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November 5th, 2009
From High School Students to accredited Chemists, newsgroups have been a destination for many to discuss, interact and share almost everything regarding the world of Chemistry. USENET Newsgroups offer more than a dozen newsgroups that are home to Chemistry newsgroups.
Chemistry in general is a very diverse field with many different aspects. As USENET newsgroups are broken down to sub-categories of general categories, it has enabled focused discussions about whatever aspect of Chemistry one may be interested in. Analytical chemistry newsgroups and Electrochemistry newsgroups, as an example, each have their own subscribers that share opinions and information that further there understanding of these fields.
In many cases, these newsgroups have been known to provide more up-to-date information regarding innovations and discoveries than any conventional paper journal about the ever changing understanding of Chemistry. It also provides a way to discuss these discoveries alongside other professionals and eager minds.
As with most newsgroup categories that fall under science and technology, Chemistry newsgroup communities have existed for over 20 years and continue to host both old and new subscribers that participate in every day discussions and happenings on Chemistry newsgroups. Whatever field or particular interest in Chemistry one may have, USENET newsgroups should be a required online destination.
October 21st, 2009
The feeling of knowing you are an expert in your field is one of triumph. To help you along, USENET newsgroups can possibly help you along of not only reaching that goal, but maybe even broaden your knowledge and field.
Whatever field you may be in, chances are that there is a USENET newsgroup associated with it. From archaeology to bee keeping, the range of newsgroups – and those who subscribe to them – is many. These newsgroups attract both the experts as well as the novice that come together as a community to discuss, share and exchange information.
While you research USENET newsgroups, you may find that information that you thought was non-existent because you didn’t find it online, is waiting for you on a USENET newsgroup. With over 107,000 newsgroups available to rummage through, it’s not hard to find at least a related group that subscribes to your interest.
October 9th, 2009
The big news on newsgroups is that NASA deliberately aimed a rocket into the Moon to expand the search for water. NASA has said the rocket and satellite strike was a success, kicking up enough dust for scientists to determine whether or not there is water on the moon.
Nothing exploded, although two spacecraft — one about the size of a bus, the other a subcompact car — did crash on the surface of the moon. For background on the whys and wherefores, you can read more about moon exploration and the reasons for the LCROSS mission here and on some of the space and technology newsgroups.
Mission scientists said they did spy a thermal flash and spotted an approximately 20 meter sized created by the impact. They were most excited about a tiny bump in brightness seen by a mission spectrometer, which could signal the presence of water that some think exists as ice in the bottom of the target crater.
“We have the data we need to address the questions we set out to address”, said Anthony Colaprete, principal investigator for the Lunar Crater Observation and Sensing Satellite mission. At approximately 5.31pm IST on Friday, a rocket called LCROSS (for Lunar Crater Observation and Sensing Satellite), traveling at over twice the speed of a bullet, traversed the nearly 375,000 km from earth to Moon and slammed into the bottom of a lunar crater bathed in a permanent shadow.
The impact sequence was followed not only by telescopic eyes in space, such as LRO and the Hubble Space Telescope, but also by hundreds of telescopes, both professional and amateur, in North America, where the skies were mostly clear.
The one-two punch of crashing a booster rocket and its mother craft near the moon’s south pole didn’t kick up dramatic and visible plumes as hoped, but scientists reported that the mission had gathered enough data to tell whether the crater contains frozen water.
September 16th, 2009
An individual’s prosperity, happiness and impact on the future is mostly dictated by education in this day and age. Educating the minds of the young provide the future we hope to behold.
The importance of this has been a reminder during our efforts to give back to our community. With the free USENET access and our new Student discount offer, we hope to provide more with the resources USENET provides in continuing education.
From teachers and students alike, USENET newsgroups have been formed to contribute towards education through research and debate on current issues, structures and expectations at all levels of education.
Many new students throughout time have found that College newsgroups have provided them with a forum in which they have been able to formulate answers to expand their knowledge. Financial aid newsgroups to admission newsgroups have made many lives easier by taking out a lot of the guess work and generally being better prepared with moving forward with their educational path.
Whatever school a person may attend, many graduate school newsgroups exist to assist. Many of these newsgroups are filled with like minded individuals on either the same path or have the experience to help.
