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Uh, Jack. I don't see anything in the description below that says Lynx
is bad. If you're talking about "curses-oriented," "curses" refers to a
library of routines that control what the cursor is doing on the page.
Maybe I'm missing something in the description?
University of Delaware
On Tue, 27 Sep 1994, Jack Shaw wrote:
> In the KUFacts WWW info. from Kansas University, a short
> biog. of one of the co-creators of "Lynx" (a poor person's
> MOSAIC--no graphics, just text) reads as follows:
> Lou Montulli
> As a member of the Distributed Computing Group of the
> User Services Section of Academic Computing Services at
> the U. of K., Lou co-designed and implemented Lynx, a
> curses-oriented World-Wide Web client.
> Not true. Lynx isn't really all that bad...epithet-inducing at
> times, true...