On Thu, Sep 30, 2010 at 11:27 AM, Nancy Ward <email@example.com> wrote:
Thanks again, Eric. For some reason, I thought I had read about a "list"
already in existence, but guess I was wrong. I did read what was said
about Gmane, and hope it's to my liking.
As a beta tester for Microsoft, I'm solidly in the NNTP court. In NNTP,
threads are much easier to keep up with and I always know what I've read
and what I haven't. That said, on October 7, Microsoft will kill off
NNTP. What they're offering in its place doesn't look promising.
I will wait for Gmane and do my best to learn how to navigate it. Gotta
be better than no threads at all.
Windows 8 Beta Ferret
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I would prefer NNTP myself but be aware that there are major ISPs in USA
that do not have any news servers. Verizon FIOS, Time Warner Cable and
Optimum Online are three major ISPs in the USA that do not support NNTP. If
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minded end user may never have heard of Usenet and wonder where the
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