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netnews

/net'n[y]ooz/ 1. The software that makes Usenet run.

2. The content of Usenet. "I read netnews right after my mail most mornings."
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Netnews used two mechanisms to limit the reader's attention to the articles which interested them the most.
While Netnews is extremely successful with millions of users and megabytes of daily traffic, it is not very effective as a dissemination system.
The boundaries are defined and maintained only through the weak ties of e-mail,(3) netnews, and other computer mediated communications tools (Pickering & King, 1992).
Other applications have included the extraction of World Wide Web hypertext links (URLs) from NetNews articles, searching files of machine code in binary format, searching comments in source code files, and counting actual occurrences of patterns in files (as opposed to lines containing the patterns).
The sheer volume is an important variable: Detailed textual reviews of restaurants or movies may be practical, but applying the same approach to thousands of daily Netnews messages would not.
Newsgroups, sometimes known as Usenet or NetNews, are very popular, and resemble discussion lists in that users post messages that are distributed and then read later.
Or choose a direct link to one of several dailies (Interactive Age Daily, Information Week News Flash, Windows Magazine Hot News, Communication Week NetNews, Electronic Engineering Times Headline Report) or to NetGuide's NetDaily News Roundup.
After a year and a half, teachers reported that the services used, in decreasing order of frequency, are e-mail, gopher, NetNews, telnet and ftp.
Among these departments are NetNews, the weekly Internet community newspaper; the Whole Internet Catalog, a "card catalog" of Internet resources; the Arcade, a collection of links to cartoons and other fun stuff; and three subject-specific "metacenters," a Travel Center, an Internet User's Center and a Personal Finance Center.
NetNews allows "Internauts" to access news groups, which are like the cork bulletin boards of old.
The NASVF NetNews is the innovation capital industry's premier weekly e-newsletter, read by over 5,000 weekly subscribers.
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