Some of you may be wondering (as I did): Gopher? port 70?
Yes, strange as it may seem there is a thing called Gopher. I am no expert so I can only say two things about it based on my own personal experience:
1. Gopher is easy and fun!!!
2. I couldn't help creating a gopher site. You can see a screenshot below. (There are two screenshots in one. I opened two lynx windows)
My gopher site address is gopher://sdf.org/1/users/chals
There are many things that come to my mind right now but I imagine that the best way to learn about something new is by being a bit curious about it and investigating. I'll give you several clues:
a. Gopher is not supported by many modern browsers. Here you have several options:
-Install a browser with gopher support (Such as lynx or iceweasel)
-See a gopher site using a proxy such as http://gopherproxy.org/
-Learn about the overbite project
-You can host a gopher site yourself using a gopher server such as pygopherd at gopher://gopher.quux.org/1/devel/gopher/pygopherd
-You can host your gopher site in a server. I recommend you http://sdf.org/
-You can find more information searching the web or searching gopherspace using Veronica
-You can find help on #gopherproject on Freenode.