Education is a fundamental building block of a modern-day vision of success. With newsgroups dedicated to education as a tool, it can unlock volumes of knowledge to explore and discover.
September 10th, 2009
As online video channels such as YouTube, Hulu and a host of others gain popularity, so has the hobby of video production.
The YouTube slogan of “broadcast yourself” has been taken literally and seriously as more and more are finding creative ways to express themselves and communicate through video. USENET newsgroups themselves have been finding video a more popular medium for sharing content between users to illustrate topic points.
USENET newsgroups host a variety of different newsgroups that directly deal with video production. Video production newsgroups provide a medium for folks to communicate about the latest tricks and tips involved in creating those internet sensations we’ve grown to love.
Even professional video newsgroups are available for more advanced users that are looking more towards commercial cinematography and editing come to converse about the latest technologies and techniques used in larger productions.
Regardless, USENET newsgroups present a great resource to both average and advanced users alike. If you’re looking to find help or to create videos for on or off line, video newsgroups may be your answer. Providing in depth conversations and topics regarding producing, editing and distributing video, USENET newsgroups are the first channel you’ll want to try.
September 2nd, 2009
Precisely forty years ago on September 2, Leonard Kleinrock and some other associates started testing a system that would eventually become the worldwide network we know as the internet today.
Revisiting World Wide Web newsgroups, we spotlight on the history of the internet in celebration of its 40th birthday.
On September 2, 1969, two computers send out test data at Kleinrock’s lab at the University of California, Los Angeles. That was the humble beginning of what was originally called the ‘ARPANET‘ network — a government-supported data network that would use the technology which by then had come to be known as “packet switching.”
From this point on DARPA and ARPANET became the biological manufacturing parents of the internet and are two of the most important acronyms pertaining to the internet.
(DARPA) is the central research and development office for the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) otherwise referred to as The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency. The ARPANET is the Advanced Research Projects Agency Network that was created by (ARPA) and it is essentially the predecessor of the global Internet.
It would be 10 years later that the USENET would come to be utilizing the ARPANET. It would be the USENET that would bring the masses online. With the introduction of newsgroups, a new online word of discussion groups arose.
Later, in 1991, Tim Berners-Lee used the USENET to announce the foundation of what we know the Word Wide Web to be today.
Tthe continuing growth of the internet community forced an expansion of its development and use. As time passed and as the popularity of the Internet grew, competition eventually made the internet more accessible and its availability even more widespread.
Len Kleinrock and his team never imagined the spread of all of the Internet trends and fads that would follow. But since using the World Wide Web became commonplace among average people, the medium has quickly evolved and gone through several different stages.
Contrary to claims once made by Al Gore, it was not invented by him.
Coincidently, the first domain name ever registered was sold on August 31st of this year.
On March 15, 1985, the Internet officially became active with the registration and use of the Symbolics.com domain name.
Said to be the oldest on the web, it has remained the property of its original owner since then. Symbolics.com was bought by XF.com Investments, which said it was “excited” about the purchase.
The address was registered by computer manufacturer Symbolics in March 1985, months before rivals Hewlett-Packard, Intel and Sun Microsystems swooped to secure their own presence on the nascent web.
Nearly 25 years later, over 180,000,000 registered domains are currently in use.
August 12th, 2009
For those in the Real Estate industry, USENET newsgroups have long been an indispensable resource. Real Estate and Housing newsgroups are places where like-minded individuals gather to swap information and advice.
USENET newsgroups are broken into sub topics related to the different aspects associated with the Real Estate and the Housing markets covering much of the world. Housing Newsgroups have long existed for those people who are interested in buying real estate, discussing the buying process, picking a home, finding services, finding information about foreclosures, short sales, mortgages, and much more.
USENET newsgroups offer hundreds of real estate articles and guides on how to get started in Real Estate – whatever the role.
With dozens of different newsgroups to choose from, anything and everything you want to know about the Real Estate profession and Housing can be found on newsgroups. No other online source comes close to providing the same high level of information than what USENET newsgroups have to offer.
