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Data Mining Application which HTTP request method?

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I'm designing an application similar to a dataminer. I need to be able to request information on 250 different threads at the same time. The Axwebbrowser is out of the question. Is there a new http class for vb.net or is there another method? I'm looking to keep the ram/cpu usuage to a minimum while being able to pass parameters/cookeis between pages.
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Maybe the Mozilla ActiveX would be useful:

http://www.iol.ie/~locka/mozilla/control.htm
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