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Why subscribe to Usenet when I could just do a search on google?

Question by theeshusher: Why subscribe to Usenet when I could just do a search on google?
Isn’t it the same thing? I hear that the biggest forum of all is still “Usenet.” That’s the same as “newsgroups” which can all be searched on goggle using the “news” option, right? Do many people still use it? Perhaps I’m missing out on half the internet. The “web” is only part of it.

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Answer by aaa
Hi there,

The main reason to use Usenet is to download files–the latest movies, games, CD’s etc. You can get a full DVD (4.5 gigabytes) in a couple of hours on the right connection using usenet. The only problem is you have to pay!

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what the difference between a RSS feed and a usenet group like google group?

Question by manohar g: what the difference between a RSS feed and a usenet group like google group?
in a google grouop i found that u cant put it in an opera feed.. u need a newsreader or something like that.. its a hassle to check to check e-mails to answer questions in google groups, cant we put them in the feeds menu of opera browser..

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Answer by Chez7
The difference is how the message is read. An RSS feed has to link to a web site while a newsreader is reading individual messages, unfortunately, at this time, there is no way to incorporate the two.

News is only one form of content that can be distributed with an RSS feed. Other possibilities include discussion forum excerpts, software announcements, and any form of content retrievable with a URL.

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Usenet: Communauté de La Séduction, Google Groupes, Kirshenbaum, Otherkin, Parchive, Signature, Flood, Modération D’informations, Newzfinders (French Edition)

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Is “Google Groups” the only game in town to search Historical Contents of usenet?

Question by Buckley Valeo: Is “Google Groups” the only game in town to search Historical Contents of usenet?
Anybody remember altavista? That’s what I want. Google Groups used to be able to search historical usenet postings, but now the results are cluttered up with posts from non-usenet groups hosted exclusively by Google. I’m not interested in finding lists of usenet groups, I know they exist. I’m interested in finding an alternative way to search usenet historical posts by keyword.
No answers might suggest that it’s impossible to search the historical contents of usenet without the help of Google’s newly crippled service. If this is true, I’m am saddened.
Although searching for binaries might be the goal of some, it’s not the point of my question. I’m just looking for how to do a text search on the contents of historical usenet posts. It wouldn’t have to go back fifteen years, like altavista did, but should be at least five years. Yes, something similar can be done by trying to search the posts on thousands of web-based forums, but I don’t think any one of those is as big as usenet or has as many techies who participate and add meaningful content.

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Answer by Peter R
There are several Usenet search engines. Not sure how good they are and some require $ $ $ to use. But check out the following blog post and see if one might work well for you.

http://www.ghacks.net/2008/03/08/the-best-usenet-search-engines/

DMOZ has several in their directory:

http://www.dmoz.org/Computers/Usenet/Search/NZB/

and a Google search will surface a bunch:

http://www.google.com/search?q=usenet+search+engine

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