Who invented Usenet?

Answer According to NASA's "Big Dummy's Guide to the Internet," Tom Truscott and Jim Ellis developed Usenet in 1979. It began as a way for Unix computers to communicate data with each other over phone lin... Read More »

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Who made Usenet?

Usenet, the first global-scale electronic chat room, was created in 1979 by Tom Truscott and Jim Ellis, two graduate students at Duke University, with programming assistance from Steve Bellovin. Us... Read More »

How do I access Usenet?

Access UsenetNavigate to the homepage of a Usenet newsreader--the client used to access Usenet--and download the service onto the computer's desktop. Open Microsoft Outlook if you're a Windows user... Read More »

What is a usenet server?

A Usenet server allows you to access Usenet groups, according to Like the Internet, Usenet has no centralized storage system. Most Internet providers offer a limited amount of Usenet gr... Read More »

How to Download Using Usenet?

This article will introduce the best way to download using usenet, which itself is the best way to download practically anything (movies, games, music) from the internet.It is slightly more complic... Read More »