Can you help me find a website that posts advertising circulars (sales circulars) for many different stores?

Question by Christmas Fan: Can you help me find a website that posts advertising circulars (sales circulars) for many different stores?
During the Christmas season, I heard about this website on the news but cannot recall the web address. I thought that many of the ppl who visit the Christmas section know a thing or two about sales and shopping. Thanks.

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Answer by Sweet n Sour
Most stores have their weekly ad online, like target for example http://weeklyad.target.com/target/default.aspx?action=entryflash&ref=nav_weeklyad

But there is a place that has the deals from everywhere, not their entire ads: http://slickdeals.net/

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How Usenet groups are different from Yahoo or Google groups? How can i subscribe to any usenet groups?

Question by nemo: How Usenet groups are different from Yahoo or Google groups? How can i subscribe to any usenet groups?

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Answer by Warren1AZ
Unless your ISP provides a Usenet feed, you have to subscribe to a separate service. Adelphia at one time provided Usenet access in their cable modem service. Try entering in Google something like this: Usenet+provider

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what are the 2 different methods for viewing and posting messages to Usenet newsgroups?

Question by dizzy2323: what are the 2 different methods for viewing and posting messages to Usenet newsgroups?

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Answer by Baggins
One way would be to use a service such as http://groups.google.com/

Another way would be to use an emailclient that supports newsgroups such as Outlook Express.

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what are two different methods for viewing and posting messages to Usenet Newsgroups?

Question by dizzy29nate: what are two different methods for viewing and posting messages to Usenet Newsgroups?

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Answer by ♠♥Cribbage♦♣
For this you need a newsreader.

Outlook Express has a newsreader function.
There are also online newsreaders that will work right through your browser.
And some browsers have newsreader functionality themselves.

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