Usenet...the last frontier...I used Thoth forever and even paid that shmuck and he still quit developing it. It's Unison all the way now. You can download anything from Adobe CS Studio with detailed info on how to get around the phone home authorization to movies currently in theaters to every type of music usually encoded at audiophile quality 192-320 kbps. Yes it is piracy heaven but I HAVE found long out of print, impossible to find music that I would have paid for had I been able to find it elsewhere. I was able to digitally replace my entire vinyl collection (500-600 LPs) through Usenet. That way the RIAA doesn't get my $$ twice.<br><br>I wish the 24 tv series group would start posting. It started up a few weeks ago but nothing yet. I do have a ton of 3 Stooges myself...<br><br><br>
Loc: Beautiful Southern California
<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p><br>Usenet is for two things... porn and software piracy, period. Fortunately, it's VERY GOOD for both. <p><hr></blockquote><p>I like your thinking. <br><br>
<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>Would using Unisons servers be better?<p><hr></blockquote><p>The ISP's offerings are almost never going to be as good as a dedicated service. Plus, the ISP will limit you usually to a few gigs a month downloads. <br><br>I've heard Giganews is good, there are others. <br><br>
The file may have been corrupt or incomplete. Or it may have not been the first file. You need .001 then .002 and so on. You can tell UnRAR X to save broken or incomplete files. This will allow to download the .rar, 001, 002 and combine them and see if the file is of a good quality before downloading the rest. Also try downloading the Par2 file (the smallest one) and put the files in one folder and use MacPAR to check the files.<br><br>[color:purple] st911.org</font color=purple>
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