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From: Craig Carey <[log in to unmask]>
Date: Thu, 6 Jan 2000 06:17:50 +1300
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At 06:41 08.12.99 , Tucker Taft wrote:
> is getting pretty confusing, now that they are trying
>to be all things to all shoppers.  You might find the following
>site easier to use:
>They have a free web interface that is very straightforward.
>You can also pay to get direct nntp access.  They also
>provide an e-mail service (as does

Accessing Comp.lang.ada in a webbrowser:

DejaNews can display messages in a threaded style.
It also can show no advertising (the "/=dnc/" in URL option).
 Two front ends that will return results in the old "Classic"
 DejaNew style, are these:    (my Snooz Metasearch)

These are some alternatives to DejaNews that display Usenet
 messages. They won't thread results:




There appears to be a 'comp.lang.ada to e-mail' gateway here:

It hasn't been distributing comp.lang.ada messages to me this

A webpage listing Ada 95 mailing lists. There are over 14
 somewhat active mailing lists on Ada 95:

Craig Carey
GMT 5 Jan 2000, Auckland