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Ok you guys with flame throwers at the ready...I realized it was a joke
but wanted to provide the info for anyone who might be interested. I've
cursed at lynx myself more than once, but it's nice to be able to use the
web at home when you don't have the wonders of Mosaic available. At the
moment, all the projects I'm doing for Mosaic, I also put into gopher as
html files so that when people access them, they automatically get lynx.
Check out URL http://www.udel.edu
On Tue, 27 Sep 1994, Richard Mateosian wrote:
> >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?
> That's OK, Jack. Some of us got that it was a joke.
> Irony is very hard to detect in this medium. ...RM
> Richard Mateosian Technical Writer in Berkeley CA srm -at- c2 -dot- org