Paper on Screen is oldest teletext system in West Cybersland.
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At first, Paper on Screen, in 1982-1984, was just listings and drawings on paper (get it?), put on easels and photographed with a Polaroid camera and transferred onto 16mm film, then broadcast overnight by a bored teenager for WCT. In 1985, it was upgraded to computer graphics on a Treet Micro.