style=dashed,color=red];
 	utzoo -> "olduse.net" [ label="wormhole\nto 2012" ];
 	edge [style=solid,color=black];
 	decvax -> utzoo;
 	hao -> cires;
-	hao -> csu-cs;
+	hao -> "csu-cs";
 	druxs -> druxa;
 	druxs -> druxb;
 	druxs -> druxc;
@@ -56,7 +47,7 @@ individual sites on Usenet in 1981 and early 1982.
 	menlo70 -> hao;
 	cires -> hao;
 	hplabs -> hao;
-	csu-cs -> hao;
+	"csu-cs" -> hao;
 	ima -> ico;
 	ittvax -> bunker;
 	decvax -> ittvax;
@@ -67,9 +58,9 @@ individual sites on Usenet in 1981 and early 1982.
 	dcdwest -> ittvax;
 	ittapp -> ittvax;
 	sdcsvax -> ittvax;
-	decvax -> yale-comix;
-	brl-bmd -> udrelay;
-	duke -> ucf-cs;
+	decvax -> "yale-comix";
+	"brl-bmd" -> udrelay;
+	duke -> "ucf-cs";
 	ll1 -> sb1;
 	sb6 -> sb1;
 	mb2b -> sb1;
@@ -80,7 +71,7 @@ individual sites on Usenet in 1981 and early 1982.
 	psi -> gi;
 	arizona -> gi;
 	arizona -> kpno;
-	uw-beaver -> ubc-vision;
+	"uw-beaver" -> "ubc-vision";
 	sun -> altos86;
 	dsd -> atd;
 	avsdF -> atd;
@@ -103,14 +94,14 @@ individual sites on Usenet in 1981 and early 1982.
 	avsdT -> dsd;
 	dsd -> fortune;
 	megatest -> fortune;
-	sri-unix -> fortune;
+	"sri-unix" -> fortune;
 	intelqa -> gsp86;
 	hpda2 -> hpda;
 	hplabs -> hpda;
 	hpda -> hpda2;
-	sri-unix -> hplabs;
+	"sri-unix" -> hplabs;
 	hpda -> hplabs;
-	hp-pcd -> hplabs;
+	"hp-pcd" -> hplabs;
 	hao -> hplabs;
 	intelqa -> hplabs;
 	gsp86 -> intelqa;
@@ -145,9 +136,9 @@ individual sites on Usenet in 1981 and early 1982.
 	sdccsu3 -> sdcsvax;
 	dcdwest -> sdcsvax;
 	cmcl2 -> sdcsvax;
-	fortune -> sri-unix;
-	cca -> sri-unix;
-	hplabs -> sri-unix;
+	fortune -> "sri-unix";
+	cca -> "sri-unix";
+	hplabs -> "sri-unix";
 	megatest -> sun;
 	altos86 -> sun;
 	decwrl -> sun;
@@ -259,17 +250,17 @@ individual sites on Usenet in 1981 and early 1982.
 	inuxc -> nwuxc;
 	we13 -> otuxa;
 	nwuxc -> otuxa;
-	we04-3b -> otuxa;
+	"we04-3b" -> otuxa;
 	ittvax -> tpdcvax;
 	uiucdcs -> uicsovax;
-	pur-ee -> uiucdcs;
+	"pur-ee" -> uiucdcs;
 	uicsovax -> uiucdcs;
 	we13 -> uniq;
 	lime -> we13;
 	otuxa -> we13;
 	we53 -> we13;
 	uniq -> we13;
-	purdue -> ecn-pa;
+	purdue -> "ecn-pa";
 	inuxc -> inuxa;
 	inuxc -> inuxb;
 	nwuxc -> inuxc;
@@ -277,25 +268,25 @@ individual sites on Usenet in 1981 and early 1982.
 	inuxd -> inuxc;
 	ixn5c -> inuxc;
 	inuxa -> inuxc;
-	pur-ee -> inuxc;
+	"pur-ee" -> inuxc;
 	inuxc -> inuxd;
 	iuvax -> isrnix;
-	pur-ee -> iuvax;
+	"pur-ee" -> iuvax;
 	isrnix -> iuvax;
-	inuxc -> pur-ee;
-	purdue -> pur-ee;
-	uiucdcs -> pur-ee;
-	iuvax -> pur-ee;
-	purdue -> pur-phy;
-	pur-ee -> purdue;
-	pur-phy -> purdue;
-	ecn-pa -> purdue;
+	inuxc -> "pur-ee";
+	purdue -> "pur-ee";
+	uiucdcs -> "pur-ee";
+	iuvax -> "pur-ee";
+	purdue -> "pur-phy";
+	"pur-ee" -> purdue;
+	"pur-phy" -> purdue;
+	"ecn-pa" -> purdue;
 	ncrday -> purdue;
 	csin -> cca;
 	ima -> cca;
 	decvax -> cca;
-	sri-unix -> cca;
-	decvax -> cg-d;
+	"sri-unix" -> cca;
+	decvax -> "cg-d";
 	cca -> csin;
 	decvax -> genradbolton;
 	grkermit -> genradbolton;
@@ -310,20 +301,20 @@ individual sites on Usenet in 1981 and early 1982.
 	images -> ima;
 	ima -> images;
 	wivax -> linus;
-	mitccc -> mit-vax;
+	mitccc -> "mit-vax";
 	physics -> mitccc;
-	mit-vax -> mitccc;
+	"mit-vax" -> mitccc;
 	ima -> n44a;
 	decvax -> wivax;
 	linus -> wivax;
 	mhtsa -> wjh12;
-	udrelay -> brl-bmd;
-	unc -> brl-bmd;
+	udrelay -> "brl-bmd";
+	unc -> "brl-bmd";
 	ima -> imd;
 	sb1 -> mb2b;
-	stolaf -> minn-ua;
+	stolaf -> "minn-ua";
 	ihps3 -> stolaf;
-	minn-ua -> stolaf;
+	"minn-ua" -> stolaf;
 	we13 -> we53;
 	win -> we53;
 	we53 -> win;
@@ -334,7 +325,7 @@ individual sites on Usenet in 1981 and early 1982.
 	mcnc -> duke;
 	tucc -> duke;
 	adiron -> duke;
-	ucf-cs -> duke;
+	"ucf-cs" -> duke;
 	harpo -> duke;
 	mcnc -> ikonas;
 	duke -> mcnc;
@@ -349,7 +340,7 @@ individual sites on Usenet in 1981 and early 1982.
 	duke -> tucc;
 	mcnc -> tucc;
 	unc -> tucc;
-	brl-bmd -> unc;
+	"brl-bmd" -> unc;
 	duke -> unc;
 	mcnc -> unc;
 	tucc -> unc;
@@ -397,7 +388,7 @@ individual sites on Usenet in 1981 and early 1982.
 	harpo -> floyd;
 	vax135 -> floyd;
 	peri -> floyd;

