An Internet message board system, where people meet to discuss a variety of topics. There are thousands of newsgroups on the Internet covering a wide variety of interests.
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Discussion boards that centre around a particular subject. For example, ALT.TV.FRIENDS would be based upon the American TV sitcom Friends. May also include images as well as text.Found on http://www.amigahistory.co.uk/n.html
Generally large Internet forums for discussion of a vast variety of specific interests.Found on http://www.ycp.edu/library/ifl/glossary.html
Similar to Bulletin Boards except that the reader membership can be controlled. These are often used by more specialised groups for exchange of information where a common interest is held andcan vary in size depending on the size of audience intended.
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These are the bulletin boards of the Internet. There are around 20,000 groups covering every subject under the sun. Most IAPs have a newsgroup server which periodically takes all new messages from a newsgroup feed and adds the messages which have been posted by its own users. To access the newsgroups stored on your IAPs newsgroup server you need a ...Found on https://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/20134
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