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Subject:Re: Recommended web site programs From:Peter Neilson <neilson -at- windstream -dot- net> To:Ken Poshedly <poshedly -at- bellsouth -dot- net> Date:Mon, 26 Oct 2009 17:46:19 -0400
Ken Poshedly pounded alarmingly on the wall as he asked:
> ...advice as to what today's so-called benchmark web site program
Well, it's not Kompozer, but that's what I use. That, and my favorite
text editor, emacs.
I can't see how I would ever use Dreamweaver unless I were hired to use
it, which would require (of course) that I already had used it in a
From a friend's philosophy class at Cal Tech, 3.5 eons ago:
Professor asks class, "What is physics?" the class flounders. He says,
"It's what physicists do." My friend the ever-bright student asks, "How
do physicists know what to do?" "From other physicists," says the prof.
"Then how did the first physicist know what to do?" "There was no first
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