Archive for April, 2011
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An old Yorkshire Evening News ghost sign advertising a long lost newspaper.
The last edition of the Evening News was on Saturday the 30th November 1963.
It was then amalgamated with the Yorkshire Evening Post.
This old sign can be found near Headingley cricket ground.
*Part of the Ghost signs set*
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how would I go about finding information on international marketing and advertising news and information for?
Question by Heather: how would I go about finding information on international marketing and advertising news and information for?
how would I go about finding information on international marketing and advertising news and information for MICROSOFT CORPORATION? I’m doing it for a competitive analysis for my marketing class.
Answer by Travel4Eva
Why dont you search Google News for “microsoft corporation”, then subscribe to the RSS feed of the page, so that you can keep up to date with any news google finds about them. You can also setup a Google alert for the company, so that each time Google finds a page relevant to your phrase, you can get an email notifying you of each url.
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Question by Jack D: How to use Usenet newsgroup?
How do I search usenet for something without paying for it? If I can find what I am looking for then I will buy the service. What is the official usenet since there seems to be many sites for it like usenet.org usenet.com and usenet.nl?
Answer by Masked Musketeer
There is no “official” usenet.
Those are just usenet providers.
>How do I search usenet for something without paying for it?
Usenet search engines can be used for free.
But to actually download, you need to sign up to a Usenet provider. Once you are a paying member, go to any Usenet search engine and search for anything you wish to download. You then download a .nzb file (it’s pretty similar to a .torrent file) which is opened using a Usenet client.
I prefer Unzbin, http://www.unzbin.com/ but you can choose what you like.
This is a tutorial to get you started:
The tutorial shows you how to use SabNZB, which IMO is a little harder to use. You can use UnzBin as an alternative.
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