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  1. Usenet - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Usenet is a worldwide distributed discussion system. It was developed from the general-purpose UUCP dial-up network architecture. Tom Truscott and Jim Ellis conceived ...

  2. Usenet - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

    Usenet es el acrónimo de Users Network (Red de usuarios), consistente en un sistema global de discusión en Internet, que evoluciona de las redes UUCP.


    Das Usenet (/ ˈjuːznɛt /, urspr. Unix User Network – engl. für ‚Unix-Benutzer-Netzwerk‘) ist ein weltweites, elektronisches Netzwerk, das einen eigenen ...


    Geschiedenis . Usenet is ontwikkeld door Tom Truscott en Jim Ellis aan de Duke-universiteit in 1979-1980. Indertijd was er van algemene internetconnectiviteit nog ...


    Юзнет (англ. Usenet сокр. от User Network) — компьютерная сеть, используемая для общения и ...

  6. Internet FAQ Archives - Online Education -

    This archive contains Usenet Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) postings in HTML format and in text format. Select the format that best serves your purposes.

  7. Binsearch -- Usenet search engine

    Binary content search engine. Allows creation of NZB files. Also features a watchlist, an RSS feed as well as a NFO database that can be searched, and supports SSL ...

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  9. Google Groups

    Google Groups allows you to create and participate in online forums and email-based groups with a rich experience for community conversations.

  10. UseNeXT | Your unlimited access to Usenet

    UseNeXT offers you access to the Usenet. Explore the wide variety of topics of more than 100,000 Newsgroups – with full DSL speed and 14 days free!

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