Collectible Phone Card: 5 Units rec.collecting.phonecards Usenet Newsgroup Commemorative

Collectible Phone Card: 5 Units rec.collecting.phonecards Usenet Newsgroup Commemorative

  • SKU: cm14058 – Quantity Issued: 750 – MoneyCard Catalog Number: 24
  • Genuine Telephone Cards in Excellent Condition (unless described otherwise).
  • Buy more phone cards from us and WE WILL COMBINE SHIPPING!
  • We only charge 10 cents extra shipping for each extra phone card in the package!
  • CollectorMagic is an expert in USA phone card collecting since 1994.

All collectible phone cards are in excellent condition unless described otherwise. ALL CARDS ARE EXPIRED AND INACTIVE, THEY ARE NO LONGER USEABLE FOR LONG DISTANCE CALLING. We only charge 10 cents shipping for each extra phone card in the package, SO – search for more CollectorMagic items and we will combine shipping! Keywords: Promotional, computers, computer related, globes, world, outer space, earth, world, phones on phonecards, satellites Categories: Corporate

List Price: $ 3.00

Price: $ 3.00

Usenet Newsgroup downloads HELP?

Question by Sammy: Usenet Newsgroup downloads HELP?
Ok, i downloaded an XBOX 360 game from usenet. When it was done downloading im missing some files. I used QuickPAR to fix them, but it couldnt get the missing files. How can i recover those missing files without redownloading the whole thing? Its only like 6 files and I guess i didnt get the PAR files for them either.

Best answer:

Answer by etheesdad™
sometimes newsgroups don’t have all the parts. check the headers and count them to make sure they are all present. if any headers are missing or do not have the encoded parts included, you won’t be able to assemble the file.

you need to make sure all the parts are there _before_ you download!

There are binary applications available that do all this work for you. smbaker has put out some good ones and has been building them for many years…

Add your own answer in the comments!

Does the RIAA or other agencies typically monitor Usenet newsgroup downloads? Is there any precedent for that?

Question by Duggywuggy: Does the RIAA or other agencies typically monitor Usenet newsgroup downloads? Is there any precedent for that?

Best answer:

Answer by jedeyebrett
I haven’t heard of any news/website articles that have stated the RIAA have targeted Usenet groups. I know that usenet is harder to track people on, especially if your provider gives you anonymous encrypted connection option. So far the only people the RIAA have targeted are those who use Limewire, or any other piece of software that uses the Gnutella network

Give your answer to this question below!

Newsgroups, including: Usenet Newsgroup, List Of Newsgroups, Alt.religion.scientology, Alt.binaries.slack, News.admin.net-abuse.email, … Talk.origins, Alt.tasteless, Alt.atheism

Newsgroups, including: Usenet Newsgroup, List Of Newsgroups, Alt.religion.scientology, Alt.binaries.slack, News.admin.net-abuse.email, … Talk.origins, Alt.tasteless, Alt.atheism

Hephaestus Books represents a new publishing paradigm, allowing disparate content sources to be curated into cohesive, relevant, and informative books. To date, this content has been curated from Wikipedia articles and images under Creative Commons licensing, although as Hephaestus Books continues to increase in scope and dimension, more licensed and public domain content is being added. We believe books such as this represent a new and exciting lexicon in the sharing of human knowledge. This particular book is a collaboration focused on Newsgroups.

More info: A usenet newsgroup is a repository usually within the Usenet system, for messages posted from many users in different locations. The term may be confusing to some, because it is usually a discussion group. Newsgroups are technically distinct from, but functionally similar to, discussion forums on the World Wide Web. Newsreader software is used to read newsgroups.

List Price: $ 17.75

Price: $ 13.84