As the housing market becomes a center point of America’s attention recently, a number of housing related newsgroups have experienced a huge spike of new subscribers. Looking for answers on a variety of aspects of Real Estate, USENET again remains a necessity for many to stay informed.
June 10th, 2009
Recently and upcoming, movie studios have been pushing and putting emphasis on a range of animation and comics book adaptations. From Wolverine: Origins to G.I. Joe and Watchmen, the recent and predicted success of these movies seem to indicate that only more are destined to hit the box office this decade.
Before this recent push, these movies were few and far in-between, receiving luke warm responses in the past. A large source of why these movies have suddenly received more accolade can be directly linked to the activity and discussions of all things related to animation and comic book online.
One of the largest sources of these discussions have been animation and comic book newsgroups. These newsgroups have been some of the world’s leading portals and resources for news, information and community activities for animators, comic book fans and artists.
Newsgroups like comp.graphics.animation and rec.arts.animation have long been home to discussions of the technical aspects and technique of computer animation by industry insiders and fans alike. Where rec.arts.comics covers the superhero realm and an abundance of discussion of hero specific movies.
Many of these newsgroups have been responsible for running events where animation professionals are free to network with each other and discuss future collaborations. Comic book newsgroups and animation newsgroups both provide updates, news and events that affect animators and the animation world, including comic books.
Discussions are guided by a variety of figures from the animation and comic book world – from animators and directors, to the likeness of the comic book guy from The Simpsons.
Whether you are new or long experienced with the world of Animation and Comics, if you haven’t checked out the corresponding Usenet newsgroups on the matter, chances are you don’t know the full story.
May 27th, 2009
Agriculture newsgroups have offered opportunities for farmers to take part in online conversations among other farmers and agriculture professionals for over 20 years. Agriculture is defined as the occupation, business, or science of cultivating the land, producing crops, and raising livestock. It includes the art, science, and industry of managing the natural resources of plants, animals, soil, water and air. There are several different forms of agriculture as well, often defined by geography.
In the United States, agriculture has generally been mechanized and heavily dependent upon an integrated system of supporting same related businesses. In the United States and Canada, most farmers and ranchers depend heavily upon technology. With USENET, it has been a home to those involved in agriculture as they have been able to build communities in order to share and learn on new methods that lead to the progress of agriculture methods.
Most farmers practice monoculture, relying upon a single crop for their primary income, and have expanded to very large acreages in order to take advantage of economies of scale. Such farms are referred to in terms of the primary crop, for example, a dairy farm, a cattle ranch, or a wheat farm. Some small farms are run by part time farmers who also have other occupations.
Many Agriculture USENET newsgroups offer the latest information in agricultural news, weather, markets. They provide a grassroots voice of farmers and ranchers. Discussions occur on a variety of different topics: from livestock and machinery, to beekeeping newsgroups and farm humor. These newsgroups on agriculture invites you to read what “people on the land and close to the action” have to say about the events and progress in agriculture.
Below are a variety of agriculture newsgroups to enjoy
May 20th, 2009
Parenting is a tough job….really tough. At the same time, it’s arguably one of the most important jobs any of us will ever have. Usenet parenting newsgroup communities have a rich history of helping others, making new parenting friends, and to grow as a parent. These parenting newsgroups have historically had a long lasting positive impact on the lives of many parents and children.
Usenet parenting newsgroups are a great source of information and support for parents, and parents-to-be. Parenting newsgroup communities, like misc.kids invites you to participate in parenting discussions – by either asking for advice/support or providing answers and sharing parenting tips with others.
Many Usenet newsgroups also provide critical information such as the decision-making moment that women face during crisis pregnancies on misc.kids.pregnancy. There are newsgroups that assist adopters and birth parents to find families by helping hopeful adoptive parents make adoption dreams come true on adoption newsgroups such as alt.adoption.issues and alt.adoptive.parenting. There are parenting newsgroups such as soc.adoption.parenting and alt.adoptive.parenting that are committed to helping children in the U.S. and around the world, who otherwise wouldn’t be able to find families.
Many parenting newsgroups have been created and have lasted throughout the years with the goal of building an online community of parents. These newsgroups are only a great source of information for parents, but also a venue that both outreaches and provides resources to the parenting community at large.
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