(Diff truncated)
new map
diff --git a/doc/blog/usenet_map_update.mdwn b/doc/blog/usenet_map_update.mdwn
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..5666f8e
--- /dev/null
+++ b/doc/blog/usenet_map_update.mdwn
@@ -0,0 +1,684 @@
+An updated map of Usenet, using data from
+[Karen Summers-Horton](http://article.olduse.net/2728@cbosgd.UUCP).
+There are now 662 hosts on Usenet.
+
+This map is a collaboration between Mark, who collected the
+[graph data](http://article.olduse.net/1413@Acbosgd.UUCP) and
+[site descriptions](http://article.olduse.net/1983@Acbosgd.UUCP), and a
+strange guy named Joey who seems to have technology from the future which
+quickly generated it.
+
+You can click on many of the nodes to view the descriptions of the
+individual sites on Usenet in 1981 and early 1982.
+
+[[!graph src="""
+	edge [style=dashed,color=red];
+	utzoo -> "olduse.net" [ label="wormhole\nto 2012" ];
+	edge [style=solid,color=black];
+	decvax -> utzoo;
+	hao -> cires;
+	hao -> csu-cs;
+	druxs -> druxa;
+	druxs -> druxb;
+	druxs -> druxc;
+	druxs -> druxd;
+	druxs -> druxe;
+	druxs -> druxg;
+	druxs -> druxh;
+	druxs -> druxi;
+	druxs -> druxj;
+	druxs -> druxk;
+	druxs -> druxl;
+	druxs -> druxm;
+	druxs -> druxn;
+	druxs -> druxo;
+	druxs -> druxp;
+	druxs -> druxq;
+	druxs -> druxr;
+	ixn5c -> druxs;
+	druxa -> druxs;
+	druxb -> druxs;
+	druxc -> druxs;
+	druxd -> druxs;
+	druxe -> druxs;
+	druxg -> druxs;
+	druxh -> druxs;
+	druxi -> druxs;
+	druxj -> druxs;
+	druxk -> druxs;
+	druxs -> druxt;
+	druxs -> druxu;
+	druxs -> druxv;
+	druxs -> druxw;
+	druxs -> druxx;
+	druxs -> druxy;
+	druxs -> druxz;
+	menlo70 -> hao;
+	cires -> hao;
+	hplabs -> hao;
+	csu-cs -> hao;
+	ima -> ico;
+	ittvax -> bunker;
+	decvax -> ittvax;
+	sii -> ittvax;
+	qumix -> ittvax;
+	tpdcvax -> ittvax;
+	bunker -> ittvax;
+	dcdwest -> ittvax;
+	ittapp -> ittvax;
+	sdcsvax -> ittvax;
+	decvax -> yale-comix;
+	brl-bmd -> udrelay;
+	duke -> ucf-cs;
+	ll1 -> sb1;
+	sb6 -> sb1;
+	mb2b -> sb1;
+	sb1 -> sb6;
+	gi -> arizona;
+	kpno -> arizona;
+	sytek -> gi;
+	psi -> gi;
+	arizona -> gi;
+	arizona -> kpno;
+	uw-beaver -> ubc-vision;
+	sun -> altos86;
+	dsd -> atd;
+	avsdF -> atd;
+	avsdS -> atd;
+	avsdT -> atd;
+	atd -> avsdF;
+	dsd -> avsdF;
+	atd -> avsdS;
+	dsd -> avsdS;
+	atd -> avsdT;
+	dsd -> avsdT;
+	ittvax -> dcdwest;
+	sdcsvax -> dcdwest;
+	decvax -> decwrl;
+	sun -> decwrl;
+	atd -> dsd;
+	fortune -> dsd;
+	avsdF -> dsd;
+	avsdS -> dsd;
+	avsdT -> dsd;
+	dsd -> fortune;
+	megatest -> fortune;
+	sri-unix -> fortune;
+	intelqa -> gsp86;
+	hpda2 -> hpda;
+	hplabs -> hpda;
+	hpda -> hpda2;
+	sri-unix -> hplabs;
+	hpda -> hplabs;
+	hp-pcd -> hplabs;
+	hao -> hplabs;
+	intelqa -> hplabs;
+	gsp86 -> intelqa;
+	hplabs -> intelqa;
+	omsvax -> intelqa;
+	ssovax -> intelqa;
+	ima -> ipa;
+	ima -> ism750;
+	ima -> ism780;
+	fortune -> megatest;
+	sun -> megatest;
+	hao -> menlo70;
+	sytek -> menlo70;
+	nsc -> menlo70;
+	menlo70 -> nsc;
+	sdcatta -> phonlab;
+	ucbarpa -> populi;
+	ittvax -> qumix;
+	sdcattb -> sdcarl;
+	phonlab -> sdcatta;
+	sdcattb -> sdcatta;
+	sdccsu3 -> sdcatta;
+	sdcarl -> sdcattb;
+	sdcatta -> sdcattb;
+	sdccsu3 -> sdcattb;
+	sdcsvax -> sdccsu3;
+	sdcattb -> sdccsu3;
+	sdcatta -> sdccsu3;
+	sdcsvax -> sdchema;
+	philabs -> sdcsvax;
+	sdchema -> sdcsvax;
+	sdccsu3 -> sdcsvax;
+	dcdwest -> sdcsvax;
+	cmcl2 -> sdcsvax;
+	fortune -> sri-unix;
+	cca -> sri-unix;
+	hplabs -> sri-unix;
+	megatest -> sun;
+	altos86 -> sun;
+	decwrl -> sun;
+	menlo70 -> sytek;
+	gi -> sytek;
+	zehntel -> sytek;
+	ucbvax -> ucb;
+	ucbvax -> ucbarpa;
+	ucbarpa -> ucbcad;
+	teklabs -> ucbcad;
+	ucbvax -> ucbernie;
+	ucbvax -> ucbonyx;
+	ucbvax -> ucbopt;
+	ucbopt -> ucbvax;
+	ucbonyx -> ucbvax;
+	ucbcad -> ucbvax;
+	populi -> ucbvax;
+	ucbarpa -> ucbvax;
+	ucb -> ucbvax;
+	decvax -> ucbvax;
+	npois -> ucbvax;
+	ucsfcgl -> ucbvax;
+	ucbvax -> ucsfcgl;
+	zehntel -> varian;
+	sytek -> zehntel;
+	teklabs -> zehntel;
+	varian -> zehntel;
+	ihuxk -> ih1ap;
+	ihps3 -> ih4ep;
+	ihps3 -> iheds;
+	ihps3 -> ihima;
+	ihps3 -> ihldt;
+	ll1 -> ihldt;
+	ihtnt -> ihldt;
+	ixn5c -> ihlpb;
+	ihps3 -> ihn5h;
+	ihps3 -> ihn5k;
+	ihps3 -> ihnp1;
+	ihps3 -> ihnp2;
+	ihps3 -> ihnp4;
+	ihps3 -> ihnss;
+	ihps3 -> ihpad;
+	ihps3 -> ihps1;
+	ihps3 -> ihps2;

