I rummaged around an old Linux box of mine and found some Jams dating back to Feb 7, 1994 (when it was firstname.lastname@example.org). Below are the Ytsejam digests 320 - 4264, 4835 - 5052, and 5423 - 5708. As you can see, I'm missing quite a few digests and there may even be some missing in those ranges since recently I had stopped saving every digest (silly me). If you have a good archive of them, in standard Unix mailbox format, let me know and maybe you can help me fill in the missing sections.
At the bottom of this page you can search through the Ytsejam archives for your favorite people, bands, flame wars or anything else that's been on the Ytsejam (which is really most everything). The search engine uses Glimpse to create the database and WebGlimpse for the user interface.
Things haven't really changed all that much since back in 1994. We only occasionally actually discussed Dream Theater, there were the usual flames about bootlegs, and so on. :-) The main difference was that the WWW wasn't popular enough at the time to be used to find all those cool prog-rock CDs (let alone listen to samples). A few of us would sometimes send out messages describing what stores you had to call to order those obscure CDs. Ah... the good old days... ;-)
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