Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 13th Jun 2006 22:14 UTC
Humor Sometimes, while browsing the net for news, I come accross things I just cannot not post. "Some enterprising Austrian Über-geeks [have created] a Telnet stream with, believe it or not, live ASCII footage of matches being played [at the World Cup Football]. Simply fire up a command prompt and type 'telnet 2006' and you'll find a live 'video' stream from 10 minutes before kick-off (or should that be boot-up?)." I also look forward to the Wimbledon version that resembles Pong.
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RE: A reason to watch soccer
by Celerate on Wed 14th Jun 2006 01:16 UTC in reply to "A reason to watch soccer"
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Actually I think this is quite interesting. Back in the early days of computers and networked communication something like this could have been pretty handy, it's not very detailed, but at least people can get some idea of how the game is going.

But then, I'd be the kind of person to get together with friends and recreate the early days of networked computing, much like some history buffs like to reinact famous wars.

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RE[2]: A reason to watch soccer
by WZot on Wed 14th Jun 2006 02:38 in reply to "RE: A reason to watch soccer"
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Then again many people wouldnt have the bandwith to support that nifty ASCII.^_^

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