(Diff truncated)
post
diff --git a/doc/blog/RIP_Haskell_Curry.mdwn b/doc/blog/RIP_Haskell_Curry.mdwn
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..2707d72
--- /dev/null
+++ b/doc/blog/RIP_Haskell_Curry.mdwn
@@ -0,0 +1,18 @@
+Learning of the death of Haskell Curry from 
+[a post on net.applic](http://article.olduse.net/241@iuvax.UUCP),
+I'm unexpectedly saddened by a 30 year old event.
+
+The only computing figure so well respected that not only his last name is
+used to refer to a common programming language capability, "currying"; but
+his fist name is also used, for the haskell language. (olduse.net is brought
+to you by some haskell code.)
+
+Some more interesting tidbits about him, his father, and Alaxander Graham
+Bell in [this post](http://article.olduse.net/244@iuvax.UUCP).
+
+I got involved in the things that bear his name well after his time, and so
+never thought to mourn him. But reading the traces of the event on
+olduse.net, I realize that I'll never get to see him post there, like I see
+[[Dennis Ritchie]] from time to time. A new experience of loss.
+
+[[!meta author=Joey]]

update
diff --git a/doc/blog/A-news_moved_to_tape.mdwn b/doc/blog/A-news_moved_to_tape.mdwn
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..1fc92cb
--- /dev/null
+++ b/doc/blog/A-news_moved_to_tape.mdwn
@@ -0,0 +1,20 @@
+The utzoo usenet archives surely survived to get to us because of the care
+taken to archive them all along the way. We even have details of archival
+work recorded inside the archives, like 
+[today's post](http://article.olduse.net/2421@utzoo.UUCP) about the
+A-news archives being moved to two redundant archive tapes.
+
+That post counts "nearly 11000 articles". Thirty years later, so do I:
+
+	utzoo-usenet/news001f1>find -type f|wc -l
+	10918
+
+Unfortunatly, the post does not give the total number of bytes
+of A-news that were archived, although it does mention they
+had used 28000 blocks of disk space. So it's hard to tell if we have a
+complete set of A-news.
+
+We know the B-news set is incomplete; at some point
+they ran out of tapes and overwrote some old B-news archives with newer
+data, although some of the old data was recovered from the end of the
+tapes.

word
diff --git a/doc/index.mdwn b/doc/index.mdwn
index 180d856..66a57ee 100644
--- a/doc/index.mdwn
+++ b/doc/index.mdwn
@@ -19,4 +19,4 @@ frameborder=0 marginheight=0 marginwidth=0>
 width="240" height=480 scrolling=no frameborder=0 marginheight=0 marginwidth=0>
 </iframe>
 
-Done reading? Leave an interesting post showing for the next visitor!
+Done reading? Leave an interesting post visible for the next visitor!

foo
diff --git a/doc/index.mdwn b/doc/index.mdwn
index 4f830cc..180d856 100644
--- a/doc/index.mdwn
+++ b/doc/index.mdwn
@@ -18,3 +18,5 @@ frameborder=0 marginheight=0 marginwidth=0>
 <iframe float=right src="http://resources.olduse.net/recentmsgs.html"
 width="240" height=480 scrolling=no frameborder=0 marginheight=0 marginwidth=0>
 </iframe>
+
+Done reading? Leave an interesting post showing for the next visitor!

hmm
diff --git a/doc/blog/Early_Usenet_Memes.mdwn b/doc/blog/Early_Usenet_Memes.mdwn
index 32060b2..55a546b 100644
--- a/doc/blog/Early_Usenet_Memes.mdwn
+++ b/doc/blog/Early_Usenet_Memes.mdwn
@@ -29,7 +29,7 @@ in 1976, it's not been applied to the network. But, from a modern
 perspective, a few early memes can be seen in the posts here.
 
 The first I noticed was [Dec Wars](http://article.olduse.net/133@Astolaf.UUCP),
-"the Adventures of Luke Vaxhacker, episode n" featuring "3CPU", "Con Solo"
+"the Adventures of Luke Vaxhacker, episode n" featuring 3CPU, Con Solo
 of the Milliamp Falcon, PDP-1 Kenobie, etc. It has so far been continued in
 [episode n+1](http://article.olduse.net/155@Astolaf.UUCP)
 [episode n+3](http://article.olduse.net/295@Astolaf.UUCP)

hmm
diff --git a/doc/local.css b/doc/local.css
index 4271495..59c67c5 100644
--- a/doc/local.css
+++ b/doc/local.css
@@ -46,5 +46,5 @@ code, pre {
 
 .notebox {
 	border: 1px solid darkgreen;
-	color: #0C0;
+	color: #0C0 !important;
 }

hmm
diff --git a/doc/local.css b/doc/local.css
index eedc7dd..4271495 100644
--- a/doc/local.css
+++ b/doc/local.css
@@ -46,4 +46,5 @@ code, pre {
 
 .notebox {
 	border: 1px solid darkgreen;
+	color: #0C0;
 }

typo
diff --git a/doc/blog/Early_Usenet_Memes.mdwn b/doc/blog/Early_Usenet_Memes.mdwn
index 7bb8d83..32060b2 100644
--- a/doc/blog/Early_Usenet_Memes.mdwn
+++ b/doc/blog/Early_Usenet_Memes.mdwn
@@ -22,7 +22,7 @@ In response, people began starting messages with some blank lines:
 > arpavax!
 
