__/ [ Mathew P. ] on Wednesday 15 March 2006 10:42 \__
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> On 2006-03-15, Roy Schestowitz spake thusly:
>> __/ [ x0054 ] on Wednesday 15 March 2006 04:50 \__
>>> John Bailo <jabailo@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote in
>>>> I just became aware that Google has Groups which are not just imports
>>>> from Usenet -- but based solely in Google.com
>>>> I think that's terrible if we can't access, participate in such groups
>>>> with a regular newsreader, but have to go through Google and use a
>>>> browser interface!
>>> Well, it is their right to do so. It's their server, and they can do what
>>> ever they want with that. Just like many people have forums on their
>>> sites. As long as it's clearly delineated I do not see why not. I may not
>>> like it, but they do and should have a right to do that.
>>> - Bogdan
>> I, for one, wish Google the best of luck. Hopefully they can pull Google
>> Groupers out of UseNet altogether.
>> Blinky has been killfiling posts from Google Groups for quite some time
>> and inspires many of us to do the same.
>> Best wishes,
>> PS/Disclaimer - There are posters who use Google Groups who understand
>> netiquette and whose contribution is highly appreciated and welcome
>> (content is the Web-related newsgroups). However, they remain a small
>> minority, so predudice is often practised.
> couldn't find the google link on blinky net, but they do have some
> priceless stuff, like this one:
> Ben Franklins Guide To Trolling
Check out his humour pages. They make me lose it sometimes.
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