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How to Get Started with Usenet in Three Simple Steps

How to Get Started with Usenet in Three Simple Steps
@oat: My biggest issue with using usenet has been the constant need for more drive space. I have almost 5TB filled up right now, and this is just with items specifically culled and considered "best in genre" @oat: doesn't mb/s = mbps? I think what you meant was mB/s or mBps. Small b=bit, large=Byte. @oat: Um...first off. mb/s and mbps are the same thing.

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