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Posted by Baron on January 5, 2010, 5:48 pm
 


sparky Inscribed thus:


I think you need to go and read a bit of history !  Usenet precedes the
WWW by a long way.  I was using it in the early 80's...
Almost 30 years ago.  Seems like yesterday.  :-)

<http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Usenet>


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Best Regards:
                     Baron.

Posted by You on January 5, 2010, 8:48 pm
 




He is just another Johnnie Come Lately...  to the real world... the NNTP
predates WWW by a couple decades at least... but who's counting...

Posted by Michael B on January 5, 2010, 10:18 pm
 

Ya know, I find it amazing and amusing that the self-appointed
net-cops continue to deliver their excrement into a thread titled
"a question about coil winding".
Did anyone have difficulty reading that?



Posted by Josepi on January 5, 2010, 11:05 pm
 

The top posting scam is an age old troll for those to avoid the limelight,
when questioned, typically.

Real people can read most formats while the really twisted interlace post to
insure no further discussion on their points.



Ya know, I find it amazing and amusing that the self-appointed
net-cops continue to deliver their excrement into a thread titled
"a question about coil winding".
Did anyone have difficulty reading that?



sparky Inscribed thus:
It mostly depends on what you want to do. A few years ago there was
no usenet and no regulars.. Just ordinary people like you and me.
Then a few decided to become the "net cops" and make rules for
others.

I think you need to go and read a bit of history ! Usenet precedes the
WWW by a long way. I was using it in the early 80's...
Almost 30 years ago. Seems like yesterday. :-)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Usenet>



Posted by daestrom on January 7, 2010, 9:36 pm
 

sparky wrote:

Actually, 'usenet' is a lot older than the WWW.  Before http and www,
there was uucp (unix-to-unix copy).  You could send e-mail and usenet
messages without an 'internet'.

daestrom

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