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From: (David Elliott)
Newsgroups: news.misc
Subject: USENET on CD-ROM?
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Date: 27 Nov 89 01:46:52 GMT
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I heard an interesting rumor recently.

It seems that someone has an archive of all the USENET postings
since the beginning on CD-ROM.

Does anyone know anything about this?  I've always wanted to know
when I made my first posting (late in 1979?) and how stupid it was.

David Elliott | ...!{uunet,mips}!sonyusa!dce
"It's bigger than a breadbox, and smaller than the planet Jupiter."

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From: henry@utzoo.uucp (Henry Spencer)
Subject: Re: USENET on CD-ROM?
Message-ID: <1989Nov27.174906.22096@utzoo.uucp>
Organization: U of Toronto Zoology
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Date: Mon, 27 Nov 89 17:49:06 GMT

In article <> 
(David Elliott) writes:
>It seems that someone has an archive of all the USENET postings
>since the beginning on CD-ROM.

There are folks who are *talking* about doing this -- they've been in
touch with several people (including me) who have archives on less
convenient media -- but as far as I know it hasn't yet been done.

(Before anyone asks, we have archives going back to spring 1981, but we
do *not* provide a retrieval service -- the archives are on magtape,
lots of magtapes in fact, and retrieval is not at all convenient.)
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