You know you're an old schooler when you can remember
- When no one had a connection speed of 4800 baud because the modems were too new and expensive.
- When Zmodem was the new file transfer protocol.
- When Telix and Qmodem were the BBS dialup programs everyone used.
- When you had your own nighttime BBS on your home line running WWIV software.
- When multi-node BBS's with real-time chat were cutting edge.
- When you got excited about upgrading your monitor from 4-color CGA to 16-color EGA.
- When your dad's Texas Instruments computer with the cassette player as a data drive and an old black and white television for a monitor wasn't obsolete.
- ANSI graphics.
- Command line instructions for a Hayes modem. (ATH1L2DT and so on)