what’s the fuss about the IRC and USENET these days? does anyone still use this kind of technology?

Question by : what’s the fuss about the IRC and USENET these days? does anyone still use this kind of technology? aint those 80s stuff? or at least early 90s? ever since the world wide web becomes standard, i doubt anybody is still retrieving information from the usenet, but I’d be surprised when I accidently […]

Usenet can still be useful.(Personal Computing)(Product/Service Evaluation): An article from: Black Issues in Higher Education

Usenet can still be useful.(Personal Computing)(Product/Service Evaluation): An article from: Black Issues in Higher Education This digital document is an article from Black Issues in Higher Education, published by Cox, Matthews & Associates on April 7, 2005. The length of the article is 842 words. The page length shown above is based on a typical […]

Though dwindling in number, newsgroups still occupy Internet niche and provide information on lots of topics.(technology today): An article from: Community College Week

Though dwindling in number, newsgroups still occupy Internet niche and provide information on lots of topics.(technology today): An article from: Community College Week This digital document is an article from Community College Week, published by Autumn Publishing on November 17, 2008. The length of the article is 868 words. The page length shown above is […]

If I join a usenet group and pay recurring member fees, would downloading copyrighted songs still be illegal?

Question by Nick2006: If I join a usenet group and pay recurring member fees, would downloading copyrighted songs still be illegal? Can I still be sued in this instance? response to first answer: then why does usenet.com advertise this stuff “Join us today and start building your music collection!” and this: “to join the BEST […]

Usenet can still be useful.(technology today)(online discussion groups): An article from: Community College Week

Usenet can still be useful.(technology today)(online discussion groups): An article from: Community College Week This digital document is an article from Community College Week, published by Cox, Matthews & Associates on April 11, 2005. The length of the article is 832 words. The page length shown above is based on a typical 300-word page. The […]