Dan Mitchell on Thu, 22 Jun 2000 05:41:19 +0200 (CEST)

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<nettime> Re: Deja move 'complete' (sequel to "huh?")

 >If after all this time no one has figured out how/where to archive all this
 >material, then perhaps one should look to whomever (if anyone) who is
 >actually responsible for the Usenet rather than knee-jerking without two
 >clues . . .

It's the Tri-lateral Commission, isn't it Mark?

At 01:19 PM 6/21/00 -0400, Newmedia@aol.com wrote:
>It is now nearly two years since Dejanews.com became Deja.com, complete with
>both many press releases about their attempt to build a profitable business
>-- which they have not yet accomplished -- and with many outcries about their
>"change" in direction (they originally only adopted the Usenet as a handy
>database for testing their database software) . . .

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