Anonymous Employee writes: "I was asked for a feasibility analysis to provide high-quality searching in a large Usenet archive (all expect binary/porn groups and several years worth of archives). This is similar to what Dejanews wanted to provide before they re-branded to Deja last year. Do you think there is a need for this or is high-quality Web searching + Usenet browsing meeting your everyday needs in terms of information retrieval? If not, do the existing Usenet search interfaces suffice (Deja, one year worth of archives, not-so-good search interface - Remarq, three months worth of archives, okay search interface)? ...and also, is real-time indexing (i.e., you can search for an article 'very soon' after it has been posted) important?" In light of Deja's recent faux pas, I think this question is rather timely, and I have to admit, I wouldn't mind the ability to search Usenet posts older than one year.