Thanks to Raymond Day, a bit of Commodore history has been preserved. In 1989 he video-recorded a session that he had while on-line at QuantumLink, the Internet service for Commodore users. He recently dug out the VHS tape of that session, rendered it to a video file, and sent it to me. It is now available for all to see! Entitled "The Real Q-Link -- September, 1989", the file is at
This unedited video runs 26 minutes, and in it you can see the screen of what Raymond is viewing -- going through messages, choosing/listening to SID music, and downloading/viewing files. Except for the SID music that runs at about the 22-minute mark, the only thing you hear is Raymond typing on the Commodore keys.
For those who have never seen what Q-Link was like or who want to relive the Q-Link experience, this video is a must.