San Francisco, Ca (PRWEB) May 07, 2014
Online review magazine UsenetReviewz.com recently launched a Dutch version of their website in response to a growing Usenet community speaking the language around the globe.
Usenet (short for “user network”) is a public access network that provides news, discussions and e-mails for specific groups (called “newsgroups”), often maintained by volunteers, and is relied upon by certain subscribers to remain updated. In this case, the new website http://www.nl.usenetreviewz.com offers reviews of Usenet providers customized to cater to the Dutch speaking public.
“Our new language-specific UsenetReviewz website features the same reliable and current information on newsgroup providers on the worldwide web,” announced Marion Marshall, founder of UsenetReviewz.com. “In it, people will find the list of active Dutch search index websites to subscribe to, the latest and emerging trends in newsgroups, and updates on technology affecting news transfer protocol servers—all in a language they understand.”
Marion was referring to latest developments in the list of active Usenet search index websites following the shutting down of several sites due to a variety of causes—such as systematic clampdown on Usenet providers, costumer migration and lack of financial capital.
“It’s hard enough to remain updated with developments on newsgroups,” said Marion, “having to search through it in a different language makes it doubly hard for our Dutch audience.”
“Now, it will be easier for UsenetReviewz’ Dutch-speaking followers to stay current with developments,” said Marion.