Do you guys have any suggestions that work on a stock 68000 with 2.04 Kickstart and 4mb fast ram?
This is where I think I'm probably the weirdo in the group. All of my Amigas are "online" but I only use that kickass feature for telnetting into BBSes
(which are still active; retro-computing/gaming nerds like us chatting about their gear and whatnot).
I have no desire to get my machines onto the internet. Most sites (besides this here lovely exception to the rule) aren't what I want to do with the Amigas. Other than hitting Aminet, I wouldn't want to bother. I kind of like keeping them "clean".
Now that being said, I've read about people taking the WiFi modems I use and calling them up to over 38K baud to browse and move files around on their home network. I'd be down for that. But I haven't looked into how to accomplish that yet.
The terminals I use today:
(for hitting PETSCII-based BBSes)
for ANSI, which I talk a about little more in depth about a bit over here.
And I've been using JRComm recently for a different project.
I'm also going to check out NComm later this week (which is 2.0+, and can be found here
with a free public key here
Honestly, I don't think you're missing out by not browsing the web, ACLerok. But there are a ton of fun things to do on the BBS side of things, and possible file sharing between machines. But that's just me.