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Deja.com

A website that specialized in product ratings and information. Founded in 1995 as Deja News, the site was initially created to archive and search Usenet discussions. In 1999, it rebranded itself as a product decision-making site with consumer opinions and reviews and product comparisons. In 2000, eBay's Half.com acquired the consumer service, and Google acquired the Usenet archive in 2001.
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Next most familiar are Google Groups, which began life on the Usenet and whose archive at Deja News was acquired by Google in 2001.
Another well-known archive service is Google Groups (http:// groups.google.com), previously called Deja News and before that DejaViews.
Another well-known archive service is Google Groups (groups.google.com), previously called Deja News and before that DejaViews.
One offshoot of the most useful site ever invented, www.google.com, deja news operates as a summary of newsgroups on the internet.
Many moved to companies such as Universal Studios, Deja News, Lightspan or new e-commerce venture CheckOut.com.
The company used to be called Deja News. It began life as a web interface for the public discussion boards collectively known as Usenet - one of the oldest parts of the internet, pre-dating the world wide web by many years.
Deja News (www.dejanews.com) catalogs newsgroup postings, allowing you to search across many newsgroups, not just the few you've subscribed to.
We looked up the high spam and random address in two online Web indexes--AltaVista and HotBot--and in Deja News, an index of Usenet news.
InfoSpace (http://www.infospace.com), a leading directory and content aggregator on the Internet, and Deja News (http://www.dejanews.com), which operates a Web source for Internet discussion groups such as Usenet, have announced that both companies will integrate each other's services into their sites.
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These agreements are in addition to Infoseek's existing content relationships with Reuters, Deja News, Reality Online, PR Newswire, Hoover's Online, Bell Atlantic, and NBC-IN.