 This continued for some time after arpavax was fixed.
-"""]]]
+"""]]
 
 In 1982, Usenet doesn't understand memes yet. While Dawkins coined the term
 in 1976, it's not been applied to the network. But, from a modern

layout
diff --git a/doc/blog/Early_Usenet_Memes.mdwn b/doc/blog/Early_Usenet_Memes.mdwn
index 140c138..7bb8d83 100644
--- a/doc/blog/Early_Usenet_Memes.mdwn
+++ b/doc/blog/Early_Usenet_Memes.mdwn
@@ -5,17 +5,6 @@ net I've inhabited for years. It's what all those Ubuntu people were
 referring to when the "breezy badger" release came out. It surely
 influenced memes I did see, including the recent nyan cat.
 
-In 1982, Usenet doesn't understand memes yet. While Dawkins coined the term
-in 1976, it's not been applied to the network. But, from a modern
-perspective, a few early memes can be seen in the posts here.
-
-The first I noticed was [Dec Wars](http://article.olduse.net/133@Astolaf.UUCP),
-"the Adventures of Luke Vaxhacker, episode n" featuring "3CPU", "Con Solo"
-of the Milliamp Falcon, PDP-1 Kenobie, etc. It has so far been continued in
-[episode n+1](http://article.olduse.net/155@Astolaf.UUCP)
-[episode n+3](http://article.olduse.net/295@Astolaf.UUCP)
-[episode n+4](http://article.olduse.net/328@stolaf.UUCP)
-
 [[!template id=note text="""
 Interestingly, the first sentence of Dec Wars refers to
 another (more shortlived) Usenet meme:
@@ -35,6 +24,17 @@ In response, people began starting messages with some blank lines:
 This continued for some time after arpavax was fixed.
 """]]]
 
+In 1982, Usenet doesn't understand memes yet. While Dawkins coined the term
+in 1976, it's not been applied to the network. But, from a modern
+perspective, a few early memes can be seen in the posts here.
+
+The first I noticed was [Dec Wars](http://article.olduse.net/133@Astolaf.UUCP),
+"the Adventures of Luke Vaxhacker, episode n" featuring "3CPU", "Con Solo"
+of the Milliamp Falcon, PDP-1 Kenobie, etc. It has so far been continued in
+[episode n+1](http://article.olduse.net/155@Astolaf.UUCP)
+[episode n+3](http://article.olduse.net/295@Astolaf.UUCP)
+[episode n+4](http://article.olduse.net/328@stolaf.UUCP)
+
 I realized Dec Wars was not just a peice of amusing writing, but a meme
 when I came across a [present-day reference it it](http://lwn.net/Articles/494603/).
 30 years later and it's still in people's heads! Now, seeing a recent

style notebox
diff --git a/doc/local.css b/doc/local.css
index 29acf2c..eedc7dd 100644
--- a/doc/local.css
+++ b/doc/local.css
@@ -3,7 +3,7 @@
 	color: black;
 }
 
-body, .sidebar {
+body, .sidebar, .notebox {
 	color: #0C0;
 	background: black;
 }
@@ -43,3 +43,7 @@ input#searchbox {
 code, pre {
         background: black;
 }
+
+.notebox {
+	border: 1px solid darkgreen;
+}

add
diff --git a/doc/blog/Early_Usenet_Memes.mdwn b/doc/blog/Early_Usenet_Memes.mdwn
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..140c138
--- /dev/null
+++ b/doc/blog/Early_Usenet_Memes.mdwn
@@ -0,0 +1,53 @@
+I recently experienced the Badger Badger Badger! meme for the first time.
+Ten or more years late. But while I was unaware of it until last night, when
+I watched it for 15 minutes in a trance; in retrospect, it permeated the
+net I've inhabited for years. It's what all those Ubuntu people were
+referring to when the "breezy badger" release came out. It surely
+influenced memes I did see, including the recent nyan cat.
+
+In 1982, Usenet doesn't understand memes yet. While Dawkins coined the term
+in 1976, it's not been applied to the network. But, from a modern
+perspective, a few early memes can be seen in the posts here.
+
+The first I noticed was [Dec Wars](http://article.olduse.net/133@Astolaf.UUCP),
+"the Adventures of Luke Vaxhacker, episode n" featuring "3CPU", "Con Solo"
+of the Milliamp Falcon, PDP-1 Kenobie, etc. It has so far been continued in
+[episode n+1](http://article.olduse.net/155@Astolaf.UUCP)
+[episode n+3](http://article.olduse.net/295@Astolaf.UUCP)
+[episode n+4](http://article.olduse.net/328@stolaf.UUCP)
+
+[[!template id=note text="""
+Interestingly, the first sentence of Dec Wars refers to
+another (more shortlived) Usenet meme:
+
+> Have you ever wondered what happened to all those characters eaten by
+> arpavax?
+
+The arpavax meme developed when a particular Usenet node, arpavax, began 
+deleting the first several lines of messages that passed through it.
+In response, people began starting messages with some blank lines:
+
+> 1  
+> 2  
+> 3  
+> arpavax!
+
+This continued for some time after arpavax was fixed.
+"""]]]
+
+I realized Dec Wars was not just a peice of amusing writing, but a meme
+when I came across a [present-day reference it it](http://lwn.net/Articles/494603/).
+30 years later and it's still in people's heads! Now, seeing a recent
+flurry of posts requesting it be reposted by people who only caught some of
+it (and what happened to episode 2?), I'm sure that it's a meme.
+
+I've got my eye out for more early Usenet memes. A message
+I read today titled 
+"[Confessions of a UNIX Junkie](http://article.olduse.net/173@populi.UUCP)"
+looks promising to be one. Good writing, tying into a long-running meme about
+computer addition that was only edging into popular conciousness in 1982,
+and with a final line that any Linuxer would appreciate: 
+"Doomed, I'll never be happy until I've seen the kernel with my own eyes, 
+license or no license!"
+
+[[!meta author=Joey]]

update
diff --git a/doc/blog/The_End_of_the_A-News_Era.mdwn b/doc/blog/The_End_of_the_A-News_Era.mdwn
index c5fb01f..e946dfa 100644
--- a/doc/blog/The_End_of_the_A-News_Era.mdwn
+++ b/doc/blog/The_End_of_the_A-News_Era.mdwn
@@ -4,7 +4,8 @@ We're made the transition from
 following our upstream feed, Utzoo.
 [The switch began](http://article.olduse.net/1650@Autzoo.UUCP)
 on May 8th 1982. There were a few duplicate articles received on both A and
-B news. At this point, all new articles are from B news.
+B news. At this point, all new articles are from B news;
+the [switch is complete](http://article.olduse.net/2027@utzoo.UUCP).
 
