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Blog

A website to which a person or persons may regularly post journal entries or commentaries. A blog may be a personal diary, a collaboration concentrating on a theme or nearly anything in between. Most blogs allow readers to comment on each entry. Some blogs attract large followings and are monetized through advertisements and in other ways. As of 2007, there were more than 100 million blogs worldwide.
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On top of the mainstay features, NewsDemon Newsgroups also offers additional features for USENET fans:
Newsgroup retention is the length of time that a newsgroup post is available to subscribers.
Leveraging Virgin Media's dedicated high-speed link connecting to the Highwinds CDN, Internet users will be able to take advantage of important new features available in the Virgin newsgroup service.
Spars was defined as substantively identical messages, posted to many newsgroups (using a threshold calculated with a mathematical formula) within a specified length of time.
In general, cross-posting - sending a request for information to several newsgroups at once - is considered bad manners as it leads to people answering the same query more than once.
The sting, led by the NCS, monitored activity in 33 Internet newsgroups used by paedophiles over a 16-day period.
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The reliability of the information presented is, far and away, the most critical feature of any newsgroup.
Every member of the Senate and the House of Commons along with their staff have access to e-mail, the World-Wide Web and Usenet newsgroups.
But newsgroup discussions are easier to follow than mailing lists because they're organized into specific topics, or threads.
Compared with lurkers, active participants in all these groups considered newsgroup membership far more important in their lives, valued other members' opinions more, and spent more time in the newsgroup.
Newsgroup names indicate which of the several major categories they fall into.