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Hi Guest,
i am a programmer and i have created a forum , where all can
post your questions and discuss on various technical problems . More
over you can learn a lot . The site link is http://forum.iteamhub.com/

The topics i am going to deal with are :
1. Php programming (A language through which you can build great
websites).
2. Mysql database ( A popular database).
3. HTML programming.
4. Creating and hosting websites.
5. Google updates and new google technologies.
6. Job vacancies in and around chennai (Location will be expanded in
future).

You can also refer your friends.
So register soon and get your problems cleared as quick as possible.
http://forum.iteamhub.com/

Thank you ,
B.SURESH
iTeam Web Solutions
Feb 19 '08 #1
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iteamhub (a Google groper, I might add) wrote:
Hi Guest,
i am a programmer and i have created a forum , where all can
post your questions and discuss on various technical problems . More
over you can learn a lot . The site link is http://forum.spamhub.com/
Why, when there are so many free newsgroups already out there?
The topics i am going to deal with are :
1. Php programming (A language through which you can build great
websites).
Already on Usenet:
comp.lang.php
alt.php
2. Mysql database ( A popular database).
comp.databases.mysql
3. HTML programming.
To mention the ones just involving HTML:
alt.html
alt.html.critique
alt.html.dhtml
alt.html.dynamic
alt.html.editors.toppage
alt.html.editors.webedit
alt.html.server-side
alt.html.tags
alt.html.web-accessibility
alt.html.webedit
alt.html.writers
comp.infosystems.www.authoring.html
4. Creating and hosting websites.
alt.freewebhosting
alt.paidwebhosting
alt.webhosting
alt.websites
alt.www.webmaster
5. Google updates and new google technologies.
alt.internet.search-engines
comp.internet.services.google

The first of these involve not only Google, but other search engines as
well.
6. Job vacancies in and around chennai (Location will be expanded in
future).
Why limited to Chennai? (Which I found out is the 4th largest city in
India.)

You already have the [state].jobs* newsgroups for the US. You have
resume offices and unemployment agencies in your local country,
including the big job websites, such as Monster.com, Yahoo! HotJobs,
CareerBuilder.com, Jobs.com, Dice.com (for technology related jobs),
etc.
You can also refer your friends.
So register soon and get your problems cleared as quick as possible.
Why register, when you can post to Usenet for free? A Usenet client and
access to a newsgroup server is all you need.


(Idiot spammer.)

--
Kim André Akerĝ
- ki******@NOSPAMbetadome.com
(remove NOSPAM to contact me directly)
Feb 19 '08 #2

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..oO(iteamhub)
i am a programmer and i have created a forum
Far too many people create their own forums or blogs. And guess what?
Most of them are not read by anyone or completely dead right from the
beginning. Why not use the forums that already exist (there are more
than enough!) or simply Usenet, where you can find at least half a dozen
newsgroups to almost every topic you can think of?

And even more important - in these newsgroups you can get real answers,
while in most web forums you're just talking with yourself.

You should drop it. IMHO it's a waste of time and doesn't help anybody.

YMMV.

Micha
Feb 19 '08 #3

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"Kim André Akerĝ" <ki******@NOSPAMbetadome.comwrote in message
news:61*************@mid.individual.net...
iteamhub (a Google groper, I might add) wrote:
>Hi Guest,
i am a programmer and i have created a forum , where all can
post your questions and discuss on various technical problems . More
over you can learn a lot . The site link is http://forum.spamhub.com/

Why, when there are so many free newsgroups already out there?
>The topics i am going to deal with are :
1. Php programming (A language through which you can build great
websites).

Already on Usenet:
comp.lang.php
alt.php
>2. Mysql database ( A popular database).

comp.databases.mysql
>3. HTML programming.

To mention the ones just involving HTML:
alt.html
alt.html.critique
alt.html.dhtml
alt.html.dynamic
alt.html.editors.toppage
alt.html.editors.webedit
alt.html.server-side
alt.html.tags
alt.html.web-accessibility
alt.html.webedit
alt.html.writers
comp.infosystems.www.authoring.html
>4. Creating and hosting websites.

alt.freewebhosting
alt.paidwebhosting
alt.webhosting
alt.websites
alt.www.webmaster
>5. Google updates and new google technologies.

alt.internet.search-engines
comp.internet.services.google

The first of these involve not only Google, but other search engines as
well.
>6. Job vacancies in and around chennai (Location will be expanded in
future).

