1411Re: [the boredoms] bore 99 audio
- Feb 29, 2004You'll need to use a newsreader. Some e-mail client
software will include one. If you need a standalone
product, a lot of people seem to like a package called
Agent. When you open the newsreader, you'll have the
option (typically) to look over a long list of
newsgroups. It's kind of like a bulletin board.
There are ways to split up a large file into a lot of
small ones and each of these small files is posted as
a message. You can (in most newsreaders I've seen)
then highlight all the messages and have the reader
assemble the appropriate files from all the individual
pieces. Once they're together, save the files in a
location you'll remember.
There's a lot more technical crap I don't know about,
in terms of how the files are diced and reassembled,
but you probably won't need to worry about it. If you
have MS Internet Explorer installed, you have Outlook
Express. You can use the newsreader in that.
Netscape, Mozilla, and Opera all have newsreaders,
too. Other e-mail client software like Eudora will
have newsreaders, too. Check the help files for
whatever software you want to use and it should be
able to walk you through the process.
--- Lee Henderson <lee-henderson@...> wrote:
> How do I find alt.binaries.sounds mp3s.90's ?__________________________________
> I don't know how to look for groups on the net.
> >i posted the whole show 6/29/99 in
> alt.binaries.sounds mp3s.90's.
> >the files i put here arte low quality, i posted
> much better quality
> >in news groups. i posted the last bore from 02 a
> few weeks ago in
> >the 00's group
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