 At this historical remove, there's not a lot of visible difference
 between the A news and B news articles you will see in your news

update
diff --git a/doc/blog/The_End_of_the_A-News_Era.mdwn b/doc/blog/The_End_of_the_A-News_Era.mdwn
index 39930ba..c5fb01f 100644
--- a/doc/blog/The_End_of_the_A-News_Era.mdwn
+++ b/doc/blog/The_End_of_the_A-News_Era.mdwn
@@ -17,4 +17,11 @@ show how long it took a message to propigate to Utzoo:
 In all, 11 thousand A news articles have reached olduse.net. There
 will be a lot more B news articles!
 
+---
+
+Update: Turns out that modern newsreaders don't do a good job of displaying
+From headers that contain only a UUCP bang path. Who knew? Rather than
+fixing all the news readers, I'm putting in a hack to the From headers
+of articles posted after this point.
+
 [[!meta author=Joey]]

layout
diff --git a/doc/blog/The_End_of_the_A-News_Era.mdwn b/doc/blog/The_End_of_the_A-News_Era.mdwn
index 8ec073e..39930ba 100644
--- a/doc/blog/The_End_of_the_A-News_Era.mdwn
+++ b/doc/blog/The_End_of_the_A-News_Era.mdwn
@@ -11,8 +11,8 @@ between the A news and B news articles you will see in your news
 reader. One nice thing is that there are a pair of headers that
 show how long it took a message to propigate to Utzoo:
 
-> Posted: Mon May 10 13:25:04 1982
-> Received: Tue May 11 03:32:32 1982
+	Posted: Mon May 10 13:25:04 1982
+	Received: Tue May 11 03:32:32 1982
 
 In all, 11 thousand A news articles have reached olduse.net. There
 will be a lot more B news articles!

add
diff --git a/doc/blog/The_End_of_the_A-News_Era.mdwn b/doc/blog/The_End_of_the_A-News_Era.mdwn
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..8ec073e
--- /dev/null
+++ b/doc/blog/The_End_of_the_A-News_Era.mdwn
@@ -0,0 +1,20 @@
+We're made the transition from
+[A news](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A_News) to
+[B news](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/B_News),
+following our upstream feed, Utzoo.
+[The switch began](http://article.olduse.net/1650@Autzoo.UUCP)
+on May 8th 1982. There were a few duplicate articles received on both A and
+B news. At this point, all new articles are from B news.
+
+At this historical remove, there's not a lot of visible difference
+between the A news and B news articles you will see in your news
+reader. One nice thing is that there are a pair of headers that
+show how long it took a message to propigate to Utzoo:
+
+> Posted: Mon May 10 13:25:04 1982
+> Received: Tue May 11 03:32:32 1982
+
+In all, 11 thousand A news articles have reached olduse.net. There
+will be a lot more B news articles!
+
+[[!meta author=Joey]]

crop
diff --git a/doc/sources/pacman/screenshot.png b/doc/sources/pacman/screenshot.png
index d5474be..f328f9d 100644
Binary files a/doc/sources/pacman/screenshot.png and b/doc/sources/pacman/screenshot.png differ

add screenshot
diff --git a/doc/blog/pacman.mdwn b/doc/blog/pacman.mdwn
index 505e854..1812165 100644
--- a/doc/blog/pacman.mdwn
+++ b/doc/blog/pacman.mdwn
@@ -10,4 +10,6 @@ BTW, this implementation of pacman was discussed and improved quite a
 lot over the previous several months. I'd say it was the second most
 discussed game after rogue. The "real" Pac-Man was a big deal in 1981-82!
 
+[[!img sources/pacman/screenshot.png]]
+
 [[!meta author=Joey]]

add
diff --git a/doc/sources/pacman/screenshot.png b/doc/sources/pacman/screenshot.png
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..d5474be
Binary files /dev/null and b/doc/sources/pacman/screenshot.png differ

foo
diff --git a/doc/sources/pacman/README b/doc/sources/pacman/README
index 5c82c32..28b610d 100644
--- a/doc/sources/pacman/README
+++ b/doc/sources/pacman/README
@@ -1,3 +1,5 @@
 Posted to net.sources, April 4th, 1982.
 
 Two portability fixes made to work on modern Linux.
+
+From http://olduse.net/ -- usenet with a 30 year time delay.

add
diff --git a/doc/sources/pacman/README b/doc/sources/pacman/README
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..5c82c32
--- /dev/null
+++ b/doc/sources/pacman/README
@@ -0,0 +1,3 @@
+Posted to net.sources, April 4th, 1982.
+
+Two portability fixes made to work on modern Linux.

add
diff --git a/doc/blog/pacman.mdwn b/doc/blog/pacman.mdwn
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..505e854
--- /dev/null
+++ b/doc/blog/pacman.mdwn
@@ -0,0 +1,13 @@
+"Today" in 1982, Mark posted a console mode pacman game to `net.sources`.
+This is the first sizable program posted there. So, I downloaded it onto
+my Linux system, and typed "make". And after just two fixes, I got it to
+build, and it seems to work great. What a testiment to the portability of
+Unix!
+
+[Here's the code](http://olduse.net/sources/pacman/).
+
+BTW, this implementation of pacman was discussed and improved quite a
+lot over the previous several months. I'd say it was the second most
+discussed game after rogue. The "real" Pac-Man was a big deal in 1981-82!
+
+[[!meta author=Joey]]

two portability fixes
This is all that's needed to make this game from 1982 build in 2012, albeit
with quite a lot of compiler warnings. It seems to run fine, too!
diff --git a/doc/sources/pacman/util.c b/doc/sources/pacman/util.c
index d16bc67..fd16132 100644
--- a/doc/sources/pacman/util.c
+++ b/doc/sources/pacman/util.c
@@ -1,13 +1,13 @@
 #include "pacdefs.h"
 #include <signal.h>
 #include <pwd.h>
+#include <errno.h>
 
 extern char
 	*mktemp();
 
 extern int
 	delay,
-	errno,
 	wmonst,
 	boardcount,
 	rounds,
@@ -256,6 +256,7 @@ clr()
 	clear();
 }
 
