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I've seen quite a few people with "Member of *****" in their sigs, and I'm curious as to what these groups actually are. They don't appear to be actual usergroups ... but then I'm used to using the phpBB forum system, I haven't quite figured out VBullitin yet. http://www.uk-learning.net/showgroups.php seems to give me a list of Moderators and Subscribers rather than groups as the name suggests. And http://www.uk-learning.net/usergroups.php gives me a 404. Anyway, I digress.

Someone please tell me how I can join these groups, and do they actually do anything interesting?
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I've seen quite a few people with "Member of *****" in their sigs, and I'm curious as to what these groups actually are. They don't appear to be actual usergroups ... but then I'm used to using the phpBB forum system, I haven't quite figured out VBullitin yet. http://www.uk-learning.net/showgroups.php seems to give me a list of Moderators and Subscribers rather than groups as the name suggests. And http://www.uk-learning.net/usergroups.php gives me a 404. Anyway, I digress.

Someone please tell me how I can join these groups, and do they actually do anything interesting?

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