newsgroup

Newsgroup vs Retromoderate - What's the difference?

newsgroup | retromoderate |


As a noun newsgroup

is a repository on a computer network where people can post messages, usually about a single subject.

As a verb retromoderate is

(internet) to moderate (a newsgroup) by initially allowing all posts through and later issuing cancellations of those deemed unacceptable.

Newsgroup vs Ntg - What's the difference?

newsgroup | ntg | initialism |

Newsgroup is a initialism of ntg.


As a noun newsgroup

is a repository on a computer network where people can post messages, usually about a single subject.

As an initialism ntg is

(internet) not this group (ie newsgroup).

Newsgroup vs Asher - What's the difference?

newsgroup | asher |


As nouns the difference between newsgroup and asher

is that newsgroup is a repository on a computer network where people can post messages, usually about a single subject while asher is amadou, touchwood, tinder or asher can be hard part (on the back side of a horse hoof).

Newsgroup vs Offlist - What's the difference?

newsgroup | offlist |


As a noun newsgroup

is a repository on a computer network where people can post messages, usually about a single subject.

As an adjective offlist is

(internet) not on a mailing list or newsgroup.

Newsgroup vs Newsbot - What's the difference?

newsgroup | newsbot |


As nouns the difference between newsgroup and newsbot

is that newsgroup is a repository on a computer network where people can post messages, usually about a single subject while newsbot is (computing) any of various pieces of software designed to harvest articles from newsgroups, or from news websites.

Newsgroup vs Froup - What's the difference?

newsgroup | froup |


As nouns the difference between newsgroup and froup

is that newsgroup is a repository on a computer network where people can post messages, usually about a single subject while froup is a newsgroup.

Newsgroup vs Flamebait - What's the difference?

newsgroup | flamebait |


As nouns the difference between newsgroup and flamebait

is that newsgroup is a repository on a computer network where people can post messages, usually about a single subject while flamebait is (internet slang) content in an online forum, such as a newsgroup, with the intent of provoking anger, resulting in flames and sometimes flamewars.

Newsgroup vs Crosspost - What's the difference?

newsgroup | crosspost |


As nouns the difference between newsgroup and crosspost

is that newsgroup is a repository on a computer network where people can post messages, usually about a single subject while crosspost is (computing) an electronic message posted to multiple newsgroups simultaneously.

As a verb crosspost is

(computing|transitive) to post (a message) to multiple newsgroups simultaneously.

Newsgroup vs Ng - What's the difference?

newsgroup | ng |

Newsgroup is an abbreviation of ng.


As a noun newsgroup

is a repository on a computer network where people can post messages, usually about a single subject.

As an abbreviation ng is

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Newsgroup vs Newsreader - What's the difference?

newsgroup | newsreader |


As nouns the difference between newsgroup and newsreader

is that newsgroup is a repository on a computer network where people can post messages, usually about a single subject while newsreader is an anchorman in a news program, a news anchor, newscaster.

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