+#if 0
 printw(fmt, p1, p2, p3, p4)
 char *fmt;
 int p1, p2, p3, p4;
@@ -264,6 +265,7 @@ int p1, p2, p3, p4;
 	sprintf(buf, fmt, p1, p2, p3, p4);
 	addstr(buf);
 }
+#endif
 
 /*
  *	display initial instructions

added sources, posted to net.sources in 1982
diff --git a/doc/sources/pacman/Makefile b/doc/sources/pacman/Makefile
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..b16f7f4
--- /dev/null
+++ b/doc/sources/pacman/Makefile
@@ -0,0 +1,44 @@
+CC =	cc
+# DFLAGS =	-DUSG -DNODELAY
+DFLAGS =	-DNODELAY -DMINICURSES
+CFLAGS =	-O
+LDFLAGS =
+CFILES =	pacman.c monster.c util.c movie.c
+OFILES =	pacman.o monster.o util.o movie.o
+
+pacman:	$(OFILES)
+	$(CC) $(LDFLAGS) -o pacman $(OFILES) -lcurses
+
+pacman.o:	pacman.c pacdefs.h
+	$(CC) -c $(CFLAGS) $(DFLAGS) pacman.c
+
+monster.o:	monster.c pacdefs.h
+	$(CC) -c $(CFLAGS) $(DFLAGS) monster.c
+
+util.o:	util.c pacdefs.h
+	$(CC) -c $(CFLAGS) $(DFLAGS) util.c
+
+movie.o:	movie.c pacdefs.h
+	$(CC) -c $(CFLAGS) $(DFLAGS) movie.c
+
+
+install:	pacman
+	cp pacman /usr/games/pacman
+
+strip:	pacman
+	strip pacman
+
+shrink:
+	-rm -f *.o
+
+clean:	shrink
+	-rm -f pacman errs core a.out
+
+lint:	$(CFILES)
+	lint -pc $(CFILES)
+
+list:	$(CFILES) pacdefs.h makefile
+	oprl -x makefile $(CFILES) pacdefs.h
+	oprl -x -C $(CFILES)
+	touch list
+
diff --git a/doc/sources/pacman/control.c b/doc/sources/pacman/control.c
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..9d46d3c
--- /dev/null
+++ b/doc/sources/pacman/control.c
@@ -0,0 +1,698 @@
+/*
+ * Control message handling code.  Deal with messages which are to be
+ * acted on by netnews itself rather than by people.
+ */
+
+static char *SccsId = "@(#) control.c	2.3	3/18/82";
+
+#include "iparams.h"
+
+#define eq(msg) (strcmp(msg, cargv[0]) == 0)
+
+int cargc;
+char **cargv;
+
+FILE *hfopen();
+FILE *popen(), *mopen(), *mailhdr();
+
+control(h)
+struct hbuf *h;
+{
+	int i;
+
+	log("Ctl Msg %s from %s: %s", h->nbuf, h->path, h->title);
+
+	/*
+	 * Control messages have the standard format
+	 *	command [args]
+	 * much like shell commands.  Each site has the option
+	 * of customizing this code to deal with control messages
+	 * as they see fit, but we would like to buy back the
+	 * code, ifdeffed or otherwise parameterized, to simplify
+	 * the maintenence issues.
+	 */
+	argparse(h->title);
+	
+	if (eq("ihave"))
+		c_ihave(cargc, cargv);
+	else if (eq("sendme"))
+		c_sendme(cargc, cargv);
+	else if (eq("newgroup"))
+		c_newgroup(cargc, cargv);
+	else if (eq("rmgroup"))
+		c_rmgroup(cargc, cargv);
+	else if (eq("cancel"))
+		c_cancel(cargc, cargv);
+	else if (eq("sendsys"))
+		c_sendsys(cargc, cargv);
+	else if (eq("senduuname"))
+		c_senduuname(cargc, cargv);
+	else
+		c_unknown(h);
+}
+
+/*
+ * Parse the string str into separate words in cargc and cargv
+ * as per the usual UNIX convention.  Nothing fancy here, just
+ * blanks and tabs separating words.
+ */
+argparse(str)
+char *str;
+{
+	static char *cavpbuf[20];
+	static char cavbuf[256];
+	char *nextfree = cavbuf;
+
+	if (str == 0)
+		xerror("Control message %s has no title", header.ident);
+	cargc = 0;
+	cargv = cavpbuf;
+	cargv[0] = cavbuf;
+
+	while (*str) {
+		if (*str <= ' ') {
+			*nextfree++ = 0;
+			cargc++;
+			cargv[cargc] = nextfree;
+			/* skip over white space */
+			while (*str > 0 && *str <= ' ')
+				str++;
+			if (*str == 0)	/* line ends in white space */
+				return;
+		} else
+			*nextfree++ = *str++;
+	}
+}
+
+/*
+ * ihave <artid> <remotesys>
+ * The other system is telling you it has article <artid>, in case
+ * you decide you want it to transmit it to you.
+ */
+c_ihave(argc, argv)
+char **argv;
+{
+	char tl[256], ng[256];
+
+	/*
+	 * Check that we haven't already seen it (history)
+	 * and then send back a "sendme" message if we subscribe.
+	 */
+	if (history(argv[1]) == 0) {
+		/* Should probably check SUBFILE and NGFILE here. */
+		sprintf(tl, "sendme %s %s", argv[1], SYSNAME);
+		sprintf(ng, "to.%s.ctl", argv[2]);
+		xmitmsg(argv[2], tl, ng);
+	}
+}
+
+/*
+ * sendme <artid> <remotesys>
+ * The other system wants me to send him article <artid>.
+ */
+c_sendme(argc, argv)
+char **argv;
+{
+	struct srec srec;
+	FILE *fp;
+
+	/* Find the sys record */
+	s_openr();
+	while (s_read(&srec)) {
+		if (strncmp(srec.s_name, argv[2], SNLN))
+			continue;
+		/* It's the right one.  Send it. */
+		fp = hfopen(argv[1]);
+		transmit(&srec, fp, 0);
+		return;
+	}
+	sprintf(bfr, "Cannot find system %s to send article %s to.",
+		argv[2], argv[1]);
+	xerror(bfr);
+}
+
+/*
+ * newgroup <groupname>
+ * A new newsgroup has been created.
+ * The body of the article, if present, is a description of the
+ * purpose of the newsgroup.
+ *
+ * Site dependent.  Should make very sure the directory has been
+ * created and properly owned.  Might want to update ngfile.
+ * Might want to notify the contact person for this installation.
+ * Default action is to create the newsgroup, if it doesn't already
+ * exist.