Why limited to Chennai? (Which I found out is the 4th largest city in
India.)

You already have the [state].jobs* newsgroups for the US. You have
resume offices and unemployment agencies in your local country,
including the big job websites, such as Monster.com, Yahoo! HotJobs,
CareerBuilder.com, Jobs.com, Dice.com (for technology related jobs),
etc.
>You can also refer your friends.
So register soon and get your problems cleared as quick as possible.

Why register, when you can post to Usenet for free? A Usenet client and
access to a newsgroup server is all you need.


(Idiot spammer.)
[snip]

You are right. All topics have been covered. There is no room for innovation
or alternatives. I think I will eat my own navel.
Feb 19 '08 #4

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Kim André Akerĝ wrote:
iteamhub (a Google groper, I might add) wrote:
>Hi Guest,
i am a programmer and i have created a forum , where all can
post your questions and discuss on various technical problems . More
over you can learn a lot . The site link is http://forum.spamhub.com/

Why, when there are so many free newsgroups already out there?
>The topics i am going to deal with are :
1. Php programming (A language through which you can build great
websites).

Already on Usenet:
comp.lang.php
alt.php
>2. Mysql database ( A popular database).

comp.databases.mysql
>3. HTML programming.

To mention the ones just involving HTML:
alt.html
alt.html.critique
alt.html.dhtml
alt.html.dynamic
alt.html.editors.toppage
alt.html.editors.webedit
alt.html.server-side
alt.html.tags
alt.html.web-accessibility
alt.html.webedit
alt.html.writers
comp.infosystems.www.authoring.html
>4. Creating and hosting websites.

alt.freewebhosting
alt.paidwebhosting
alt.webhosting
alt.websites
alt.www.webmaster
>5. Google updates and new google technologies.

alt.internet.search-engines
comp.internet.services.google

The first of these involve not only Google, but other search engines as
well.
>6. Job vacancies in and around chennai (Location will be expanded in
future).

Why limited to Chennai? (Which I found out is the 4th largest city in
India.)

You already have the [state].jobs* newsgroups for the US. You have
resume offices and unemployment agencies in your local country,
including the big job websites, such as Monster.com, Yahoo! HotJobs,
CareerBuilder.com, Jobs.com, Dice.com (for technology related jobs),
etc.
>You can also refer your friends.
So register soon and get your problems cleared as quick as possible.

Why register, when you can post to Usenet for free? A Usenet client and
access to a newsgroup server is all you need.


(Idiot spammer.)
Kim,

You've got to understand his thinking. He's got a unique idea - no one
has EVER thought of this before! So he'll have millions of visitors and
make a fortune from his ads.

--
==================
Remove the "x" from my email address
Jerry Stuckle
JDS Computer Training Corp.
js*******@attglobal.net
==================

Feb 19 '08 #5

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asdf wrote:
"Kim André Akerĝ" <ki******@NOSPAMbetadome.comwrote in message
news:61*************@mid.individual.net...
>iteamhub (a Google groper, I might add) wrote:
>>Hi Guest,
i am a programmer and i have created a forum , where all can
post your questions and discuss on various technical problems . More
over you can learn a lot . The site link is http://forum.spamhub.com/
Why, when there are so many free newsgroups already out there?
>>The topics i am going to deal with are :
1. Php programming (A language through which you can build great
websites).
Already on Usenet:
comp.lang.php
alt.php
>>2. Mysql database ( A popular database).
comp.databases.mysql
>>3. HTML programming.
To mention the ones just involving HTML:
alt.html
alt.html.critique
alt.html.dhtml
alt.html.dynamic
alt.html.editors.toppage
alt.html.editors.webedit
alt.html.server-side
alt.html.tags
alt.html.web-accessibility
alt.html.webedit
alt.html.writers
comp.infosystems.www.authoring.html
>>4. Creating and hosting websites.
alt.freewebhosting
alt.paidwebhosting
alt.webhosting
alt.websites
alt.www.webmaster
>>5. Google updates and new google technologies.
alt.internet.search-engines
comp.internet.services.google

The first of these involve not only Google, but other search engines as
well.
>>6. Job vacancies in and around chennai (Location will be expanded in
future).
Why limited to Chennai? (Which I found out is the 4th largest city in
India.)

