8-Bit Software Online Conversion

                                   8 Bit                    To: 999 (all members) From: K5A (Robin Moffatt) Subject: Comms Is is possible to use the BBC directly on the Internet (I think that a TCP/IP protocol is needed?) or is it only possible to access it via Bulliten Boards? On the Archimedes it is a Program called Ka9q, or TCP/IP that is needed to access the internet. Does anyone have any experience of using this, or a copy of v2.06 (or 1.31) that I could have? (it is PD, and I will pay postage etc) Does anyone have a copy of 'Quercus', a PD comms program for the BBC that I have read about? If so, I would be very grateful if you could let me have a copy. (I will send a disc+postage etc) Is it possible (or advisable) to access the internet with a modem running at 2,400 bps Does anyone know of a supplier of cheap 9,600 modems, or 14,400 modems If you can help me with any of these, then please contact me at: Robin Moffatt 6 Kenbourne Grove Sheffield S7 1NH  PRESS BREAK