(Diff truncated)
update
diff --git a/doc/blog/April_fools_on_oldusenet.mdwn b/doc/blog/April_fools_on_oldusenet.mdwn
index 2029472..61fa965 100644
--- a/doc/blog/April_fools_on_oldusenet.mdwn
+++ b/doc/blog/April_fools_on_oldusenet.mdwn
@@ -1,6 +1,14 @@
 [Ken explains why rogue is delayed](http://article.olduse.net/1020@Aucbarpa.UUCP).
 Nice to see April 1st celebrated in the traditional geek way 30 years ago!
 
+But better yet is 
+[Announcing net.pcm](http://article.olduse.net/147@Ansc.UUCP), a truely
+precient April Fools:
+
+> Each week you will recieve approx. 360 million bytes of logarithmically
+> compressed PCM data (at 20khz sample rate) which will wholly reproduce
+> a complete LP.
+
 Olduse.net was itself used in a prank in 2012:
 [This original article](http://article.olduse.net/286@Apur-ee.UUCP)
 was modified to provide [convincing material](http://bugs.debian.org/666198)

post
diff --git a/doc/blog/April_fools_on_oldusenet.mdwn b/doc/blog/April_fools_on_oldusenet.mdwn
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..2029472
--- /dev/null
+++ b/doc/blog/April_fools_on_oldusenet.mdwn
@@ -0,0 +1,10 @@
+[Ken explains why rogue is delayed](http://article.olduse.net/1020@Aucbarpa.UUCP).
+Nice to see April 1st celebrated in the traditional geek way 30 years ago!
+
+Olduse.net was itself used in a prank in 2012:
+[This original article](http://article.olduse.net/286@Apur-ee.UUCP)
+was modified to provide [convincing material](http://bugs.debian.org/666198)
+about `ls -y` having been used in SHAR files, as part of a
+[larger prank](http://kitenet.net/~joey/blog/ls:_the_missing_options/).
+
+[[!meta author=joey]]

title
diff --git a/doc/blog/addresses.mdwn b/doc/blog/addresses.mdwn
index 988a0c2..92873ae 100644
--- a/doc/blog/addresses.mdwn
+++ b/doc/blog/addresses.mdwn
@@ -1,3 +1,5 @@
+[[!meta title="Baroque (and unrepliable) addresses"]]
+
 Pavel Curtis is a familiar name to me.. he wrote LambdaMOO!
 But here, he's just 
 [annoyed at email addresses](http://article.olduse.net/2629@Acornell.UUCP):

new post
diff --git a/doc/blog/addresses.mdwn b/doc/blog/addresses.mdwn
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..988a0c2
--- /dev/null
+++ b/doc/blog/addresses.mdwn
@@ -0,0 +1,35 @@
+Pavel Curtis is a familiar name to me.. he wrote LambdaMOO!
+But here, he's just 
+[annoyed at email addresses](http://article.olduse.net/2629@Acornell.UUCP):
+
+> I attempted to reply to a news item recently for which the return address
+> was as follows:
+>         vax135!harpo!mhtsa!ihnss!ucbvax!C70:sri-unix!KING@KESTREL
+> I have now received my letter back from
+>         vax135!harpo!mhtsa!ihnss!ucbvax!Network:c70
+> telling me that there was "No such mailbox at this site"
+> 
+> Could someone please tell me just what the address means and how it gets
+> generated and how I'm supposed to reply to it?
+
+The [explanation was complicated](http://article.olduse.net/156@Adopey.UUCP);
+the address tried to traverse both Usenet and the ARPANET, and failed.
+Even parsing it was ambiguous.
+
+Following up to that was this [awesome post](http://article.olduse.net/2127@Acbosgd.UUCP):
+
+> So you want a reply command that works 100% of the time?  So does the
+> rest of the world!  The UUCP/Berknet/ARPA environment is just too weird
+> and full of glitches for any static program to handle it.  Berkeley's
+> Mail program makes a valiant attempt but botches about half the time
+> I try to use the reply command.
+
+End-to-end communication that works all the time. Yes, that would be nice. :)
+
+While I've read repeatedly how Sendmail's baroque syntax was designed
+to allow for translation of email addresses between networks, I didn't
+really understand the motivation until I saw this thread play out on
+olduse.net. Was this thread perhaps an inspiration for sendmail?
+It will hit the olduse.net sometime this year.
+
+[[!meta author=Joey]]

add
diff --git a/doc/blog/Hackers_Dictionary.mdwn b/doc/blog/Hackers_Dictionary.mdwn
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..e1c29b9
--- /dev/null
+++ b/doc/blog/Hackers_Dictionary.mdwn
@@ -0,0 +1,19 @@
+[[!meta title="Hacker's Dictionary"]]
+[[!meta author="Joey"]]
+
+Posted to olduse.net today,
+[The Hacker's Dictionary](http://article.olduse.net/114@Ahouxs.UUCP)!
+
+Don't confuse this with ESR's New Hacker's Dictionary. [This
+page](http://www.dourish.com/goodies/jargon.html), which also contains a
+later version of the file from 1988, is critical of ESR, for "changing its
+emphasis from Lisp-based to UNIX-based (blithely ignoring the distinctly
+anti-UNIX aspects of the LISP culture celebrated in the original); second,
+by watering down what was otherwise the fairly undiluted record of a single
+cultural group through this kind of mixing".
+
+The version posted today is the canonical version, maintained by
+Don Woods, Guy Steele, and Mark Crispin on ARPANET since 1976. Their email
+addresses are included "if you'd rather not munge the file yourself".
+
+Enjoy your YU-SHIANG WHOLE FISH!

