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Google Restores Usenet Archive

Heads-up all you Usenet fans: Google has introduced an advanced search capability that allows you to search more than six years of Usenet postings. Heads-up all you Usenet fans: Google has introduced an advanced search capability that allows you to search more than six years of Usenet postings. 0 Comments

Google Acquires Deja Newsgroup Service

Google purchased the Deja newsgroup archives last month and is now running them within its own site. Despite saving the service, Google came under criticism from hardcore Deja users upset about lost functionality during the transition period. Google purchased the Deja newsgroup archives last month and is now running them within its own site. Despite saving the service, Google came under criticism from hardcore Deja users upset about lost functionality during the transition period. 0 Comments

Petition To Save Newsgroup Archives

A petition to restore access to previous years of the Deja newsgroup archives has been posted, while the service is up for sale. A petition to restore access to previous years of the Deja newsgroup archives has been posted, while the service is up for sale. 0 Comments

Newsgroup Searching: And Then There Was One

Last year, when DejaNews changed its name and pulled away from being a newsgroup-centric service, RemarQ became a strong alternative for those wishing to search discussions in Usenet. But last month, RemarQ became no more, as new owner Critical Path pulled the plug. Last year, when DejaNews changed its name and pulled away from being a newsgroup-centric service, RemarQ became a strong alternative for those wishing to search discussions in Usenet. But last month, RemarQ became no more, as new owner Critical Path pulled the plug. 0 Comments

DejaNews, Mining Company Make Significant Relaunches

DejaNews and the Mining Company, both well-known sites with search-and-navigation features, made substantial changes in how they are presenting themselves in May. DejaNews and the Mining Company, both well-known sites with search-and-navigation features, made substantial changes in how they are presenting themselves in May. 0 Comments