You already have the [state].jobs* newsgroups for the US. You have
resume offices and unemployment agencies in your local country,
including the big job websites, such as Monster.com, Yahoo! HotJobs,
CareerBuilder.com, Jobs.com, Dice.com (for technology related jobs),
etc.
>>You can also refer your friends.
So register soon and get your problems cleared as quick as possible.
Why register, when you can post to Usenet for free? A Usenet client and
access to a newsgroup server is all you need.


(Idiot spammer.)
[snip]

You are right. All topics have been covered. There is no room for innovation
or alternatives. I think I will eat my own navel.
What innovation? And what's different about his "alternatives" than
what has failed thousands of times in the past?

--
==================
Remove the "x" from my email address
Jerry Stuckle
JDS Computer Training Corp.
js*******@attglobal.net
==================

Feb 19 '08 #6

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"Jerry Stuckle" <js*******@attglobal.netwrote in message
news:V8******************************@comcast.com. ..
asdf wrote:
>"Kim André Akerĝ" <ki******@NOSPAMbetadome.comwrote in message
news:61*************@mid.individual.net...
>>iteamhub (a Google groper, I might add) wrote:

Hi Guest,
i am a programmer and i have created a forum , where all can
post your questions and discuss on various technical problems . More
over you can learn a lot . The site link is http://forum.spamhub.com/
Why, when there are so many free newsgroups already out there?

The topics i am going to deal with are :
1. Php programming (A language through which you can build great
websites).
Already on Usenet:
comp.lang.php
alt.php

2. Mysql database ( A popular database).
comp.databases.mysql

3. HTML programming.
To mention the ones just involving HTML:
alt.html
alt.html.critique
alt.html.dhtml
alt.html.dynamic
alt.html.editors.toppage
alt.html.editors.webedit
alt.html.server-side
alt.html.tags
alt.html.web-accessibility
alt.html.webedit
alt.html.writers
comp.infosystems.www.authoring.html

4. Creating and hosting websites.
alt.freewebhosting
alt.paidwebhosting
alt.webhosting
alt.websites
alt.www.webmaster

5. Google updates and new google technologies.
alt.internet.search-engines
comp.internet.services.google

The first of these involve not only Google, but other search engines as
well.

6. Job vacancies in and around chennai (Location will be expanded in
future).
Why limited to Chennai? (Which I found out is the 4th largest city in
India.)

You already have the [state].jobs* newsgroups for the US. You have
resume offices and unemployment agencies in your local country,
including the big job websites, such as Monster.com, Yahoo! HotJobs,
CareerBuilder.com, Jobs.com, Dice.com (for technology related jobs),
etc.

You can also refer your friends.
So register soon and get your problems cleared as quick as possible.
Why register, when you can post to Usenet for free? A Usenet client and
access to a newsgroup server is all you need.


(Idiot spammer.)
[snip]

You are right. All topics have been covered. There is no room for
innovation or alternatives. I think I will eat my own navel.

What innovation? And what's different about his "alternatives" than what
has failed thousands of times in the past?
Nothing, but don't spoil his illusion. At least he's having a go, which is
more than can be said for most.
Feb 19 '08 #7

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asdf wrote:
>
"Kim André Akerĝ" <ki******@NOSPAMbetadome.comwrote in message
news:61*************@mid.individual.net...
[snip]

You are right. All topics have been covered. There is no room for
innovation or alternatives. I think I will eat my own navel.
As Jerry said, what innovation? All the OP did was re-invent the wheel,
not a whole different method of transportation.

And there already are thousands of alternatives out there, most of
which have only a few registered users and/or regular readers/posters.

--
Kim André Akerĝ
- ki******@NOSPAMbetadome.com
(remove NOSPAM to contact me directly)
Feb 19 '08 #8

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Gary L. Burnore wrote:
On Mon, 18 Feb 2008 23:02:20 -0800 (PST), iteamhub
<it******@gmail.comwrote:
>Hi Guest,
i am a programmer and i have created a forum

... and then you came here and advertised it? Very lame, indeed.
And to top it off, the page won't load for me.
Feb 19 '08 #9

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