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diff --git a/doc/index.mdwn b/doc/index.mdwn
index 94c924f..4f830cc 100644
--- a/doc/index.mdwn
+++ b/doc/index.mdwn
@@ -12,9 +12,9 @@ Also available in your local news reader via [nntp.olduse.net](nntp:nntp.olduse.
 &nbsp; [[!flattr url="http://olduse.net/" button=compact]]
 
 <iframe src="http://shell.olduse.net:4200" width="900" height="480"
-frameborder=false marginheight=0 marginwidth=0>
+frameborder=0 marginheight=0 marginwidth=0>
 </iframe>
 
 <iframe float=right src="http://resources.olduse.net/recentmsgs.html"
-width="240" height=480 scrolling=no frameborder=false marginheight=0 marginwidth=0>
+width="240" height=480 scrolling=no frameborder=0 marginheight=0 marginwidth=0>
 </iframe>

remove self link
backlink looks ugly on front page
diff --git a/doc/blog/usenet_map_mashup.mdwn b/doc/blog/usenet_map_mashup.mdwn
index a2390b3..c0fa7cd 100644
--- a/doc/blog/usenet_map_mashup.mdwn
+++ b/doc/blog/usenet_map_mashup.mdwn
@@ -440,7 +440,6 @@ individual sites on Usenet in 1981 and early 1982.
 	"utah-cs" [ href=[[/sites/utah-cs.txt]] ]
 	"utah-gr" [ href=[[/sites/utah-gr.txt]] ]
 	utzoo [ href=[[/sites/utzoo.txt]] ]
-	"olduse.net" [ href=[[/index]] ]
 	csrg [ href=[[/sites/csrg.txt]] ]
 	uwvax [ href=[[/sites/uwvax.txt]] ]
 	vax135 [ href=[[/sites/vax135.txt]] ]

update
diff --git a/doc/blog/recipes_come_to_usenet.mdwn b/doc/blog/recipes_come_to_usenet.mdwn
index 2116c91..f31fe16 100644
--- a/doc/blog/recipes_come_to_usenet.mdwn
+++ b/doc/blog/recipes_come_to_usenet.mdwn
@@ -25,4 +25,4 @@ This may also explain why the first jokes posted to usenet seem so juvenile.
 Starting, literally, with a string of light bulb jokes. They are
 juvenile, but on this medium, they were being said for the first time.
 
-[[!author joey]]
+[[!meta author=joey]]

update
diff --git a/doc/blog/recipes_come_to_usenet.mdwn b/doc/blog/recipes_come_to_usenet.mdwn
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..2116c91
--- /dev/null
+++ b/doc/blog/recipes_come_to_usenet.mdwn
@@ -0,0 +1,28 @@
+Some uses of the net are so extremely obvious, messages so in tune
+with their medium, that it's impossible to imagine the net without
+them. Recipes, flamewars, pictures of kittens, porn.
+
+So, it's startling to be confronted, in my daily news feed, with the
+[first recipes posted to usenet](http://article.olduse.net/5987@Aucbvax.UUCP).
+
+Both because usenet had been around for over a year before someone
+thought to do that, and because the recipes posted are so simple.
+
+Would anyone dare to post this recipe today?
+
+> Simple
+> 
+> Cook pasta for 2.  Meanwhile, smash up a couple cloves garlic, sautee very
+> lightly in 3 or 4 Tablespoons of olive oil.  When the pasta is done, drain
+> it and swish it around in the pan with this stuff a couple of times.  Add
+> more oil or garlic at will.
+
+Maybe if compressed to 140 characters to fit in a tweet. Otherwise,
+it's too simple a thought to say. Surely someone said it before. And
+now we know when.
+
+This may also explain why the first jokes posted to usenet seem so juvenile.
+Starting, literally, with a string of light bulb jokes. They are
+juvenile, but on this medium, they were being said for the first time.
+
+[[!author joey]]

update
diff --git a/doc/sites/slinac.txt b/doc/sites/slinac.txt
index 3fc51ab..5dbc5d2 100644
--- a/doc/sites/slinac.txt
+++ b/doc/sites/slinac.txt
@@ -11,3 +11,58 @@ Received: Mon Dec 28 02:15:34 1981
                                      Saskatchewan Linear Accelerator Lab.
                                      306 343-4511
 @@@
+
+Newsgroups: net.news.newsite
+Subject: Announcing new site slinac
+From: mcalpine
+
+                 NEW SITE ANNOUNCEMENT
+
+Name of site:
+                       slinac
+    University of Saskatchewan Linear Accelerator Laboratory
+
+What the site is all about:
+   The laboratory carries out a nuclear physics research program principally
+in the fields of electron scattering, photo-disintegration, and
+pulse radiolysis using a six section 300 MEV electron linac.
+A single PDP 11/55 cpu provides under UNIX all real time data acquisition,
+data analysis, and text preparation for the laboratory.
+
+Name of contact person:
+                           John McAlpine
+
+Electronic mail address
+                           decvax!harpo!utah-cs!slinac!mcalpine
+                     or    decvax!utzoo!slinac!mcalpine
+
+Mail Address:
+                           John L. McAlpine
+                           Operations Manager
+                           Linear Accelerator Laboratory
+                           University of Saskatchewan
+                           Saskatoon,  Sask.  S7N 0W0
+
+Phone:                     306 343-4511
+                       
+Systems with whom news articles exchanged:
+    We connect to two other on campus facilities belonging to the
+Dept. of Computer Science.  (scs40 & scs23).
+    We will provide onward transmission of information to/from other
+local UNIX sites in Saskatoon upon request.
+    We get our normal news distribution from utah-cs.
+Items of particular interest are exchanged with utzoo.
+
+Willingness to connect new sites:
+    We are willing to accept dial-ins from other sites at 300 baud
+at anytime, 1200 baud at scheduled times.
+We are willing to provide dial out to other sites at either 300
+or 1200 baud on a cost recovery basis.
+                           
+It is our policy to only process USENET traffic which would meet with
+approval of our funds granting agency.
+
+UUCP phone number, passwd etc:
+    Please contact John McAlpine.
+                           
+NOTE this site renamed from Slinac to slinac